Media

Appreciating Oolong and Pu’er Teas

Benjamin Penny, former director of the Australian Centre on China in the World, will be hosting a tasting of a Taiwanese Oolong made in a traditional style and a “ripe” Pu’er tea from Yunnan.

» read more

(show all)

Latest videos

Navigating the Australia-China Relationship | Jane Golley

Australia's relationship with China is particularly fraught at this moment.

» read more

An International NGO’s 40 years in China

An International NGO’s 40 years in China

The Asia Foundation (TAF) has been programming in China since 1979.

» read more

Benjamin Penny and Benjamin Elman

How did Shanghai become the epicentre of China’s scientific development?

Historians of “Chinese science” until recently have spent much of their time researching issues in pre-modern natural studies and trying to explain why modern science, technology, and medicine arri

» read more

(show all)

Latest audio

How did Paris-trained Cambodian intellectuals transform into hardened Maoist guerrillas?

How did Paris-trained Cambodian intellectuals transform into hardened Maoist guerrillas?

This talk explores the link between the CCP’s efforts to globalize Maoism and the dialectical engagement of exported Maoism in Cambodia.

» read more

Sketch of Peter Humphrey's TV appearance

See the difference? CGTN in the dock

Last year China's international state-run broadcaster, CGTN, spent millions opening a state-of-the-art London headquarters. Just one year on, it may already be scrambling for an exit strategy.

» read more

B&S Shanghai Staff 1883

The New Compradors? Hong Kong's Taipans Face a New Era

Even before they had seen its contents, Hong Kong's family-run firms - including two non-Chinese business empires that have shaped Hong Kong - were lining up to pledge support to the New National...

» read more

Updated:  6 October 2016/Responsible Officer:  Director/Page Contact:  CAP Web Team