Samantha Jonscher walked into a bar (and an art gallery).
Rupert Coy explores the increasing popularity of cricket outside of traditional heartlands.
We can learn from China’s version of The Bachelor, writes Marcus James.
Yangfan Wu thinks that racism is not just confined to the Australian cafes.
Georgia Behrens dug into that sensationalist SMH headline.
The University of Sydney’s United States Studies Centre will close its doors next Friday, never to reopen.
Samantha Jonscher discovers just how divisive bedtimes can be in Chinese universities
“Education Matters” was the proposed name of a speech to be given by the Dalai Lama on the importance of learning to Sydney University students on campus this June. The irony is that in light of recent events, critics are now saying the University administration is more interested in business matters than education matters. A…
The world’s biggest maker of telecommunications equipment is now a privately-owned Chinese company, Huawei (pronounced hwah-way), which reportedly surpassed the earnings of Ericsson and Cisco in the first half of 2012. The innovation and tenacity of China’s first global tech giant has seen it become a market leader over the past decade and bring a communications revolution to Africa. However, over the past year Western countries such as Australia and the US have called into question the company’s true motives, citing security concerns.
In the spiritual laboratory that is modern China, secular pluralism should win out against new Confucianism, writes Professor John Keane.