Universities hit back at China’s ‘unjustified’ warning to students that Australia is unsafe
Group of Eight chief executive, Vicki Thomson, labels China’s statements as ‘disappointing’ and ‘demonstrably untrue’
Senior government ministers have rejected China’s suggestion international students are unsafe in Australia, as the university sector complains it has been targeted by “unjustified” criticism.
The Group of Eight universities chief executive, Vicki Thomson, labelled the warning about Australia “disappointing” and “demonstrably untrue” – while multicultural affairs minister, Alan Tudge, has suggested the ethnicity of participants on hit reality TV show Masterchef proves Australia is a harmonious society.
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