March 2015

06
Jan
2015

Between – Picturing 1950-1960s Taiwan 間:臺灣五六十年代面影

Exhibition

Politics has had complex effects on the cultural life of Taiwan in the twentieth century. These forty-four works, curated from the collection of the National Museum of History (Taipei), offer subtle observations of Taiwan in the 1950s and 1960s, from the perspectives of fifteen artists and photographers, as fresh and curious witnesses to lives in flux.

 Between – Picturing 1950-1960s Taiwan poster
19
Feb
2015

ASIA 2003 Chinese literature — semester 1

Seminar

Course convenor: Professor John Minford

Thursdays starting on 19 February until 28 May, 11:00am – 1:00pm

Pu Songling
03
Mar
2015

Picturing social realities: aesthetics, politics and Chinese photography groups, 1979-1989

Seminar

In 1979, a group of young photography enthusiasts in Beijing formed one of the earliest unofficial photography groups, the April Photo Society, at the immediate starting point of the reform era. Between 1979 and 1981 the group were to hold three annual exhibitions, each presented under the single title Nature, Society and Man.

Li Xiaobin
05
Mar
2015

Meishi Street 煤市街

Film - Season 3: Survival Politics

Meishi Street 煤市街
06
Mar
2015

The regulation of Chinese investment in Zambia

Seminar

Since the turn of this millennium, Chinese outbound direct investment (ODI) into Zambia has grown at phenomenal rate.

 Beyongo Mukete Dynamic
12
Mar
2015

Fuqing dreaming: what drives Chinese investment migration in the South Pacific?

ANU China Seminar Series

This talk will explore current domestic and international factors, as well as historical trends, that have led to mainland Chinese merchants dominating the retail trade in the South Pacific.

 Graeme Smith
19
Mar
2015

Development of modern art in Taiwan, 1930s-1990s: an introductory outline

Public Lecture

On the occasion of the exhibition 'Between: Picturing 1950-60s Taiwan', CIW is pleased to announce a public lecture by Emeritus Professor John Clark (University of Sydney) on the Development of Modern Art in Taiwan, 1930s-1990s: An Introductory Outline.

Lin Chih-hsin
20
Mar
2015

A City of Sadness 悲情城市

Film - Taiwan Film Festival 臺灣電影節 2015

A City of Sadness 悲情城市
21
Mar
2015

Spring: The Story of Hsu Chin-Yu 春天: 許金玉的故事

Film - Taiwan Film Festival 臺灣電影節 2015

 Spring: The Story of Hsu Chin-Yu 春天: 許金玉的故事
21
Mar
2015

The Peach Blossom Land 暗戀桃花源

Film - Taiwan Film Festival 臺灣電影節 2015

The Peach Blossom Land 暗戀桃花源
21
Mar
2015

Guided tours: Between – Picturing 1950-1960s Taiwan Exhibition

Weekend Viewing

Gallery Tour

Politics has had complex effects on the cultural life of Taiwan in the twentieth century. These forty-four works, curated from the collection of the National Museum of History (Taipei), offer subtle observations of Taiwan in the 1950s and 1960s, from the perspectives of fifteen artists and photographers, as fresh and curious witnesses to lives in flux.

Between – Picturing 1950-1960s Taiwan Exhibition
21
Mar
2015

Rebels of the Neon God 青少年哪吒

Film - Taiwan Film Festival 臺灣電影節 2015

Rebels of the Neon God 青少年哪吒
21
Mar
2015

Monga 艋舺

Film - Taiwan Film Festival 臺灣電影節 2015

Monga 艋舺
22
Mar
2015

Writings that Weave Waves 潮浪譜寫共鳴

Film - Taiwan Film Festival 臺灣電影節 2015

Writings that Weave Waves 潮浪譜寫共鳴
22
Mar
2015

The Gangster's God 炸神明

Film - Taiwan Film Festival 臺灣電影節 2015

The Gangster's God 炸神明
22
Mar
2015

The Terrorizers 恐怖份子

Film - Taiwan Film Festival 臺灣電影節 2015

 The Terrorizers 恐怖份子
22
Mar
2015

Cape No.7 海角七號

Film - Taiwan Film Festival 臺灣電影節 2015

Cape No.7 海角七號
26
Mar
2015

The global market and China's right to speak: evaluating the ideas that drive Chinese...

Seminar

David Murphy's research seeks to identify the ideas which form the Chinese discourse on trade policy and their relative influence. It is inspired by apparent shifts over the past decade away from neoliberal justifications for policy decisions as a growing suspicion towards China’s treatment in global markets has taken hold.

Chinese Flag
26
Mar
2015

Why nuclear power as an energy option for Australia and the ten member-countries of ASEAN makes...

Seminar

Peter Van Ness was convenor of an international workshop last August on Nuclear Power in East Asia: The Costs and Benefits, and this is his report on that three-day meeting.

Flower Next to Nuclear Power Generator

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