General

  • 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

  • CSC event: How to find China-related resources[16 May 2017]

    On 3 May,2017, the China Studies Centre held the event "How to find China-related resources". This event aimed to help the research students, early career researchers and anyone engaged and/or interested in the China-related research to develop a comprehensive and effective search strategy to find relevant resources for their research projects. More

  • Outcomes of China Studies Centre Research Grants Scheme[11 May 2017]

    Congratulations to the recipients of the 2017 China Studies Centre Research Grants Scheme. More

  • When the Past Meets the Uncertain Future [8 May 2017]

    On April 19, 2017, Dr Non Arkaraprasertkul, a new member of the China Studies Centre who teaches urban design and planning at the Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning, gave a talk titled "When the Past Meets the Uncertain Future: Anthropological Reflections on Heritage and Gentrification in Shanghai" at Fudan University. More

  • Dr Wei Li in the media[20 February 2017]

    SBS Cantonese interviewed Dr Wei Li from the Business School about Chinese investment in the Australian property market. More

  • Visiting Fellowships in Chinese Studies at the University of Sydney[14 February 2017]

    The Department of Chinese Studies will have the honour of appointing one to two distinguished Visiting Fellows each year from 2017 to 2021, thanks to the acuity of vision and generosity of James Lee, a Hong Kong based University of Sydney alumnus. Located within the School of Languages and Cultures, the Department's priorities and specializations encompass a wide spectrum of studies in literature, language, linguistics, translation, and cultures. More

  • Wishing you a prosperois year of the Rooster[31 January 2017]

    Vice-Chancellor and Principal Dr Michael Spence shares a special Chinese New Year message with our University community, reflecting on the Year of the Monkey and the opportunities the Year of the Rooster will bring. More

  • 5 predictions for China in 2017[31 January 2017]

    The University of Sydney has many University academics who in various and diverse ways work on China. In new commentary, some of these experts share their predictions for China in 2017. More