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Chek Ling

About Chek Ling

Chek Ling spent his entire career in the oil, water, and electricity sectors, after arriving in Melbourne in 1962 to study electrical engineering. In 1984 Geoffrey Blainey sparked his interest in the place of the Chinese in Australia. That interest continues, alongside his thoughts on how to strengthen our polity.

What is to be done with the Chinese in Oz.

“Men, or rather monsters, on horseback, armed with bludgeons and whips, with a fiend-like fury, securing the unfortunate creatures by taking hold of their tails and pulling their heads so that they came with their backs to the horse and … Continue reading

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What is to be done about the Chinese in Oz?

During the last Federal elections, our political leaders went on WeChat, to impress the PRC émigrés. They seemed not to care about the feelings of the huayi Aussies who have mostly come here since 1951.

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What is to be done about the Chinese in Oz. (Part 1 of 3)

The Chinese Question refuses to go away. It’s testing the inheritors of White Australia.

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CHEK LING. The mutating ‘China question’

What a shemozzle! The cash cow has turned into a contagious apparition!

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CHEK LING. Unleashing the White Australia virus

It is such a shame that the PM and our Foreign Minister felt the need to goad China.

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