Michael J Davis PhD is a life member of the NSW Teachers Federation and former executive member. He majored in Zoology and Genetics at Sydney University as well as earning a Masters of Asian Studies and PhD at Griffith University with a particular interest in Australian Engagement with China and causes of Australian ambivalence.
When we speak of China we rarely, if ever, stop to consider how (or what) meaning is generated in the minds of the audience. Yet how we speak of China is no less important than the words that we use. Facts are not enough…. Continue reading »
Global warming runs amok thanks to our coal, cities are unsustainable, more roads means more trucks, more anti-China Cold War rhetoric, and all undoing the many positive features of Australia and its diverse population…. Continue reading »