A Black Lives Matter protest in Brisbane, Australia. Photo: EPA A Black Lives Matter protest in Brisbane, Australia. Photo: EPA
A Black Lives Matter protest in Brisbane, Australia. Photo: EPA
Su-Lin Tan
Opinion

Opinion

Asian Angle by Su-Lin Tan

China, Australia and the US are using racism as a political football

  • Beijing’s warning to citizens to reconsider going to Australia is both fair and disingenuous
  • Now more than ever, this critical human rights issue is being used as a political tool to feed the savagery of geopolitics

A Black Lives Matter protest in Brisbane, Australia. Photo: EPA A Black Lives Matter protest in Brisbane, Australia. Photo: EPA
A Black Lives Matter protest in Brisbane, Australia. Photo: EPA
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Su-Lin Tan

Su-Lin Tan

Su-Lin Tan joined the Post in 2020 after the Australian Financial Review where she covered housing and commercial property, Asian business and street talk and investigations. She is a qualified accountant and worked in investment banking and funds management both in London and Sydney before becoming a journalist.