Past events

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...

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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...

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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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11
Feb
2019

Moving Out but Not Up: Health Consequences of Rural-urban Migration in China

Final Oral Presentation Seminar

Presenter(s): Shi Xinjie

In this seminar, Xinjie Shi will first have an overview of his PhD thesis which is comprised of five research papers focusing on some Chinese socio-economic...

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26
Nov
2018

Rainbows, Sunbeams, Snowflakes and Butterflies: the Wushan Goddess and Divine Concubines in the Court Poetry of the Early Tang

Mid Term Review PhD Seminar

Presenter(s): Eugenie Edquist

Shangguan Yi 上官儀 (608-665) has been dismissed as a peddler of dissipated erotic doggerel, the worst example of the overheated praise and sensual excess...

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15
Nov
2018

Self-Organised Collectives: 'Amateur' Photography Groups in China, 1977-1988

ANU China Seminar Series

Presenter(s): Chen Shuxia

After the turmoil of the Cultural Revolution, China launched the 'Thought Liberation Movement' and the policy of economic reform and opening-up, on one...

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13
Nov
2018

Australia-China relations at the crossroads?

CIW Annual Lecture

Presenter(s): Professor the Honourable Bob Carr

Watch the lecture on ANU TV YouTube Channel 

RSVP by 7 November

From Gough Whitlam to Tony Abbott, Australia has pursued a...

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12
Nov
2018

International Hierarchy, Legitimacy, and the Founding of Joseon Korea

WIIS Research Seminar

Presenter(s): Ji-Young Lee

How is hierarchy created and maintained in international politics? This seminar examines the role of legitimacy in the formation of hierarchical order in...

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01
Nov
2018

Living Water: Journeying in inks

CIW Exhibition

Fuelled by a passion for ink and paper, and intrigued by the rich visual languages of Chinese painting and Chinese calligraphy, Living Water: Journeying in inks, is Ella Whateley’s response to...

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01
Nov
2018

Opening night 'Living Water: Journeying in inks'

Exhibition Opening Night

RSVP by 29 October

Fuelled by a passion for ink and paper, and intrigued by the rich visual languages of Chinese painting and Chinese calligraphy, Living Water: Journeying in inks...

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