The Australian Centre on China in the World (CIW) provides financial and logistical support for ANU academics to undertake research, education and engagement projects related to China. Our flagship project, the China Story Yearbook series, is in its seventh year, with the 2018 Yearbook: Power due out in March 2019. Other ongoing projects include the Made in China Journal and Yearbook, edited by a number of our former Post-doctoral Fellows, and the Little Red Podcast, co-hosted by Graeme Smith (Coral Bell School, ANU) and Louisa Lim (University of Melbourne), and winner of the News and Current Affairs podcast of the year at the 2018 Australian Podcast awards.
A number of new projects are expected to emerge from a major grants round for 2019, with all China scholars at the ANU encouraged to apply.
The China Story Blog
The China Story blog publishes short analysis and commentary on China issues.» read more
China Story Yearbooks
Each year the Australian Centre on China in the World produces a China Story Yearbook centred around a broad theme that encapsulates the major political, economic, social and cultural events in China.» read more
The Little Red Podcast
The Little Red Podcast, co-hosted by Graeme Smith (Coral Bell School, ANU) and Louisa Lim (University of Melbourne) is the winner of the News and Current Affairs podcast of the year at the 2018 Australian Podcast awards and is funded by CIW.» read more
East Asian History
East Asian History is an international refereed journal publishing scholarly research on all aspects of historical studies in East Asia.» read more
Archive — The China Story Project and The Australia–China Story
The China Story Project was a web-based account of contemporary China. The Australia–China Story was a web-based compendium of media reports, comments, and analysis related to the Australia-China relationship.» read more