Chinese students in Australia face surveillance, intimidation for views: rights group

Chinese students living in Australia have faced surveillance and intimidation by Beijing for advocating for democracy, with universities failing to uphold their academic freedom, Human Rights Watch said in a report released on Wednesday.An “atmosphere of fear” has grown on Australian university campuses in recent years, with pro-democracy Hongkongers and mainland students self-censoring to avoid harassment and being reported to Chinese authorities by their pro-Beijing classmates, the non-profit…

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