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.
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.
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.
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...
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?
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.
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...
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...
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
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...