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Photo Credit: Wedding card with anti-communist slogans, National Museum of Taiwan History

[Postponed] Call for Papers: Remembering Taiwan's Martial Law Conference 憶起戒嚴

12 December 2019
Martial Law — 1947-1987 — lies at the heart of narratives shaping the contemporary identities of Taiwanese people. This is a conference on the plurality manifest in remembering Martial Law. It seeks a broad range of submissions engaging with experiences and histories of the period.

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Street of Beijing

Gender discrimination in China’s labour income

14 November 2019
Income inequality has been a persistent feature of China’s rapid growth and development since the late 1970s. A gender earnings gap has persisted in urban China throughout the reform period despite a narrowing of the gender gap in educational attainment in recent years.

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Tiananmen Square

Victoria deepens engagement with Beijing's controversial Belt and Road initiative

25 October 2019
In an interview with ABC News, CIW Director Jane Golley has said that Premier Mr Andrews was making a pragmatic decision based mainly on the economic benefits for the state with the signing on a new deal between Victoria and the Chinese government.

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Donald Trump & Scott Morrison

Scott Morrison takes aim at China’s continuing status as a ‘developing’ country

24 September 2019
Professor Jane Golley, director of the Australian Centre on China in the World, comments on Scott Morrison's criticism of China's continuing status as a developing country under World Trade Organisation rules.

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Gladys Liu

Attacks on First China-Born Australian MP Show Fears of Beijing

12 September 2019
"This absolutely has the potential to further damage Australia-Chinese relations." CIW Director Jane Golley says "there's also a human cost to the sort of attacks we've seen on [Gladys] Liu and people in the Chinese-Australian community will be hurting."

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Hong Kong protests 2019

Hong Kong Protests Go Global, Roiling China’s Fractured Diaspora

16 August 2019
Jane Golley, an economist and director of the Australian National University’s Australian Centre on China in the World in Canberra, said while it was evident the tensions in Hong Kong had spread globally, the right to protest remained fundamental for Western universities.

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AusMAT Pre-departure briefing 13 Nov

Australia and the BRI: Cooperate, compete or challenge

31 July 2019
Nowhere is calibrating an effective Australian response more important than in the Pacific.

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China to replace the US as Australia's leading research partner

China to replace the US as Australia's leading research partner

22 July 2019
China's economy is growing so fast Australia can't afford to be on the "wrong side of history", says associate professor Jane Golley, The Australian National University.

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