New extradition laws with Beijing are just another step in the erosion of Hong Kong's political and legal autonomy. The effects will be huge for the region.
Beijing was clearly hoping for a Labor win, and has every reason to be distrustful of our new government. Where can we go from here?
As the anniversary of the failed Tibetan uprising comes and goes once again, Australia's response to the continuing fallout is a deafening silence.
China's Communist Party faces two challenges this month: how to recover its ailing economy, and how to deal with a controversial new documentary about Chinese air pollution.
Next August the government will choose a new ambassador to China. But with numerous forces competing for what could be the first political appointment, Abbott might not be the prime minister to send the newbie to Beijing.
Preparations are underway for China's upcoming National Congress. Freelance journalist Kway Teow reports from Beijing on the tight security and media silence surrounding the leadership changeover.
The Ikea store in Beijing is bustling. But not with customer's buying cheap Swedish furniture, but with families enjoying a nap on Ikea mattresses, eating Swedish meatballs and taking their graduation photos.
China and India are two growing super powers, who currently use less than the global average for water. However, as their population boom, so will their need for fresh water. Hence their working relationship regarding the health of the Himalayan glaciers.