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Trump

Donald Trump likely blind to China's sensitivity on Taiwan, One China policy

CIW Associate Director Professor Richard Ribgy comments on Trumps protocol-breaking call to Tsai Ing-wen in The Sydney Morning Herald. (Published: 14 December, 2016). Image: Gage Skidmore

China Russia Flags

Russia and China: A Convergence of Interests

CIW Associate Director Rebecca Fabrizi comments on the China-Russia relationship in ANUreporter. (Published: 8 December, 2016)

Elderly hand showing veins, holding child's hand

China’s Two-child Policy isn’t the Answer to its Ageing Population Problem

'A two-child policy is not the best policy option for tackling either China’s growth slowdown or its ageing problem', says CIW Deputy Director Jane Golley in The Conversation. (Published: 22 November, 2016)

Two-child policy

Babies and Growth: Why Less Could Mean More

CIW Deputy Director Jane Golley comments on the impact of the Chinese government's abolition of the one-child policy on 1 January 2016 in East Asia Forum Quarterly. (Published: 22 November, 2016)

Globe

Australia's Choice — Stick with Trump, or twist to Asia?

CIW Deputy Director Jane Golley comments on the election of Donald Trump and its implications for the Australia-US alliance and Australia's future relationship with China in APPS Policy Forum. (Published: 10 November, 2016)

Crown Casino, Melbourne

China’s Crown Probe Seen as Warning Shot to Foreign Firms

CIW Postdoctoral Fellow Ryan Manuel comments on the risks of doing business in China. (Published: 30 October, 2016)

Culture Space

Culture Space talks to CIW Postdoc Olivier Krischer

Rosie from Culture Space talks to CIW Postdoctoral Fellow Olivier Krischer about the current CIW exhibition Zhang Peili: from Painting to Video. (Published: 26 October, 2016)

ABC Studies

How China's pollution is driving investment in Australian farms

ABC Drive's Adam Shirley interviews CIW's Associate Director Rebecca Fabrizi and Postdoc Zhu Yujie about the recently released China Story Yearbook 2015: Pollution. (Published: 22 September, 2016)

Uncertain Pleasures

Zhang Peili: From Painting to Video at the Australian Centre on China in the World

Daily Serving's Luise Guest reviews CIW's latest exhibition Zhang Peili: From Painting to Video. (Published: 20 September, 2016)

Aussie Food Boom

Is the Aussie food boom over?

CIW Postdoctoral Fellow Ryan Manuel comments on the boom in the Australian food industry which has been driven by Chinese demand. (Published: 7 September, 2016)

Zhang peili and 'Flying Machine'

Australian National University in Canberra receives $800,000 painting by Chinese artist Zhang Peili

Sally Pryor, Arts Editor, The Canberra Times, considers CIW's recently donated Flying Machine by Zhang Peili and the accompanying exhibition, Zhang Peili: from Painting to Video. (Published: 26 August, 2016)

The Other Shore

A Misunderstood Majority: 'Mainlanders' in Hong Kong

Sally Pryor, Arts Editor, The Canberra Times, explores CIW's photography exhibition The Other Shore and looks at what it means to be a Chinese 'Mainlander' transplanted to Hong Kong. (Published: 15 June, 2016)

Out in Canberra

New Sinology on Campus

Read an article about CIW on Out in Canberra. (Published: 26 April, 2016)

Epoch Times

中國拒認南澳水果無蟲害 果農無奈求助聯邦

Ryan Manuel's comments about South Australian fruit farmers' current struggles with the Chinese authorities. (Published: 20 April 2016)

Oranges

SA Encouraged to Lean on Shandong

Ryan Manuel urges the South Australian government to approach sister city, Shandong, in bid to have fruit fly status recognised. (Published: 19 April 2016)

SA Fruit Farmers

SA Fruit Producers Struggle with Costs of Meeting Chinese Import Standards

Ryan Manuel comments on South Australian fruit farmers' struggle with meeting Chinese import standards. (Published: 18 April 2016)

Epoch Times

China’s E-commerce Laws not a ‘Crackdown’ but Closing a Loophole

Ryan Manuel comments on China's recently introduced 'e-commerce laws' and their implications for Australian businesses. (Published: 14 April 2016)

