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Online safety in Simplified Chinese (简体中文)

You can use Google translate to read this page in Simplified Chinese.

These videos and advice sheets will give you the confidence to talk with your children about online safety.

They include tips to help your child stay safe, and important information about what to do if something bad does happen online.

On this page:

Helping your family stay safe online in Simplified Chinese

Learn how to keep your family safe online, including:

  • why online safety is important 
  • how eSafety can help 
  • setting up family online safety rules 
  • conversation ideas and tips. 

Video

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Helping your family stay safe online (Simplified Chinese)

Advice sheet

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Getting started with social media in Simplified Chinese

Understand social media for children and young people, so you can:

  • talk with your child about social media 
  • set up their online account 
  • use social media safely 
  • report problems.

Video

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Getting started with social media (Simplified Chinese)

Advice sheet

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Safer online gaming in Simplified Chinese

Make gaming a safe and enjoyable part of family life, by learning about: 

  • setting up games so they are safe 
  • making friends in games 
  • reporting issues in games. 

Video

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Safer Online Gaming (Simplified Chinese)

Advice sheet

Click the link to download the advice sheet, then open it to read.

Getting help when your child is being bullied online in Simplified Chinese

Learn how to support your child if they are being bullied online, including how to: 

  • recognise online bullying 
  • collect information about the bullying 
  • report online bullying.

Video

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Getting help when your child is being bullied online (Simplified Chinese)

Advice sheet

Click the link to download the advice sheet, then open it to read.

Getting help for child sexual abuse online in Simplified Chinese

'Every online safety conversation matters' card and advice sheet

eSafety developed these resources in partnership with the Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE). They will help you discuss online safety with your child - including their online interests, dealing with uncomfortable or unsafe situations, getting help from trusted adults and reporting abuse.

Click the image links to download the conversation starters or advice sheet, then open them to read.

Getting help

If you think your child might be experiencing child sexual abuse, there are things you can do to help. 

  • Stay calm. Listen and believe them.
  • If the child is in Australia and is in immediate danger, call Triple Zero (000) or your local police on 131 444.
  • Any type of suspected child sexual abuse or exploitation, including grooming, should be reported to the Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE). The child can make a report themselves, or an adult can help them. Or you can make an anonymous report to Crime Stoppers at crimestoppers.com.au or 1800 333 000.
  • Anyone can report online child sexual exploitation and abuse material to eSafety at any time, so we can have it removed. Your report can be anonymous.
  • Anyone whose nude or sexual image or video has been shared online without their consent can report it to eSafety, so we can have it removed. 
  • The TakeItDown tool can provide a secure, anonymous way to prevent sexual images or videos being uploaded and shared on a range of online platforms and services. 
  • There are many counselling and support services that help children who have experienced sexual abuse, including grooming, and their families. These are listed on the ACCCE website.

Last updated: 19/06/2024