How Australia’s Mandarin speakers get their news

  • 24th November 2018
How Australia’s Mandarin speakers get their news

The Conversation AU
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[W]hile Mandarin speakers in Australia access a variety of online outlets, newer Chinese-language news websites are a primary source of information – particularly when accessed via WeChat, the Chinese social media app.
These data can help inform debates about whether and how Chinese government influence may operate in Australia via the media.
They could also be useful to those who want to encourage greater civic participation within our Mandarin-speaking migrant communities. This would help the Australian government better achieve its goal of public diplomacy [JB emphasis] via digital channels. …

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