Ryan Manuel

What to Expect from Turnbull’s China Visit

CIW Postdoctoral Fellow Ryan Manuel is interviewed by ABC's The Drum about Malcolm Turnball's first official visit to China as Prime Minister. (Broadcast: 14 April, 2016)

Luigi Tomba and 'The Government Next Door'

The Paper (澎湃新闻): '专访新晋列文森奖得主邓利杰:中国基层治理的奥秘与智慧'

CIW PhD Student Qian Linliang reviews 'The Government Next Door: Neighborhood Politics in Urban China' (Published: 17 February 2016)

360doc

360doc: 朝阳群众,难道真的“上面有人“?

Read a book review of 'The Government Next Door: Neighborhood Politics in Urban China' (Published: 13 February 2016)

The Sydney Morning Herald

1930s Photographs by Stanley Gregory Shed Light on Post-Qing Dynasty China

Sally Pryor, Arts Editor, The Canberra Times, interviews Dr Olivier Krischer about the CIW exhibition 'Photographs of 1930s China by Stanley O. Gregory'. (Published: 12 February 2016)

Nathan Woolley's Interview with ABC News Sunday

Celestial Empire and the Photographs of 1930s China by Stanley O. Gregory

CIW Postdocs and curators Dr Nathan Woolley and Dr Olivier Krischer are interviewed about their two exhibitions Celestial Empire: Life in China, 1644-1911 and Photographs of 1930s China by Stanley O. Gregory. (Broadcast: 2:00pm, 2 February 2016)

A street-side 'peep show box' (known in Chinese as 西洋镜)

Window to Another World

Curator and CIW Postdoctoral Fellow Dr Olivier Krischer is interviewed about the new CIW exhibition 'Photographs of 1930s China by Stanley O. Gregory' printed in large-format for the first time, from the original negatives now in the National Library of Australia collection. (Published: 21 January 2016)

Nathan Woolley's Interview with ABC News Sunday

Celestial Empire (start watching from 35:30)

CIW Postdoc and curator Dr Nathan Woolley is interviewed about the new exhibition, Celestial Empire, at the National Library of Australia. (Broadcast: 7:00pm, Sunday, 3 January 2016)


2015


UK's Strategic China-US Balancing Act

CIW Senior Strategic Research Fellow Ms Rebecca Fabrizi comments on the UK's lavish welcome of President Xi Jinping in October 2015. (Published: Wednesday, 11 November 2015)

China ends strict one-child policy

China Ends Strict One-Child Policy

CIW Associate Director Dr Jane Golley comments on the relaxation of the one-child policy in China. (Published: Friday, 30 October 2015)

Xi Jinping and Peng Liyuan arrive in the UK

USS Lassen Challenges China's Territorial Claims in the South China Sea

CIW Senior Strategic Research Fellow Ms Rebecca Fabrizi is interviewed by ABC News 24 on the US's deployment of a warship to waters around the disputed Spratly archipelago. (Broadcast: 7:00pm, Wednesday, 27 October 2015)

Xi Jinping and Peng Liyuan arrive in the UK

Criticism of the UK’s New Approach to China is Misplaced

CIW Senior Strategic Research Fellow Ms Rebecca Fabrizi comments on the UK's new approach to relations with China. (Published: Wednesday, 27 October 2015)

Geremie's Interview with ABC Lateline

China & ANU — Diplomats, Adventurers, Scholars

Mr Will Sima and Professor Geremie R Barmé are interviewed by 666 ABC Canberra radio presenter Genevieve Jacobs about CIW's current exhibition, China & ANU — Diplomats, Adventurers, Scholars. (Broadcast: 10:30pm, Tuesday, 21 July 2015)

The New York Times

Q&A: Luigi Tomba on Privatized Housing and Political Legitimacy in China
通巴:中国房地产如何强化官方话语控制

Ian Johnson from The New York Times interviews Luigi Tomba about 'The Government Next Door: Neighborhood Politics in Urban China'. (Published: 27 January 2015)

China File - Sinica Podcast

China File—A Sinica Podcast: Inside the Property Revolution

Listen to Jeremy Goldkorn and Luigi Tomba discussing China's property market and 'The Government Next Door: Neighborhood Politics in Urban China'. (Broadcast: 26 January 2015)


