Since 2019, CIW has offered a dedicated China Studies funding grant scheme, through a transparent, competitive process managed by the CAP Research Office. The aims of this scheme are to support ANU academic staff in their innovative, collaborative, and multi-disciplinary activities across campus, linking in China scholars both nationally and internationally. Activities include research, teaching, and engagement.

The Fragments of the Gaodao zhuan 高道傳

Benjamin Penny
School of Culture, History & Language

The Gaodao zhuan 高道傳 is a major collection of Daoist biographies from the Northern Song, compiled by Jia Shanxiang 賈善翔 (fl.11th century).

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Han cultural influence on the culture of an ethnic minority in western China through a language perspective

Yarjis Xueqing Zhong
College of Arts and Social Sciences

This project will study cross-cultural mixing between Han people and ethnic minorities in China, in particular the Yugur group in western China.

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Borrowing without Commitments? Consequences of Increasing and Less Constrained Government Debts in China

Fengming Lu
Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs

This new book project will try to answer the following question: when the government can borrow with fewer restrictions and constraints from the private sector and on the capital market, and...

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Interactive Reading of The Story of the Stone: Cross-Cultural Understanding of China

Shengyu Fan
School of Culture, History & Language

This project aims to extend the impact on the ePub project, which offers an interactive way to read and learn The Story of the Stone, the most famous Chinese novel and embodiment of Chinese...

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Understanding the intercultural experiences of Chinese migrants to Australia (1980–1995)

Zhengdao Ye
School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics

This project aims to form a better understanding of the contemporary Chinese diaspora by focussing on the intercultural experiences of mainland Chinese migrants who settled in Australia between...

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Chinese communities in Australian museums: Heritage making and historical interpretation

Yujie Zhu
Research School of Humanities & the Arts

This seed funding aims to develop a partnership with Golden Dragon Museum in Bendigo, Gum San Chinese Heritage Centre in Ararat, Sovereign Hill and the Museum of Chinese Australian History in...

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