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Journalism Positions
2019 – presentAustralian Democrats – Brisbane, Queensland

 

Journalist

Writing media releases for revived political party

2017-presentIndependent Australia – Gold Coast, Queensland

 

New Matilda – Sydney, NSW

Journalist

Writing opinion articles about Australian and Chinese politics

Highlight: Brisbane City Council attack on Adele concert was not its greatest hit Highlight: Julie Bishop has not changed Australia’s position on the South China Sea

2012 – presentChina News – Brisbane, Queensland

 

Editor and Journalist

Political and trade articles about China, editing contributions, marketing

Highlight: World exclusive about China’s plans to invade a Philippines island, which led to intervention by Philippines government and US military, and China abandoning those plans. Highlight: Cited by BBC, New York Times, Fox News, Al Jazeera, South China Morning Post, Philippines Star, Wikipedia and others

2011eChinacities – Beijing, China

 

Journalist

Reviews of tourist destinations and restaurants in Chengdu, China, moderator on expat forum

Highlight: Chengdu’s Tibetan Quarter as part of a regular tourism feature

2010China Trade Mag – Shanghai, China

 

Editor and Journalist

Political and trade articles about China

Highlight: China quantity bubble as speculators leave 65 million apartments empty

2008-2009Craig Hill Training Services – Goulburn NSW

 

Editor and Journalist

Managing 20 online news and feature sites including sports, entertainment, travel, law and history

Highlight: Murri courts expanding in Australia

2006-2007Senator Andrew Bartlett – Brisbane, Queensland

 

Researcher and Writer, Blog Writer

Researching material for policy speeches, maintaining the senator’s personal blog Highlight: Contributed to parliamentary speech on homelessness

2006Big Issue Magazine – Brisbane, Queensland

 

Journalist and fiction writer

Fictions stories, news stories, feature stories, profiles, reviews, media releases

Highlight: Regular double page fiction feature

2003Life Express – Shanghai, China

 

Feature Writer

Writing articles about Australia for That’s Beijing, That’s Shanghai and That’s Guangzhou English language magazines

1998Goulburn Post – Goulburn, NSW

 

Journalist

Media releases on Aboriginal Reconciliation

Highlight: Regular feature on Aboriginal Reconciliation in local community

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