Highlights

In January 2019, the renowned Chinese Guqin master Mr Wang Peng was invited to be part of Sydney Festival, and during his stay in Sydney, he came to ACIAC to do a classical Chinese music workshop.
wang peng group web
Dr Geoff Raby is an economist and diplomat. He went to Beijing in 1986 to serve as First Secretary (Economic) at the Australian Embassy. In 2007, he became the Australian Ambassador to China. In 2011, he started a business advisory firm called Geoff Raby & Associates in Beijing and there he made his home. Dr Raby is currently Chair of ACIAC’s Advisory Board.
Geoff interview
On 12 December, 2018, ACIAC hosted a party to launch its key researcher Dr Tianli Zu’s book - 'The Tao: Conversations about Chinese Arts in Australia' and mark the Institute’s end of the year.
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Professor Jiang Hong, the Associate Editor of the journal 'Foreign Literature', visited ACIAC and gave a talk to an enthusiastic group of young scholars about Australian literary writing in China.
jiang hong talk
On 11 December, 2018, ACIAC Director Professor Labao Wang joined some staff from Willoughby City Council to speak about Chinese culture in one of their training sessions.
willoughby city council
Video recording of ACIAC seminar “Cultural Diplomacy and Australia-China Relations”. Three distinguished speakers including Professor Ien Ang, Professor Jocelyn Chey and Professor Nicholas Jose, were invited to share their views on the topic.
China diplomacy home
On 27 November, 2018, ACIAC Director Professor Labao Wang delivered a seminar talk titled “Deconstructing the Myth of Chinese Face” at the Australia China Small to Medium-sized Enterprises (ACSME) Association.
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On 23 November, 2018, ACIAC’s Visiting Professor Guifang Zhang delivered a seminar talk in which she gave some of her observations about Australian media, and her topic was "The Role of News Media in the Coverage of International Affairs: A Case Study of Australian Coverage of 'China's Influence'".
guifang event 1
On 20 November, 2018, ACIAC hosted a Public Seminar on “Cultural Diplomacy & Australia-China Relations” and three distinguished speakers, including Professor Ien Ang, Professor Jocelyn Chey and Professor Nicholas Jose, shared their views on the topic.
china diplomacy webh
On 14 November, 2018, ACIAC key researcher Dr Jing Han hosted a seminar and spoke about the translation work which had been carried out in collaboration with Western Sydney University on the award-winning drama series ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’.
handmaids event 1

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