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A New Australia–China Agenda
A New Australia–China Agenda

A New Australia–China Agenda

The new publication on Australia-China relationship was launched by Senator Dean Smith and The Hon Andrew Leigh at Parliament House on 28 October. The book is available online for download.

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Funding Support Opportunities
Funding Support Opportunities

Funding Support Opportunities

Applications are now open for CIW Resources for Chinese Studies, Support for Chinese Studies at ANU and Library Fellowships.

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The China Story Yearbook 2013: Civilising China
The China Story Yearbook 2013: Civilising China

The China Story Yearbook 2013: Civilising China

The full text of the book can be read online, in PDF format, or as a print-on-demand book here.

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Australian Centre on China in the World

中华全球研究中心/ 中華全球研究中心

The Australian Centre on China in the World (CIW) is a research institution established to enhance the existing capabilities of The Australian National University (ANU). It aims to be an integrated, world-leading institution for Chinese Studies and the understanding of China, or what has been called 'Greater China' or the 'Chinese Commonwealth' (the People's Republic of China, the Hong Kong and Macau Special Administrative Regions, as well as Taiwan and the Chinese diaspora), on a global scale.

澳大利亚国立大学的中华全球研究中心是始创于2010年的综合性研究机构。中心宗旨为:立足人文传承,兼容社会科学精微调研,关照公众求知要求,力图对公共政策有所贡献。

本中心深切关怀中国和文化中华的全球意义和人间意味;力求摆脱教育事业的庸俗工业化,以跨学科的态度倡导学术民主,并且主张诚挚的思想交流;在承传先贤治学立场与方法的同时,努力结合新颖知识和研究视角,不断地益于当今且时刻瞻望未来。

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Chinese Studies at ANU

The Australian National University is one of the foremost institutions in the world outside of China for research and teaching about China. The University's academic staff includes close to fifty China specialists in the social sciences and humanities spread throughout a number of departments.

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Mission

The mission of the Australian Centre on China in the World is to realise a national capability in the research and teaching of Chinese Studies, and communicate its findings to foster a greater understanding of China in the world across academic, policy-making and community audiences both nationally and internationally.

Research Themes

The Centre's research themes are interrelated and are not conceived as self-standing 'silos' of intellectual or disciplinary pursuit.

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Updated:  15 August 2014/Responsible Officer:  Director, China in the World /Page Contact:  China in the World