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The ificant Chinese diaspora in Australia should not be overlooked, others say. It has been three years since a bilateral meeting of leaders, despite Australia's repeated requests.

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Canberra - like other democracies - can no longer overlook political reality for economic gains. They also suggest hawks within the government should be reined in by Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

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