Highlights

Chinese Australian calligrapher David Liu刘尧 and Chinese artist Mr. Lu Zhide陆志德 visited ACIAC on 17 April, 2018.
Lu painter1
The celebrated translator of Australian literature, Professor LI Yao, was in ACIAC of Western Sydney University on April 12, 2018, for the launch of his ten-volume selection of Australian literature translations.
book giving
By analysing recent Chinese Internet events, ACIAC Visiting Professor Guifang Zhang emphasized the importance of providing factual information before media professionals in China can help to ameliorate prejudices and prevent extreme opinions from engulfing the media scene.
Guifang talk main
On 8 March 2018, ACIAC postdoctoral research fellow Dr. Kiu-wai Chu gave a well-attended seminar talk titled “Shanshui in the Anthropocene: Comparative Ecocriticism in Chinese Visual Culture.”
kiu-wai talk 1
On 24 February, the Australia-China Institute for Arts and Culture of Western Sydney University celebrated 2018 Chinese New Year with guests from all over Sydney.
NY 2018 web 1
On 15 February, 2018, famous Chinese artist Mr. Xie Tianci (谢天赐) visited ACIAC to speak about his artistic career and practice in a seminar.
xie tianci visit 1
ACIAC Professor Jocelyn Chey attended the annual conference of the Australasian Humour Studies Network at Central Queensland University, Cairns.
jocelyn conference
ACIAC Director Professor Labao Wang spoke at the opening of the 2018 Homestead Art Exhibition at the Parliament House of NSW on 5 February, 2018.
Art Exhibition 1
ACIAC Director Labao Wang met with WSU’s distinguished alumna, the Director of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Dr. Melissa Chiu, in Sydney on 30 December, 2017.
Melissa Chiu meeting
ACIAC postdoctoral fellow Dr. Kiu-wai Chu participated in two academic events to present his essays on how eco-documentaries should facilitate us in thinking in ecocritical ways.
waste

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