• Hubei Provincial Government Scholarship (Deadline extended to Tuesday 14 June 2016)[6 June 2016]

    Hubei Provincial Department of Education established the Hubei Provincial Government Scholarship for International Students from the ASEAN Countries, and from Australia, New Zealand and Fiji for students who intend to study Chinese for one semester/one academic year or one-year foundation course in China. More

  • The Sydney-Guangzhou Sustainability Forum [3 June 2016]

    The event brought together scholars from the University of Sydney, UNSW Australia, UTS, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangdong University of Technology, and South China University of Technology to discuss their research into key environmental challenges facing the cities of Sydney and Guangzhou. More

  • Chinese investors make presence felt[3 June 2016]

    Our member Professor Hans Hendrischke was quoted on CHINADAILY ASIA on Chinese invesement in Australia. More

  • Sydney delegation in Guangzhou celebrates and strengthens ties with China[1 June 2016]

    The City of Sydney has taken a 100-person delegation to Guangzhou, including Sydney businesses travelling with the Australia China Business Council and representatives from the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, the University of Sydney, the University of Technology Sydney and the 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art. More

  • Australian sinologists positive on ties with China [30 May 2016]

    China and Australia should intensify collaboration in politics, economy, culture as well as peoples based on their current sound ties, Australian experts on Chinese studies expressed their optimism over bilateral ties at a symposium held in Sydney on Friday. More

  • Guangzhou-Sydney Sustainability Forum.Green.Global.Connected.[26 May 2016]

    2016 marks the 30th anniversary of the Sydney-Guangzhou sister city relationship. Sydney and Guangzhou are natural partners as Australia-China relations grow from strength-to-strength. Both are economically dynamic port cities and financial centres, with thriving services and innovation sectors. More

  • University of Sydney Fellowships[25 May 2016]

    The University of Sydney Fellowships is a post-doc program that aims to attract outstanding early career researchers to the University of Sydney to contribute to and enhance the research strengths and culture of the university. More

  • Australia China Young Scientists Exchange Program (YSEP)[9 May 2016]

    The Australia-China Young Scientists Exchange Program (YSEP) is a joint initiative funded by the Australian Department of Industry Innovation and Science and the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST). It is supported by the Commonwealth of Australia under the Australia-China Science and Research Fund (science and research knowledge exchange). More

  • Short Term Faculty Exchange Program 2016-2017[1 April 2016]

    The Short Term Faculty Exchange Program MOU between the University of Sydney (Sydney) and the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) aims to promote beneficial linkage and strengthen academic collaboration of the two institutions through a one-week visit of the selected academics. More

  • China Studies Centre funding leads to book on human costs of China's urbanisation[9 February 2016]

    More than thirty academics across the University of Sydney and various universities in China stress that the human costs from China's urbanisation and economic achievement should not be ignored, in Urbanisation and Public Health in China, published January 2016, with funding support from the China Studies Centre. More

  • A China Studies Centre Research Grant and the Education of "Good" Citizens in China[2 December 2015]

    On Monday 7 December 2015, members of the China Studies Centre and academic staff of the University of Sydney will enhance their understanding of moral and citizenship education in China at a special symposium with financial backing from the China Studies Centre. More

  • China Studies Centre collaboration leads to new book[26 November 2015]

    Two members of the China Studies Centre, Associate Professor Linda Tsung and Dr Wei Wang, have edited and published a new book by John Benjamins Publishing Company, a leading publisher in Australia, thanks to an academic exchange platform provided by the China Studies Centre. More