Monthly Archives: May 2019

May 07

Australia and China – the Relationship

By Gerry Brady | Blog

The links between Australia and China started in the early 1850s when many Chinese immigrants came to Australia as indentured labourers working as shepherds, rural labourers, cooks and gardeners. In 1853, the first boatload of Chinese miners arrived in Victoria. Between 1854 and 1855, about 31,000 Chinese people arrived on the Australian goldfields. So Chinese […]

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May 02

Inconvenient Truth – Rare Earths Roadblock

By Gerry Brady | Blog

The industrialized society we live in induces magical thinking. For example, many children (and many adults) have no idea where food comes from. In a rather brilliant article published way back in 2014 in the Sydney Morning Herald —  “In 2010, as part of his Food Revolution, Jamie Oliver stood in front of a classroom […]

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