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  • CSC Event - How to do fieldwork in China?[10 November 2017]

    On 12 October, the China Studies Centre held the event "How to do fieldwork in China". Doing fieldwork in China can be an eye-opening experience, but without sufficient consideration of the particular political, social and cultural environment, it can be a daunting task. This event presented examples from experienced fieldworkers, to research students and early-career researchers who planned to conduct fieldwork in China. More

  • CSC Event - How to use and translate Chinese language materials[10 November 2017]

    On 14 September, the China Studies Centre held the event " How to use and translate Chinese language materials for research and dissemination to the public". The speakers, novelist and translator Linda Jaivin and the director of the China Studies Centre Professor Luigi Tomba, shared their decades of experience in translating Chinese materials, from films, interviews, articles to books and official documents for their research and writing. More

  • CSC event: How to get published[10 November 2017]

    On 2 August, the China Studies Centre held the event "How to get published". This event was organised to help the audience understand the business of publishing and increase chances of publishing their China-related research. More

  • Partnership Collaboration Awards The University of Sydney and Shanghai Jiao Tong University[10 November 2017]

    The Partnership Collaboration Awards provides funding to support joint initiatives in internationalisation between the University of Sydney (USyd) and Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU). More

  • Studnet member's activity[11 October 2017]

    As a PhD student member of the China Studies Centre, I am a working on a comparative study on preschool arts education - Australia vs. China. More

  • 2017 Sydney China Business Forum[26 September 2017]

    A few media outlets reported on the Sydney China Business Forum hosted by China Studies Centre on 25 September. More

  • 2017 Suzhou Shanghai Field School[11 September 2017]

    Sixteen students participated in the 2017 Suzhou-Shanghai Field School in July. Students came from many disciplines including Government and International Relations, Law, Economics, Political Economy, Asian Studies and Sociology. More

  • New book: Economic Development in China's Northwest[17 July 2017]

    Dr Joshua Bird, the first graduate from the University of Sydney's China Studies Centre PhD program has just had his thesis published as a book by Routledge. More

  • CSAA Conference 2017[29 June 2017]

    Professor Luigi Tomba, Director of the China Studies Centre, will give a Keynote Lecture, "Designing the New Socialist City: Examples from the Great Leap Forward", at the upcoming Chinese Studies Association of Australia 15th Biennial Conference on Monday, 10 July. More

  • Migration to China in early 20th century [20 June 2017]

    Dr Sophie Loy-Wilson from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences spoke to ABC Radio National about Australian migration to China in the 20th Century. More

  • Student activity [13 June 2017]

    This student is supported by China Studies Centre's CSC Graduate Research Students Support Grants More

  • CSC event: How to maximise your job opportunities in China-related fields[5 June 2017]

    On 31 May,2017, the China Studies Centre held the event " How to maximise your job opportunities in China-related fields". More