ACYA Journal of Australia-China Affairs 2013
The third volume of the annual ACYA Journal of Australia-China Affairs has been released!
The 2013 edition is co-published by the Australia-China Youth Association (ACYA) and the University of Sydney China Studies Centre (CSC), and for the first time has been rendered completely bilingual by the ACYA Translation Sub-Committee and peer-reviewed by academic staff of the CSC.
The Journal provides a high-quality and high-visibility platform for students and young professionals to publish academic essays, opinion articles and creative work pertaining to some aspect of Australia and China. It is a unique publication that plays an important role in giving a voice to Australian and Chinese students and young professionals in the Australia-China academic discourse, covering a wide variety of topics and writing styles.
The submissions and review process was extensive and rigorous. From the over fifty submissions received, only the best fifteen have been selected for publication. The finest submission in both the English and Chinese academic essay sections was awarded the ACYA Prize for Youth Scholarship.
ACYA would like to thank our official Journal Partner, the University of Sydney China Studies Centre, the 2013 ACYA Journal Sub-Committee for all their hard work in compiling and editing the Journal, and every Australian and Chinese young person who made a submission and contributed to the Australia-China conversation.
The Journal will be officially launched as part of the closing event of China Studies Centre's Annual Conference 2013. For more information about the launch, please click here.
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