Events

25
Jul
2019

Han Migrant Farmers and Qing Mongolian Policy

ANU China Seminar Series

Presenter(s): Cyrus Yee

This talk will examine the migration and settlement of Han farmers in Inner Mongolia during the Qing period (1644–1911). The presence of Han settlements in great...

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26
Jul
2019

Pursuing the Chinese Dream: Arab entrepreneurs in East China

Final PhD Seminar

Presenter(s): Meizhen Wen

In 2016, there were more than 4000 Arab entrepreneurs in Yiwu, mainly engaged in exporting small commodities to their home countries. The rise of Arab entrepreneurs from...

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29
Jul
2019

The trials of a liberal exemplar: Chu Anping and The Observer in history and memory

Final PhD Seminar

Presenter(s): William Sima

Chu Anping 储安平 (1909–1966?) was a prominent journalist during the twilight of the Republican era (1912–1949) and early years of the People’s Republic of China (PRC). He...

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01
Aug
2019

Red Detachment — the politics of cultural engagement with the People’s Republic of China

ANU China Seminar Series

Presenter(s): Linda Jaivin

Relations between Australia and China have never been closer, or more fraught. From the time of the Cold War, our alliance with the US has been a source of...

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15
Aug
2019

Vietnam’s and China’s Diverging Industrial Relations Systems: Cases of Path Dependency

ANU China Seminar Series

Presenter(s): Anita Chan

This article explains why Vietnam and China, one-party states that allow only one official trade union, are traversing different paths in their trade unions’...

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19
Aug
2019

GIs and Jeep Girls: Sex and American Soldiers in Wartime China

ANU China Seminar Series

Presenter(s): Zach Fredman

This talk examines how sex affected the larger politics of the Sino-US alliance during the Second World War. By early 1945, Chinese from across the social...

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