Grants 2018

In 2018, a total of $180,000 was awarded to eleven projects, showcasing the diversity of China talent across the university. A new funding round will be announced in 2020.

The Xinjiang Emergency: exploring the context, evidence and implications of China’s mass detention of Turkic-Muslims

Michael Clarke
Crawford School of Public Policy, College of Asia & the Pacific

The Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) is now the site of the largest mass repression of an ethnic/religious minority in the world today.

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The rise of Chinese corporations and global competition policies

Yixiao Zhou
Crawford School of Public Policy, College of Asia & the Pacific

The rise of powerful global multinationals has led to higher industrial concentration since early 2000s, which leads to higher entry barrier, lower competition and efficiency.

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The adaptation of Shakespeare in Chinese traditional opera

Will Christie
Research School of Humanities & the Arts, College of Arts & Social Sciences

The main aim of this project is to support the visit of a Yue opera troupe of eight (8) amateur performers whose travel will be funded by the Shenzhen Municipal Government, China.

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Spatiotemporal patterns of drug susceptible and drug resistant TB in Hunan Province, China

Kerri Viney
Research School of Population Health, College of Health & Medicine

This proposal describes a collaborative project between researchers and physicians from ANU, China (Hunan Province), Telethon Kids Institute and Curtin University on the prevention and control of...

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Motivations, expectations and realities: the ‘going-out’ experience of Chinese companies

Pierre van der Eng
Research School of Management, College of Business & Economics

What motivates Chinese companies to invest in subsidiaries in other countries? What difficulties do they face in host countries? How do these difficulties vary across host countries?

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Mainland Southeast Asia integrations with southern China

Greg Raymond
Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, College of Asia & the Pacific

Mainland Southeast Asia is rapidly creating unprecedented connections at the local, regional, and global scales.

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Little Red Podcast

Graeme Smith
Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, College of Asia & the Pacific

The Little Red Podcast, a cooperative project between the Australian National University's Graeme Smith and the University of Melbourne's Louisa Lim, is Australia's leading China-focused podcast...

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Digital text analysis in traditional Chinese studies: exploring possibilities of the computational analysis of multilayered texts

Michael Schimmelpfennig
School of Culture, History & Language, College of Asia & the Pacific

The application asks for funding of the workshop Digital Text Analysis in Traditional Chinese Studies: Exploring Possibilities of the Computational Analysis of Multilayered Texts scheduled to be...

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Blowing in the wind? Assessing the performance of Taiwan as a lead market for offshore wind power in the Asia Pacific

Llewelyn Hughes
Crawford School of Public Policy, College of Asia & the Pacific

Offshore wind power is an emerging source of renewable energy in the Asia-Pacific region. Taiwan

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Funny money and political authority in China

Tom Cliff
School of Culture, History and Language, College of Asia & the Pacific

This publication workshop will bring together leading and up-and-coming Sinologists from diverse disciplinary backgrounds to focus on the problem of “funny money,” and its effect on political...

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