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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.

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Navigating the Australia-China Relationship | Jane Golley

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

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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.

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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

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Hong Kong Protests 2019

Hong Kong No More: The National Security Law and the Dual State

On June 30, Hong Kong will be subject to a new National Security Law. No one, not even Hong Kong’s Chief Executive, knows what will be in the bill, but details are slowly coming into focus.

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Jimmy Lai-Chee-ying

Hong Kong: Anything We Say Could Be A Crime

For the first time since 1989 Hong Kongers are banned from holding their annual June Fourth vigil in Victoria Park.

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Hongbo Ji

An International NGO’s 40 years in China

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

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