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Remembering Tiananmen – 30 Years on

In the spring of 1989, more than one million Chinese students and residents occupied Beijing's Tiananmen Square and began the largest political protest in communist China's history. The student-led demonstrations called for democracy, free speech, and a free press. Six weeks of protests ended with the Tiananmen Square massacre. The protests were eventually halted by the Chinese government.   An amazing resource for teaching about the Tiananmen Square protests and massacre with lots of activities.

Lowy Institute Asia Power Rankings 2019

Towards a powerful Asia Three out of the four largest economies in the world are located in Asia. It is predicted by 2050 the Asian population will grow to more than five billion, Asia will produce half of global GDP, China will become the largest, and India the second-largest economies in terms of Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Already in 2019, the economic transformation of Asia is reshaping the global distribution of power, and is changing the way the world trades and engages with the region. As Asia grows in global prominence, understanding regional power dynamics is critical. Refer to the 2019 Lowy Institute Asia Power Index and draw your own conclusions about the shifting power dynamics in Asia. A great resource including activities to support teaching Geopolitics

AETA economics Huawei

Huawei has evolved from an indigenously-owned one-room business (manufacturing fixed-line switches) to one of the fastest-growing, innovative multinational technology companies, globally. Today, with integrated solutions across four key domains – telecom networks, information and communications technology (ICT), smart devices, and cloud services, Huawei is committed to bringing digital to every person and organisation for a fully connected, intelligent world.