Yuan Jiang

Yuan Jiang

Yuan Jiang is a Chinese PhD student at the Queensland University of Technology. He is affiliated with the QUT Digital Media Research Centre. He completed his master’s degree in political science at Moscow State Institute of International Relations and bachelor’s degree in law at Shanghai University. He has served as an account manager at ZTE Corporation in Moscow. He also speaks Mandarin and Russian.

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Opinion | Western democracy and the Chinese model have one thing in common: both are flawed

Hong Kong’s protest movement is only the latest battleground where the contest of ideologies is being played out. Supporters on either side should not only recognise the strengths of their opponents’ system, but also admit the weaknesses of their own.

9 Dec 2019 - 12:00PM

Hong Kong’s protest movement is only the latest battleground where the contest of ideologies is being played out. Supporters on either side should not only recognise the strengths of their opponents’ system, but also admit the weaknesses of their own.

Western democracy and the Chinese model have one thing in common: both are flawed
Opinion | What China has in common with Australia, Taiwan and the US: local and national priorities don’t always align

The Victorian state government recently took flak for its belt and road deal, which is at odds with Canberra’s position. But local leaders – in countries taking Chinese money, and in China itself – often prioritise provincial economic needs.

26 Nov 2019 - 11:22AM

The Victorian state government recently took flak for its belt and road deal, which is at odds with Canberra’s position. But local leaders – in countries taking Chinese money, and in China itself – often prioritise provincial economic needs.

What China has in common with Australia, Taiwan and the US: local and national priorities don’t always align