Past events

25
Oct
2017

Sweet Medicine

Asia and the Pacific Screens

2017, 79minutes, the Netherlands and the Philippines Directed by Juul op den Kamp and Ralph PulancoEnglish and Tagalog with English subtitles

First Vita Plus is an extremely...

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19
Oct
2017

The decipherment of dead languages in China: the case of Kitan

George E. Morrison Lecture

Presenter(s): Daniel Kane

Many visitors to Xi’an go to the Tomb of Empress Wu 武則天 (624-705), where their attention may be brought to a tall stele, the Wu zi bei 無字碑 (Stele without...

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18
Oct
2017

Chinese and West African music and dance in Australia

Musical Performance

Come and learn about Chinese Lion Dance performance, and West African music from Senegal. You will gain an understanding of Chinese and West African performances and their histories in Australia. The...

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11
Oct
2017

Taiwanese Taster Class

Presenter(s): Dr Mark Strange

This class introduces students to current Taiwanese (also known as Hoklo), part of the Hokkien or Minnanyu language group. Spoken by about 70% of Taiwan’s population, it is also...

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09
Oct
2017

Amherst Embassy to the Jiaqing Court 1816

PhD Final Presentation

Presenter(s): Caroline Stevenson

Compared with the earlier Macartney embassy to the Qianlong court in 1793, the Amherst embassy to the Jiaqing emperor in 1816 has been under researched...

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05
Oct
2017

Strengthening the Mind and Nation: Chinese Reformers, Protestant Missionaries and the Mengxue bao  (The Children’s Educator, 1897–1902)

ANU China Seminar Series

Presenter(s): Shih-Wen Sue Chen

Although Protestant missionaries had been publishing Chinese language periodicals for children since the 1870s, the Mengxue bao 蒙學報 (The Children’s...

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04
Oct
2017

Conq

Asia and the Pacific Screens

2015, 113minutes, Indonesia Directed by Lucky Kuswandi Indonesian with English subtitles

Although originally presented as a freely available series of shorts on YouTube, the...

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03
Oct
2017

Hopkins-Nanjing Centre graduate studies in China information session

Information Session

The Hopkins-Nanjing Center for Chinese and American Studies (HNC) opened in 1986 as a one-of-a-kind graduate center for international studies in China. This year marks the HNC’s 30th year providing...

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29
Sep
2017

The Art of Anthropology

Art Exhibition

Presenter(s): Various

The Art of Anthropology showcases the photographs of 31 ANU anthropologists taken during their research “in the field” in various places around the world. The exhibition is a...

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28
Sep
2017

Securitizing Culture in Post-Deng China: An Evolving National Strategic Paradigm, 1994–2014

ANU China Seminar Series

Presenter(s): Matthew D. Johnson

This talk will examine the emergence and impact of the threat image of U.S.-led globalization on national security paradigms in the People’s Republic...

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