Today Media Group reports of alleged prostitution within Chinese karaoke bars. They were tipped off by a concerned citizen living in the Southeastern suburbs of Brisbane.
Before you read this article, you should note that the writer exhibits extreme factors of racial inferiority and white worshipping and does not represent the mindset of all Chinese people. This is the equivalent of Breitbart and Stormfront type posts in the West and the people commenting and writing this stuff do not represent all 1.3 billion people in China. Please do not use racism to fight racism.
A Chinese WeChat Media page recently posted a racially charged article against migrants of African descent.
The Turnbull government plans to slash funding to universities as well as to raise student fees. This news has spread like wildfire throughout the Australian Chinese community resulting in many negative responses.
Sensationalist Wechat social news stories already popped up days before with speculative fee rises.
Respondents originally were skeptical that the Turnbull government would go through with such cuts.
Other replies were far more extreme, with many students considering other overseas education options already.
I asked Chinese international students around me if they think it’ll affect them.
There will likely be more negative press in regards to fee rises within the overseas Chinese social media circle. Sydney Today and Melbourne Today, the two biggest Chinese social media publications are still discussing foreign investment choices and have yet to comment on this matter.