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Several of Linda Jaivin’s novels are set in China. In this seminar, she will talk about the inspiration, the research and the process of writing. She will also address the question: can anyone claim to ‘own’ the China story?
On 19 March 2019, Post-80s visual artist and art educator Rose Wong visited ACIAC and shared her recent works and artistic practices.
In this seminar, Professor Jon Eugene von Kowallis from the University of New South Wales will talk about the founder of modern Chinese literature, Lu Xun 鲁迅and his foremost exponent in Japan, the writer and philosopher Takeuchi Yoshimi 竹内好.

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The only course of its kind, our Master of Chinese Cultural Relations helps you develop an understanding of Australian and Chinese culture and cultural policy, intercultural communication, international business management, and cultural diplomacy.
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