Highlights

On 16 May, 2019, one of Sydney’s world-renowned Chinese Australian artists Adam Chang came to ACIAC for the opening of his exhibition — “Adam Chang’s Pandas and Treasures" — at Western Sydney University.
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In ACIAC's inaugural Annual Address, its Adjunct Professor Carrillo Gantner AC spoke about the history of Australia-China relations and shared his experience in the cultural exchange between Australia and China.
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On 7 May 2019, Perth-based photographer Tami Xiang was invited to ACIAC to do a sharing on her recent photography series titled “Peasantography.”
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To mark the 100th anniversary of the Chinese New Culture Movement (also known as the May Fourth Movement), on 1 May 2019, ACIAC invited one of Australia’s best renowned Chinese literature experts, Professor Jon Eugene von Kowallis from the University of New South Wales who delivered a public talk on “Takeuchi’s Lu Xun/China’s Takeuchi”.
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On 15 April, 2019, Gallery Manager of Vermilion Art, Ms Man Luo, was invited to ACIAC to meet its Master of Chinese Cultural Relations students for a session of experience-sharing.
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On 10 April, 2019, ACIAC had its Adjunct Professor Carrillo Gantner AC in to kick off the series with his inaugural lecture, “Hugging Bears”.
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On 5 April, 2019, one of Australia’s renowned experts on Chinese language and culture, Linda Jaivin gave a seminar at ACIAC and talked about her two novels that are set in China — "A Most Immoral Woman" and "The Empress Lover".
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On 28 March, 2019, ACIAC opened the exhibition of thirteen artworks by the transcultural artist — Bingbing Chen。 Pro-Vice Chancellor of WSU Professor James Arvanitakis, who is also curator of the exhibition, spoke at the opening.
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On 19 March, 2019, Post-80s visual artist and art educator Rose Wong visited ACIAC and shared her recent works and artistic practices.
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On 2 March, ACIAC hosted a reception to mark 2019 Chinese New Year with the community. The reception attracted an enthusiastic audience of over 100 people from all over Sydney.
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