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Chinese Australians discriminated against as Canberra-Beijing tensions boil over: Lowy report

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Almost one in five Chinese Australians say they have been physically threatened or attacked in the past year, with most blaming tensions stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic or hostility between Canberra and Beijing.

Around one in three community members also say they have faced verbal abuse or discriminatory treatment.

But almost 70 per cent of Chinese Australians still say they feel accepted by Australian…



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