Yun Jiang is the inaugural AIIA China Matters Fellow.
Australia needs to think beyond China about data security
The discussion on TikTok and Hikvision infiltration in Australian government departments has centred inarticulately and dogmatically on the country of origin. But there are other more realistic and probable security threats lurking in plain sight. Continue reading »
Multicultural Australia? How the mainstream media segregates us
Major media organisations have marginalised ethnic communities — for example, the Chinese community is seen through the prism of “foreign influence”. Continue reading »
Why are the loyalties of Chinese- Australians questioned constantly in the public arena?
In my opening statement to the Senate Committee, I talked about the toxic environment for Chinese-Australians who engage in public policy debates right now. In particular, I mentioned that one of the reasons Chinese-Australians are choosing to remain silent is because they don’t want their loyalties to be questioned constantly in the public arena. Continue reading »
Guilty until proven innocent? (The China Story 15.7.20)
Media reporting and public commentary on China’s foreign interference efforts in Australia have focused heavily on alleged associations and links between Australian organisations or individuals and the Chinese Communist Party’s United Front system. Continue reading »