IVF clinic in Melbourne uses smart TV app to consult Chinese fertility patients

IVF clinic in Melbourne uses smart TV app to consult Chinese fertility patients

Posted March 29, 2018 14:18:03 A new digital subscription service will have Chinese couples glued to their TVs, but it’s not a case of Netflix and chill. Instead, they’ll be using a smart TV app to talk to Australian fertility experts. Melbourne fertility clinic Monash IVF has partnered with the …

Chinese President Xi Jinping: now that he is all powerful, what will he do next?

Chinese President Xi Jinping: now that he is all powerful, what will he do next?

By China correspondent Matthew Carney Updated March 21, 2018 13:54:38 Photo: Chinese President Xi Jinping now has total control over the Party, the state, and the military. (Reuters: Nicolas Asfouri) Related Story: Australia’s strategic concerns over Beijing’s trillion-dollar ‘new Silk Road’ Related Story: China plans new Silk Road to dominate …

Tiangong-1: Chinese space station predicted to crash somewhere on Earth around Easter – Science News

Tiangong-1: Chinese space station predicted to crash somewhere on Earth around Easter – Science News

Space experts predict the Tiangong-1 space station, or “Heavenly Palace”, will turn into a spectacular fireball as it enters Earth’s atmosphere sometime during the Easter long weekend According to the latest predictions, it will begin its fiery descent into Earth’s atmosphere somewhere in a window between March 30 and April …

Chinese authorities use facial recognition, public shaming to crack down on jaywalking, criminals

Chinese authorities use facial recognition, public shaming to crack down on jaywalking, criminals

Updated March 20, 2018 21:52:43 Photo: The Shenzhen traffic police website publishes the photos and identification details of offenders. (Supplied: Shenzhen Traffic Police) Related Story: The rise of the Chinese robots, and what it means for humanity Related Story: China catching up to US in race towards artificial intelligence In …

Chinese students angered by visa delays as state media issues ‘red alert’ to not enrol in Australia

Chinese students angered by visa delays as state media issues ‘red alert’ to not enrol in Australia

Posted March 22, 2018 16:25:12 Chinese state media has issued a “red alert” advising students not to enrol in Australian universities after a series of public accusations that Canberra was delaying visas for politically motivated reasons. Key points: Chinese state media blames “anti-China rhetoric” in Australia for visa delays Students …