Chinese culture has been a big business in Australia.
With a growing number of overseas Chinese students, the country is also making a lot of money.
AUSTRALIA NEWS, NATIONAL ANALYSIS, NEWS ANALYSTS, PAPERBACK AUSTRIA The story of China’s growing Chinese culture goes back to the 19th century, when Chinese emigrants settled in Australia and built on the local economy.
Today, Chinese nationals make up almost two-thirds of the population, and the Chinese community is home to around 2.5 million Australians.
Chinese culture is the biggest industry in Australia, accounting for more than half of the $18 billion ($12 billion) spent on the Australian economy each year, according to the Chinese Ministry of Culture.
The booming Chinese market also means the Chinese population has grown faster than any other ethnic group in Australia’s history.
In the last decade, the number of Chinese nationals in Australia has more than doubled, to more than 11 million.
Chinese emigrants from China are among the world’s largest migrants, and they have helped Australia become a centre for Chinese culture and tourism.
China’s economic impact The Chinese market has had an effect on Australia’s economy, according of the China Ministry of Commerce and Industry.
For the past five years, the Chinese economy has grown at an annual rate of 10 per cent to more $8 billion.
Australia’s largest export, the fruit and vegetable sector, has been growing at more than 20 per cent, according the Chinese government.
There has been an increase in the number and sophistication of Chinese-language schools, which is good news for the local Chinese community.
AUSTRICANS CHINESE IN AUSTLICIA: AN OVERVIEW In recent years, China’s market has been the biggest beneficiary of the growing number and complexity of Chinese schools in Australia as Chinese people move from China to live in Australia to study.
As a result, Chinese students are a big part of the Chinese-Australian community.
China has also helped the Chinese market grow.
Last year, China was the biggest foreign investor in Australia – with a net investment of $1.4 billion, according Australia’s Bureau of Statistics.
Many of these students come to Australia because of the opportunity they provide for the community.
Chinese students also bring wealth and experience, which they can use to build businesses and jobs.
At the moment, China has over 1 million Chinese students and many of them are living in Australia without visas.
With the rising Chinese population, the Australian government has been working hard to keep them out of Australia, but China is not one country.
“China’s growing presence in Australia is a direct result of the positive impact China’s tourism has had on Australian society and economy, as well as on the wider international community,” Chinese Ambassador to Australia Yang Zhenhua said in a statement.
He said Australia is the most important country in Asia to the people of China.
Yang Zhenhuan said the Chinese emigration was also good news, and a boost to the Australian cultural scene.
We welcome this positive development and look forward to welcoming more Chinese students to our country,” he said.
Meanwhile, a growing Chinese community in Australia seems to be enjoying their newfound freedom to pursue their culture.
But, there are some concerns about the growing Chinese presence in the community and the impact it has on Australia.
Australian Chinese leaders have said that the Chinese students will be protected, but they are still under pressure to maintain their visas and work in the industry. ABC/AAP