Ok ok I know the Central Chinese Government have really really tried their hardest to stop money getting out of China and seeping into the property markets of about a dozen western countries (this one, Australia, being pretty high up that wish-list, too). But clearly, the money is still getting out and markets are still being ramped up by Chinese investors (Aus, NZ, US, Singapore, Canada, UK, Germany, France, Spain, South Africa etc.). But I read this piece today. Here's the smoking gun that China has a huge housing bubble Some brave little China Property economist bloke has indicated that despite there being no official housing supply/demand/sales price data for mainland China (making it hard to tell if there is a bubble or not because the data isnt reliable), he has devised a simple metric to prove that China's internal property bubble will pop in about two years. Read the article to understand the metric/methodology he has used to predict this outcome. But my thought/question isnt about that per-se, but moreso, IF he is right and China pops, what impact will this have on our market here in AU? Will it be good, or bad? (or both?) Those who have been squirreling their funds away into AU will probably escape the china bubble unscathed because they took their wealth here instead. But will a bubble pop there encourage MORE demand for property here, from Chinese, or less?