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Global China: Resistance and Adaptation- Made in China Summer School 2020

13 July 2020 to 17 July 2020
The Made in China Summer School 2020 'Global China: Resistance and Adaptation' will be held in Florence, Italy. The Summer School will bring together scholars from all over the world for five days of discussions with trade unionists, international NGO activists, and students.

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Meet Wenting Cheng: Setting the rules for a greener region

28 May 2020
Dr Wenting Cheng is a Research Fellow for the Grand Challenge Project Zero Carbon Energy for the Asia Pacific, based at ANU College of Law. Wenting discusses some of the major setbacks in promoting global energy transition as well as China’s current role in international intellectual property.

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Jorrit Gosens

Meet Jorrit Gosens: On a quest for energy transition in Australia

6 May 2020
Dr Jorrit Gosens is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Climate and Energy Policy, Crawford School of Public Policy. Jorrit spoke to us about renewable energy in China, the success of the China Energy Portal, and his new research on the hydrogen industry in Australia.

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The truth according to the CCP

2 May 2020
To commemorate the UN’s World Press Freedom Day (3 May), we would like to share insights from experts from the Australian Centre on China in the World community about recent issues and ongoing challenges with press freedom in China.

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COVID-19 and China’s soft power ambitions

24 April 2020
What can China’s COVID-19 response tell us about the future of its South-South Cooperation and soft power ambitions?

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A team of Chinese medical experts heading to Burkina Faso to help carry out local pandemic control work. [Photo: CIDCA]

The new Chinese aid agency after its first two years

22 April 2020
While the profile of aid in Chinese foreign policy has been boosted, some things remain unchanged two years after the formation of CIDCA, China’s development agency.

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Meet Yang Qin: A Chinese studies convert and a student of Sinology

22 April 2020
Yang Qin is a PhD candidate at the ANU School of Culture, History & Language. As she wraps up her thesis, Qin shares her journey at the ANU with us and talks about the uniqueness of pictorial representations of Confucian classics in Song China (960–1279).

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Meet Lin Cui: From Data to Decisions

2 April 2020
Lin Cui is Professor of international business in the ANU Research School of Management. He speaks to us about what attracted him to the ANU, the changing role of Chinese FDI to Australia, and his new research project on Chinese multinational enterprises.

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