In the media
INTERVIEW: China’s top leaders have promised to deepen economic reforms to give the market a “decisive” role in allocating resources, as a key Communist Party meeting came to a close.
VIDEO: A documentary looking at the journey of UNSW’s Confucius Institute students looking to be the next big thing on Chinese TV.
OPINION: Education should be included in FTA negotiations, writes Laurie Pearcey
OPINION: The re-imagining of the Silk Road appeals to local ideologies and advances China’s quest for global influence
INTERVIEW: UNSW has signed a major agreement with a Chinese research powerhouse focused on tech-transfer and commercialisation.
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.