2014


Geremie's Interview with ABC Lateline

The New Generation of Chinese Leaders

Professor Geremie R Barmé joins Emma Alberici on 'ABC Lateline' to examine the key figures of the Politburo Standing Committee of the Chinese Communist Party in Beijing. (Broadcast: 10:30pm, Monday, 17 November 2014)

South China Morning Post

Q&A on Segregation in China’s Privatised Cities

South China Morning Post author Patrick Boehler interviews Luigi Tomba about 'The Government Next Door: Neighborhood Politics in Urban China'. (Published: 28 October 2014)

Geremie's Interview with ABC Radio

Chinese newspaper calls Julie Bishop a 'complete fool'

Professor Geremie R Barmé discusses Julie Bishop's comments to take a tougher stand on China and China's reaction to this with The World Today's Deborah Cornwall. (Broadcast: Thursday 17 July 2014)

ACT Asia Forum

ACT Asia Forum: Leading Asia Education in 21st Century Schools

Professor Geremie Barmé briefly introduces the purpose of the Australian Centre on China in the World. (Presented: Friday 9 May 2014)


2012


Geremie's Interview with ABC

Political Changes at 18th Party Congress

Professor Geremie R Barmé joins Emma Alberici on 'ABC Lateline' to examine the political changes at the 18th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party in Beijing. (Broadcast: 10:30pm, Friday, 16 November 2012)

China Watch

Professor Geremie R Barmé is a featured guest on the 'Saturday Extra' program hosted by Geraldine Doogue on ABC Radio National. (Broadcast: 8.10am, Saturday, 11 August 2012)

The Political Implications of a Murder Trial

Professor Geremie R Barmé discusses the implications of the murder trial of Gu Kailai with ABC Lateline presenter Tony Jones. (Broadcast: ABC1,Thursday, 09 August 2012)

Chen Guangcheng: Dissident in Hiding

Professor Geremie R Barmé joins in a discussion with ABC reporter Stephen McDonnell on blind Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng. (Story featured on '7.30', broadcast Wednesday, 02 May 2012 on ABC1 and ABC News 24)

ABC Classic FM

Professor Geremie R Barmé was the featured guest on the 'Midday' program hosted by Margaret Throsby on ABC Classic FM. (Broadcast 12:00pm, Wednesday, 02 May 2012)

Latest News

9
Jun
2016
Jane Golley appointed as CIW's Deputy Director

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CIW is pleased to announce that Dr Jane Golley has accepted an appointment as Deputy Director in the Centre. She will support the Director in the academic management of the Centre, while also continuing in her current roles.

10
Feb
2016
Luigi Tomba Receives Levenson Book Prize

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The Australian Centre on China in the World, ANU, is proud to announce the award to Luigi Tomba of the prestigious Association of Asian Studies (AAS) Joseph Levenson Prize for the best book on Post-1900 China in 2016 for his latest book The Government Next Door: Neighborhood Politics in Urban China, published by Cornell University Press.

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8
Feb
2016
Enriching Chinese Studies in Canberra Schools

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The Association for Learning Mandarin in Australia (ALMA) and the Australian Centre on China in the World (CIW) at the ANU, with the support of the ACT Government Mandarin Culture and Language Grants Program and the ANU Postgraduate and Research Students' Association (PARSA), are joining forces to establish a student ambassador project to promote and enrich Chinese Studies in ACT high schools.

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15
Jun
2015
Centre Directorship

 

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On Monday 15 June, Dr Benjamin Penny took over as the new Director of the Australian Centre on China in the World. Professor Geremie Barmé has sadly had to step back from this position for health reasons. He will continue in the position of Founding Director. Ben has been Acting Director since the beginning of 2015 and Deputy Director of the Centre since its establishment.

22
May
2015
The Inaugural China Matters National Meeting

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The inaugural China Matters National Meeting was held at the Centre on Friday 22 May. Held in partnership with CIW and the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, the meeting achieved the first of China Matters’ goals to bring together leading figures from policy, security and business to discuss off-the-record some of the pressing issues facing Australia-China relations today. The meeting’s 35 participants focused on policy recommendations for the Australian government.

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