Sydney University toilets has racist graffiti drawn on

Racist graffiti targeting Chinese students at the University of Sydney has emerged in two campus bathrooms on Monday.

The words 'KILL CHINESE' were found accompanied by a Nazi swastika scrawled across a cubicle wall at the University's International Student Lounge.

The USYD Student Union shared images of the graffiti on social media platform WeChat - China's most popular messaging application, SBS Mandarin reports.

Racist graffiti targeting Chinese students at the University of Sydney has emerged in two campus bathrooms on Monday (pictured)

Racist graffiti targeting Chinese students at the University of Sydney has emerged in two campus bathrooms on Monday (pictured)

The words 'KILL CHINESE' were found accompanied by a Nazi swastika scrawled across a cubicle wall at the University's International Student Lounge

The words 'KILL CHINESE' were found accompanied by a Nazi swastika scrawled across a cubicle wall at the University's International Student Lounge

Similar markings were reported to have been found inside the Business School's Abercrombie building.

The president of the University of Sydney's Union Courtney Thompson moved to condemn the images on Tuesday morning, posting on Facebook and the Union's website.

'We've been made aware of racist graffiti in both International Students Lounge and Abercrombie bathrooms,' their statement read.

'The USU does not tolerate racism in any of its forms and we are working swiftly with campus security to ensure any and all remnants are removed.'

'We ask that if you spot any graffiti in any of our facilities, please notify us as soon as possible via this Facebook page so that we can work to remove it.'

A University of Sydney spokesperson revealed that the markings were removed immediately, yet had not been able to identify

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