Events

In this workshop, Beijing-based contemporary Chinese Guqin master, Mr Wang Peng, will introduce the seven-stringed bridgeless zither, the Chinese Guqin.
Wang Peng web
This seminar takes a probe into the relatively short history of Australian literature research in China since 1980, and seeks to offer some insights not only into the kinds of Australian authors that have been of special interest to a special group of Chinese readers/researchers but also how they have been read by Chinese scholars.
jiang hong
Join ACIAC for a memorable afternoon celebrating the publication of ACIAC Key Researcher Dr Tianli Zu’s inaugural book, 'The Tao: Conversations on Chinese Art in Australia'.
The Tao web
This seminar explores the role of Australian media in international affairs reporting through a case study on Australian media's coverage of "China's influence".
guifang home 2
What is cultural diplomacy? How has cultural diplomacy contributed to the building and strengthening of Australia-China bilateral relations? What have been the policies and good practices? This public seminar brings together three leading figures in the area to share their insights on the evolving concepts and practices of cultural diplomacy.
cultural diplomacy
In July 2017, SBS exclusively premiered the critically-acclaimed ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ in Australia. It is also the first time for SBS to subtitle an acquired English-language program in LOTE. Dr Jing Han, who initiated and led the project, will speak about the cultural and linguistic challenges encountered in subtitling this highly nuanced and complex drama into Chinese.
Hands maid tale web
This seminar explores fansubbing, in terms of its cultural, socio-political and technological entanglements with the digital publics of China.
dingkun talk web update
Dr. Bing Chen, an Assistant Professor from Peking University, is invited to ACIAC to give a talk about Australia-born China correspondent, G. E. Morrison.
Chen Bing's Talk web 1
This symposium will involve a selected group of speakers and papers exploring the dynamics, complexity and diversity of Chinese digital publishing and reading.
reading
To mark the Dragon Boat Festival, ACIAC is inviting two Australian writers, Isabelle Li and Mark Tredinnick, to do a poetry panel to have a conversation on the nature of poetry writing and poetry translation.
poetry panel

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