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From the success of the Chinese Australian History Series 1 in 2020, the Australia-China Institute for Arts and Culture is very pleased to launch Series 2, with the first lecture entitled From Family Story to Australia’s Story, featuring Tim Watts MP in conversation with Professor Stephen FitzGerald.
Dr Geoff Raby’s new book China’s Grand Strategy and Australia’s Future in the New Global Order is released at a time when the debate on China has become highly polarised. Dr Raby argues that the rise of China, Trump's America First policies, division within Europe and successful defiance by authoritarian states are all affecting the shape of the emerging new world order.
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In 1988 a Chinese artist named Zhou Xiaoping came to Australia for his solo exhibition in Melbourne. Then he took a trip to Alice Spring. Travelling alone to Uluru, he got lost in the desert on a scorching day with the temperature as high as 50°C. Miraculously, he was rescued by three Aboriginal boys. That adventure marked the beginning of Xiaoping’s 30-year journey of living with and learning from Aboriginal people and artists.
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This conversation will explore possible scenarios for bilateral relations with China over the next couple of years with and without engagement. While the decline of the relationship over the past three years has been well documented, many options for the future remain to be considered. Speakers include Michael Smith, China correspondent for the Australian Financial Review, and Dr Geoff Raby, Director of Geoff Raby Associates and former ambassador to China (2007-2011).
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