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Wanning Sun

Wanning Sun

Professor of Media and Cultural Studies, University of Technology Sydney
Wanning Sun FAHA is best known for her research in a number of areas, including Chinese media and cultural studies; rural to urban migration and social change in contemporary China; soft power, public diplomacy and diasporic Chinese media. Wanning is the author of three single-authored monographs Leaving China: Media, Migration, and Transnational Imagination (2002), Maid in China: Media, Morality and the Cultural Politics of Boundaries (2009), and Subaltern China: Rural Migrants, Media, and Cultural Practices (2014). She is also the author of a major report Chinese-Language Media in Australia: Developments, Challenges and Opportunities (2016). Wanning is the editor of a few research volumes and anthologies, including Media and the Chinese Diaspora (2006) and Media and Communication in the Chinese Diaspora ( 2016).

Chinese propaganda goes tech-savvy to reach a new generation

Aug 12, 2019 06:13 am UTC| Insights & Views Technology Politics

Earlier this year, a new app was launched in China to put the patriotism of Chinese citizens to the test. Named Study Xi to Strengthen the Nation, the app quizzes users on all things related to President Xi Jinping his...

Chinese social media platform WeChat could be a key battleground in the federal election

Mar 27, 2019 23:52 pm UTC| Insights & Views Politics

NSW Labor leader Michael Daleys young Asians with PhDs taking our jobs blunder cost him dearly in the recent NSW state election. His defeat also offered a taste of the crucial role the Chinese social networking platform...

How Australia’s Mandarin speakers get their news

Nov 26, 2018 16:54 pm UTC| Insights & Views Life

The question of how much influence the Chinese government wields on the Mandarin-speaking community in Australia has been of increasing interest in recent months. But until now, there has been little data about how the...

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Economy

U.S. Treasuries suffer ahead of October retail sales, host of 2-tier economic data

The U.S. Treasuries suffered during Fridays afternoon session ahead of the countrys retail sales for the month of October, scheduled to be released today by 13:30GMT. In addition, a host of 2-tier economic data are also...

UK gilts fall as investors remain side-lined amid muted trading session

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German bunds narrowly mixed after Eurozone October CPI meets estimates, unchanged from prior

The German bunds remained mixed during European session of the last trading session of the week Friday after the eurozones consumer price inflation (CPI) for the month of October remained unchanged from that in September,...

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Politics

What happens to the East Wing if Donald Trump and Melania Trump get divorced

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Donald Trump reportedly implies Melania Trump would not cry if he got shot

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What a minority government could mean for affordable housing in Canada

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Will Canada finally get pharmacare?

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Government to announce more home care packages for aged before Christmas

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Science

Nearly all your devices run on lithium batteries. Here's a Nobel Prizewinner on his part in their invention – and their future

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Predicting research results can mean better science and better advice

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Asteroid impact that could end humanity is happening, space nation leader claims

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Technology

iOS 14 is anticipated with new screen modes, 5G support

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AirPods Pro: Is it time for a costly AirPods upgrade?

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iPhone SE 2 release date set in the first half of 2020 with new iPad Pro

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Tesla unveils electric pickup ‘Cybertruck’ on November 21

Tesla will close 2019 with one more major announcement. Its highly anticipated all-electric pickup, now commonly dubbed as Cybertruck, is confirmed to be unveiled on Thursday, Nov. 21. Talks about the Tesla Cybertruck...
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