Australia It's been a 'difficult last 12 months' for Chinese Australians
Australians still banned from going overseas despite Covid vaccine
Senior cabinet ministers have hinted Australians will be banned from travelling overseas for a holiday, even as the rollout of the Covid vaccine reduced case numbers and health risks.Hubs have now been set up in every state and territory to administer the Pfizer vaccine, with health and border force workers and aged care residents among the first to get the jab on Monday.
New research has found almost one in five Chinese Australians say they've been physically threatened or attacked in the past year.
A report by the Lowy Institute found most had blamed tensions stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic or hostility between Canberra and Beijing.
Lowy Institute Research Fellow Dr Jennifer Hsu spoke to Sky News about the findings.
"It's been a difficult past 12 months for Chinese Australians," she said.
"We also found the survey results to be quite optimistic in some areas".
"There's a great sense of belonging to Australia".
"A great majority also feel like they belong ... well they are accepted, in their day-to-day life here in Australia".
"That tells me that part of what is going on in Australian society is that our multiculturalism is working in some parts, but not in all parts," she said.
Liberal Party donor Huifeng 'Haha' Liu 'engaged in acts of foreign interference': ASIO .
As Huifeng "Haha" Liu fights his deportation order, court documents reveal ASIO found the Melbourne-based businessman "deliberately misrepresented" his ties to Chinese government officials.The bombshell findings by the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) are contained in Melbourne-based Chinese businessman Huifeng "Haha" Liu's court application to fight the Federal Government to avoid deportation.