In the media
INTERVIEW: The University of New South Wales has signed a research partnership with China’s Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
INTERVIEW: The world’s second biggest economy has slowed for nine out of ten of the last quarters.
INTERVIEW: The announcement of a new Australian center of Asian learning is being seen as a major breakthrough for an Australian corporate sector, ill-equipped to deal with the challenges of the “Asian Century”.
A Young Australian dedicated to promoting commercial and cultural awareness of China is head of Confucius Institute.
Australia is increasingly looking to prosper from Asian economic growth, but experts warn proximity to the region alone will not bring success.
CLIVE Palmer’s China connection is crucial for his corporate future, but his new political prominence is unlikely to prompt Beijing to ride to the rescue of his ailing businesses.
Introducing Chinese culture to the Australian community
UNSW launches Gaokao admissions policy in Guangzhou
If you believe the opinion polls, Julia Gillard has had a very busy week in China setting the China policy direction and institutional framework for a future Coalition government.
Laurie Pearcey, director for China strategy and development at UNSW, discusses Sino-Australia relations in the wake of the latest visit by Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard.
News and Events
NewsSJTU's Renji Hospital visits UNSW and meets with startup founders
NewsInnovation and Entrepreneurship students deliver DemoDay pitches
EventChinese Music Seminar & Performance this 18th August 2017
NewsShandong Publishing & Media bring books to UNSW
NewsThe Shanghai IT Entrepreneur Association visits Sydney