The ANU Classical Chinese Music Ensemble is pleased to be joined by Dr Nicholas Ng from the Australia-China Institute for Arts and Culture (Western Sydney University) with members of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music Chinese Music Ensemble.
What lessons can we garner from the past incarnations of the labour movement in China? What is the predicament of labour activists in the increasingly authoritarian China of today? And what challenges lie ahead for Chinese workers? To answer these questions, the Made in China Journal is hosting a three-part webinar series on the past, present, and future of labour in China.
Chinese Indonesians are a culturally, socially, and politically diverse group. In the political sphere, and despite the resistance of many overseas Chinese to such characterisations, the overseas Chinese in Indonesia and elsewhere have often been seen as a resource or proxy for Beijing’s advancement of its interests abroad.
The US-China relationship is in a state of sharp decline – and, as the confrontation between the world’s two largest economies risks intensifying into outright trade war, the stability of the global system is being shaken.
When it comes to China, how do we balance our values vs our interests?
This year Disruptive Asia focuses on China. We asked our authors, what should Australia's ‘bounded engagement’ with China look like?
Now we broaden the discussion with a public debate series across Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne unpacking the boundaries and parameters of our relationship with China.
This paper explores the causes of China’s changing policies and behaviors related to refugees.