Chinese-Australians walking through the streets of Sydney's Chinatown Photo: AFP Chinese-Australians walking through the streets of Sydney's Chinatown Photo: AFP
Chinese-Australians walking through the streets of Sydney's Chinatown Photo: AFP

For mainland Chinese migrants in Australia, adapting to new home made worse by coronavirus, racism and isolation

  • A new study shows that mainland Chinese migrants flock together to certain suburbs, such as Box Hill in Melbourne, out of a sense of social solidarity
  • The study warned that overt discrimination against the Chinese community could ‘create a threat to social cohesion’

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Chinese-Australians walking through the streets of Sydney's Chinatown Photo: AFP Chinese-Australians walking through the streets of Sydney's Chinatown Photo: AFP
Chinese-Australians walking through the streets of Sydney's Chinatown Photo: AFP
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