Letter 46: Turnbull Goes to Washington, We Go to the Pub

[READ: A Reset, of Sorts, for the United States and Australia]


“The problem is they think Sydney is Beijing. They’re doing more and more watching and interfering. And they’re getting better at it.”

— Paul Lin, a businessman from Taiwan who moved to Australia in 1990, referring to the Chinese government and its loyalists.

[READ: In Australia, Staying Loyal to Taiwan Can Mean Losing a Job]


“Everyone fits right in at the New Sydney, and it gives me hope for the future of the great Australian pub. Which is saying something, because that future is far from certain.”

— Besha Rodell, our AMAZING restaurant critic.

[READ: The New Sydney Hotel Updates the Australian Pub, but Still Plays the Hits]


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