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Chinese newspapers dedicate front pages to exiled billionaire Huang Xiangmo

Three newspapers ran front page letters on Saturday protesting the Morrison government's decision to cancel Mr Huang's permanent residency on security grounds.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Chinese billionaire calls Australia a 'giant baby' over visa cancellation

Huang Xiangmo has detailed the reasons he donated money to Australian political parties, claiming he is "not accustomed to saying no".
SBS - Published

Chinese billionaire speaks out on visa cancellation, calls Australia a 'giant baby'

Huang Xiangmo has detailed the reasons he donated money to Australian political parties, claiming he is "not accustomed to saying no".
SBS - Published

Political donor Huang Xiangmo says Australia is a 'giant baby'

The controversial businessman is venting his frustration at the cancellation of his residency visa, but Beijing appears to have shrugged off Australia's move.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Grotesquely unfair': billionaire donor Huang hits back

Chinese political donor Huang Xiangmo says the millions of dollars he’s given to major political parties was solicited by them.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Billionaire's ban seen as 'pushback against Chinese foreign influence ops'

Australia's decision to ban Chinese businessman Huang Xiangmo is being seen as the start of pushback against Beijing's long-running operations to buy influence overseas, an expert says.
SBS - Published

Australia cancels residency of politically connected Chinese billionaire Huang Xiangmo

Chinese businessman and political donor Huang Xiangmo - who has been living in Sydney - has been denied an Australian passport, according to media reports.
SBS - Published

Chinese political donor denied Oz passport

Chinese businessman and political donor Huang Xiangmo - who has been living in Sydney - has been denied an Australian passport, according to media reports.
SBS - Published

Canberra strands Beijing's man offshore, denies passport

Huang Xiangmo's millions of dollars in donations secured access to Australia's top politicians. Now he's been rejected for citizenship on 'character' grounds.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Abbott's office involved in China donation after ASIO warning

The former Prime Minister encouraged controversial donor Huang Xiangmo to donate to the re-election campaign of at least on Liberal MP.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Company linked to Chinese political donor Huang Xiangmo scoops Circular Quay apartment project

The son of controversial political donor Huang Xiangmo has emerged as the mystery buyer of a billion-dollar Circular Quay apartment project, sold in a firesale by China's biggest property developer,..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Chinese-Australians collateral damage in Dastyari saga

The reputation and role of Chinese-Australians have just become even harder, all thanks to Sam Dastyari and Huang Xiangmo.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age

Brandis asks for Dastyari referral to powerful privileges committee over China donor meeting

Fairfax Media revealed that Senator Dastyari gave counter-surveillance advice to Chinese Communist Party-linked political donor Huang Xiangmo.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age

'Icebreakers': How Beijing seeks to influence the West

Huang Xiangmo is only one of the Chinese businessmen whom ASIO warned against, and influencing political parties is only one of his fields of operation.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age

Bill Shorten visited home of Chinese donor Huang Xiangmo several months after ASIO party warning

The visit was well after a 2015 briefing where party representatives were warned by ASIO of Chinese interference in Australian politics.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age

Sam Dastyari: Surely he broke the spirit of the law

Readers continue to debate Senator Sam Dastyari's actions and his relationship with Chinese political donor Huang Xiangmo.
The Age - Published

Sam Dastyari quits key parliamentary positions after more damaging China revelations

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has ordered Labor senator Sam Dastyari to resign from his parliamentary responsibilities following another day of damaging reports about his dealings with businessman and..
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age

Dastyari warned donor on tap phone-report

Federal Labor MP Sam Dastyari reportedly warned Chinese businessman and political donor Huang Xiangmo during a meeting in Sydney that his phone might be bugged.
SBS - Published

Labor senator Sam Dastyari warned wealthy Chinese donor Huang Xiangmo his phone was bugged

Labor senator Sam Dastyari warned Chinese Communist Party-linked political donor Huang Xiangmo last year that his phone was likely tapped by government agencies, including the US government.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age

Huang Xiangmo, businessman at centre of China influence debate, steps down from group

The Chinese businessman whose large donations to the major parties sparked a national debate about foreign political donations, has stepped down as chairman of the Australian Council for the Promotion..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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