Hari Raj

Hari Raj has worked as a journalist and editor in Melbourne, Beijing, Kuala Lumpur and Hong Kong, where he is a production editor for the Post.
Hari Raj
Hari Raj has worked as a journalist and editor in Melbourne, Beijing, Kuala Lumpur and Hong Kong, where he is a production editor for the Post.

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Indonesia’s Yogyakarta targets Chinese students and tourists in bid to become another Bali

Yogyakarta is a city of contradictions, from its ancient temples and functioning monarchy to its reputation as a centre of learning. With a new airport and marketing push, Indonesia is hoping it will attract more Chinese tourists, despite fears of lingering anti-China sentiment and gentrification.

7 Sep 2019 - 12:30PM

Yogyakarta is a city of contradictions, from its ancient temples and functioning monarchy to its reputation as a centre of learning. With a new airport and marketing push, Indonesia is hoping it will attract more Chinese tourists, despite fears of lingering anti-China sentiment and gentrification.

Indonesia’s Yogyakarta targets Chinese students and tourists in bid to become another Bali
Mahathir’s Malaysia still ‘open for business’ with China despite stalled rail link: top trade official Dr Ong Kian Ming

Upheaval over Beijing-financed projects has not affected bilateral trade, says deputy minister of international trade and industry Dr Ong Kian Ming, who prefers to see economic ties in terms of record-high trade volumes between the two countries.

28 Feb 2019 - 1:00PM

Upheaval over Beijing-financed projects has not affected bilateral trade, says deputy minister of international trade and industry Dr Ong Kian Ming, who prefers to see economic ties in terms of record-high trade volumes between the two countries.

Mahathir’s Malaysia still ‘open for business’ with China despite stalled rail link: top trade official Dr Ong Kian Ming
Asian Angle | The stand Down Under: why debate over Australia Day and Captain Cook divides a nation

Australia’s national day marks the arrival of colonisers who arrived centuries ago – but while January 26 remains a day of great pain to the Indigenous community, conservatives are opposed to change

26 Jan 2019 - 6:24AM

Australia’s national day marks the arrival of colonisers who arrived centuries ago – but while January 26 remains a day of great pain to the Indigenous community, conservatives are opposed to change

The stand Down Under: why debate over Australia Day and Captain Cook divides a nation
Asian Angle | Is Australia really that racist?

Here are some clues: the PM brags about blocking refugees while the senate mulls whether it’s ‘okay to be white’. Still wondering? A penchant for blackface and talk of a ‘final solution’ might give the answer away

23 Oct 2018 - 5:29PM

Here are some clues: the PM brags about blocking refugees while the senate mulls whether it’s ‘okay to be white’. Still wondering? A penchant for blackface and talk of a ‘final solution’ might give the answer away

Is Australia really that racist?