Publications

The China Studies Centre produces a range of publications by academic members related to China research.

2013 Yearbook

2013 Yearbook

The China Studies Centre 2013 Yearbook gives examples of events and many different areas of research and activity that the Centre has been involved in throughout 2013. It showcases the people that the Centre supports, the work of the staff in the Centre.
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China Express

China Express

China Express is the centre's online magazine. It showcases the academic work in China Studies conducted by our own University of Sydney staff and our academic colleagues in China.

Each edition features articles authored by members from two of the China Studies Centre’s 16 academic groups, an article by an external contributor, and a visual component.

China Today China Tomorrow

China Today China Tomorrow

China Today, China Tomorrow presents diverse perspectives from members, and visitors, and voices across the world we engage with, on what aspects of China means, and how we can interpret and understand the country and its internal and external behaviour better.

ACYA Journal of Australia-China Affairs

ACYA Journal

The ACYA Journal provides a high-quality and high-visibility platform for students and young professionals to publish in-depth academic essays, original opinion articles, and creative entries focussing upon some aspect of Australia-China affairs.

China in Perspective

China in Perspective

A book series titled China in Perspective is being produced by UK-based publisher Edward Elgar. The series will publish edited volumes resulting from the Centre’s workshops and conferences, and monographs written by Centre members.

Annual report

2012 Annual report cover

Alongside its statutory reporting obligations, the Annual Report for the centre shows the scope of our activities, across disciplines and faculties in the University.

Policy paper series

Policy papers

The China Studies Centre has established a policy papers series to examine the role that China plays, and might continue to play, in key areas. In this series, international experts set out ideas about China in an accessible form for as wide an audience as possible.