In 2022, the New South Wales Supreme Court of Australia ruled to recognize two Chinese civil settlement statements, which were considered as ‘foreign judgments’ under Australian law (Bank of China Limited v Chen  NSWSC 749).
Australia-China Judgments Recognition and Enforcement
In May 2020, the New South Wales Supreme Court, Australia, ruled in Bao v Qu; Tian (2020), marking the first case for New South Wales of Australia to enforce a monetary judgment made by a Chinese court.
Australian courts recognized two Chinese judgments while refused one. The situation in Australia can help us analyze how de facto reciprocity is determined by Chinese courts in recognizing foreign judgments.