Past events

18
Apr
2019

Mobilizing Chinese cultural workers in the service of Japanese occupation, 1939-1945

ANU China Seminar Series

Presenter(s): Jeremy E. Taylor

In this paper, I will examine the ways in which the "collaborationist" Re-organised National Government (RNG) of Wang Jingwei — which administered parts of...

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17
Apr
2019

Sydney Launch — China’s Power: Hard, Soft and Sharp

Book Launch

Presenter(s): Jane Golley, Linda Jaivin, David Brophy James Reilly

The China Story Yearbook: Power Sydney Launch features 'China’s Power:  Hard, Soft and Sharp' panel discussion.

In 2018, the...

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11
Apr
2019

Canberra launch — China’s rise: prosperity, power and pushback

Panel Discussion and Book Launch

Presenter(s): Frances Adamson, Jane Golley, Linda Jaivin, Andy Kennedy, Zhang Jian, and Beyongo Mukete Dynamic

In 2018, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) was more powerful than at...

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21
Mar
2019

Chinatowns and the rise of China

ANU China Seminar Series and ANU Heritage Seminar Series

Presenter(s): Ien Ang

In the early twentieth century, Chinatowns in the West were ghettos for Chinese immigrants who were marginalised and considered ‘other’...

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18
Mar
2019

What's Wrong with Corruption? Messages from Confessions in China

ANU China Seminar Series

Presenter(s): Juan Wang

Primarily based on contextualized discourse analysis of confessions from 119 convicted party cadres on corruption charges in China, this presentation will make two...

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14
Mar
2019

Towards reinvigorating Australian foreign policy studies

Presenter(s): Professor Valerie M Hudson, Mark Kenny & Professor Jacqui True

The 2017 Foreign Policy White Paper highlighted how forces of change are challenging the rules-based global order upon which Australia’s...

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07
Mar
2019

Environmental Dispossession and Degradation in China and Beyond

ANU China Seminar Series

Presenter(s): Brooke Wilmsen, Ruth Gamble, Pichamon Yeophantong, Uchralt Otede (Chair: Amy King)

The effects of serious air and water pollution on China’s industrialised centres is now well...

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06
Mar
2019

The Dawn of Eurasia and the Belt and Road Initiative

CIW Public Lecture

Presenter(s): Bruno Maçães

In this public lecture, Bruno Maçães will weave together themes from his two recent books, The Dawn of Eurasia: On the Trail of the New World Order and The Belt and Road...

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20
Feb
2019

No Easy Way Out: Deleveraging, Trump, and the Challenges of China’s Economic Slowdown

CIW Seminar

Presenter(s): Dinny McMahon

Over the past four decades, China’s technocratic elite have acquired a reputation for having almost savant-like abilities to manage China’s economy. That reputation is...

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18
Feb
2019

Hong Kong Under Pressure — Recent Developments

CIW Seminar

Presenter(s): Professor Joseph Yu-shek CHENG

This is a discussion of the recent political developments in Hong Kong from the perspective of a pro-democracy activist. It will focus on the...

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