Made in China Summer School 2020 poster

[Postponed] Global China: Resistance and Adaptation- Made in China Summer School 2020

13 April 2020
The Made in China Summer School 2020 'Global China: Resistance and Adaptation' will be held in Florence, Italy. The Summer School will bring together scholars from all over the world for five days of discussions with trade unionists, international NGO activists, and students.

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Meet Lin Cui: From Data to Decisions

2 April 2020
Lin Cui is Professor of international business in the ANU Research School of Management. He speaks to us about what attracted him to the ANU, the changing role of Chinese FDI to Australia, and his new research project on Chinese multinational enterprises.

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Meet Annie Ren: Global Citizen, Chinese Classics’ Enthusiast and Martial Arts Fiction Translator

26 March 2020
Annie Ren is a PhD candidate at the School of Culture, History, and Language. Annie tells us why she undertook a PhD on the 18th-century Chinese novel, 紅樓夢 (the Dream of the Red Chamber), and how it illuminates our understanding of contemporary Chinese society.

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Ivan Franceschini

Meet Ivan Franceschini: Filmmaker, Translator and Made in China Journal co-editor

12 March 2020
Dr Ivan Franceschini is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs and at the Australian Centre on China in the World. He speaks about labour and civil society in contemporary Chinese politics, the success of Made in China Journal, and his current research.

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Hongbo Ji

Meet Dr Hongbo Ji, Asia Foundation Fellow

5 March 2020
Dr Hongbo Ji is an Asia Foundation Fellow at the Australian Centre on China in the World researching China's constructive global engagement. Dr Ji shares with us what attracted her to the ANU, her role at the Asia Foundation, and what she likes about Canberra.

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PM Modi with Chinese President Xi Jinping

India under threat? Delhi issues warning to China over ‘threats to our sovereignty’

30 January 2020
CHINESE vessels have started to enter the Indian Ocean at an increasing rate causing alarm over Beijing's territorial encroachment.

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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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