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Anti-Chinese sentiment

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Chinese intel report: Global anti-China sentiment hits highest level since 1989

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Coronavirus: Anti-Chinese sentiment on the rise in Australia

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Reports of anti-Chinese sentiment rising due to virus spread

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How the coronavirus outbreak fuels anti-Chinese sentiments

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A warning about anti-Chinese sentiment in Australia | RN Breakfast

Sinophobia is a sentiment against China, Chinese people or Chinese culture. It often targets Chinese minorities living outside of China and involves immigration, development of national identity in neighbouring countries, disparity of wealth, the past central tributary system, majority-minority relations, imperial legacies, and racism. Its opposite is Sinophilia.
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