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Injunctions Against “Homosexuality” in the Chinese Bible

It is well-known that when Chinese people converted to Protestant Christianity in the nineteenth century they were instructed to abandon certain practices that were regarded by their new faiths as sinful. Notable amongst these were the veneration of their ancestors and the taking of multiple wives or concubines.

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Injunctions Against “Homosexuality” in the Chinese Bible

It is well-known that when Chinese people converted to Protestant Christianity in the nineteenth century they were instructed to abandon certain practices that were regarded by their new faiths as

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Watch Dog or Guard Dog? Australian media and the China Threat

What is the role of Australian media, especially news media, in shaping a sense of who we are as a nation, amidst talk of a Cold War with China?

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Book Talk—China’s Civilian Army: The Making of Wolf Warrior Diplomacy

Peter Martin, Defense Policy and Intelligence Reporter at Bloomberg, will be in conversation with Yun Jiang on Peter’s new book China's Civilian Army: The Maki

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Chinese Asianism: Discussions on China-Centred International Regionalism in the 1920s

With the rise of China and the development of ambitious international projects, such as the Belt and Road Initiative and the Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank, discussions of China-centred...

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The Great Reconciler and the End of Chinese History

Become an instant expert on the new historical resolution issued by China's Communist Party for all your cocktail season smalltalk needs.

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The CCP Goes Outback? The Century of Humiliation in Australia

China’s Communist Party’s rewriting of history doesn’t stop at their own borders, but has even reached as far as Wandiligong, a town of 453 people four hours north of Melbourne.

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