The national flags of Australia and China fly before a portrait of Mao Zedong facing Tiananmen Square, during a visit to Beijing by the Australian prime minister in April 2011. Photo: AFP The national flags of Australia and China fly before a portrait of Mao Zedong facing Tiananmen Square, during a visit to Beijing by the Australian prime minister in April 2011. Photo: AFP
The national flags of Australia and China fly before a portrait of Mao Zedong facing Tiananmen Square, during a visit to Beijing by the Australian prime minister in April 2011. Photo: AFP

China-Australia relations

Letters | Why anti-China talk from Australia is winning the narrative: blame it on English

Topic |   China-Australia relations
The national flags of Australia and China fly before a portrait of Mao Zedong facing Tiananmen Square, during a visit to Beijing by the Australian prime minister in April 2011. Photo: AFP The national flags of Australia and China fly before a portrait of Mao Zedong facing Tiananmen Square, during a visit to Beijing by the Australian prime minister in April 2011. Photo: AFP
The national flags of Australia and China fly before a portrait of Mao Zedong facing Tiananmen Square, during a visit to Beijing by the Australian prime minister in April 2011. Photo: AFP
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