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Peng Shuai activist Max Mok says he is “extremely” uncomfortable with the level of Chinese sponsorship at the Australian Open. Organisers have been slammed after a video emerged of security and police requesting a fan at Melbourne Park remove her shirt which highlighted the Chinese tennis player’s plight. Mr Mok told Sky News Australia the activists were not approached by security until after the match. “The possibility that I seem to think is likely is that it’s been flagged, the Peng Shuai situation, talking against China in general,” he said. “It’s been flagged by the Australian Open and Tennis Australia
Australians are increasingly alarmed over the rise of China according to a new YouGov survey. The survey found 70 per cent of Australians think the nation should be more cautious in its dealings with the superpower. Only 12 per cent of those surveyed think Australia should have closer ties with China and 8 per cent think the current relationship is about right. The survey also found 34 per cent think Australia should be more cautious in its relationship with the United States and more than half expressed concern over Australia’s relationship with Russia.