Presenter(s): Qianshen Bai
This lecture will discuss the phenomenon of writing strange characters in the periods of the late Ming and early Qing. It will set this phenomenon against its cultural and...
Presenter(s): Imre Galambos
The Dunhuang manuscripts are an abundant source of primary material for the study of local society during the medieval period, especially the ninth and tenth centuries....
Presenter(s): Matthias Richter
Early Chinese manuscript counterparts of the Laozi offer us a unique chance to observe how its compilation gradually emerged and assumed an increasingly stable form in...
Venue: Woolloomooloo, Sydney
Tuesday 17 December
Morning session: 10 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.
This is an initial discussion of how Levenson’s work is being understood and used today. All...
This forum brings together leading scholars and writers to discuss some of the crises facing the Asia and Pacific region today.
The year 2013 is coming to an end with Australia-Indonesia relations in...
The Australian Centre on China in the World (CIW), The University of Canberra and King & Wood, Mallesons invite you to the launch of:
Venue: King & Wood MallesonsLevel 5, NICTA Building B7...