Australian National University
|The Australian National University has been at the leading edge of Australian and international research since it was established in 1946. Attracting some of the best staff and students from across the world ANU is consistently ranked among the world’s leading universities.The Australian National University is one of the foremost institutions in the world outside of China for research and teaching about China. The University's academic staff includes close to fifty China specialists in the social sciences and humanities. Their study of China is both broad and deep, covering, language, literature, film and art history, philosophy and religion, gender and cultural studies, history, human rights, politics and government, economics, sociology, anthropology, the Chinese diaspora, environmental studies, and archaeology.Research and teaching of Chinese studies at ANU are concentrated in the ANU College of Asia & the Pacific. Please follow the link above for more information on China studies at the Australian National University and undergraduate and post-graduate study options.|
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|Australia China Business Council|
|Asialink is Australia’s leading centre for the promotion of public understanding of the countries of Asia and of Australia's role in the region. It works with business, government, philanthropic and cultural partners to initiate and strengthen Australia-Asia engagement on all levels and across all sectors.The organisation excels in "soft diplomacy" - delivering high-level forums, international collaborations, leadership training, education, community health and cultural exchange programs in Australia and Asia.Asialink was founded in 1990 with the support of The Myer Foundation and The University of Melbourne. It established a Sydney office in 2013 and its Asialink Leaders Program runs each year in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.Its sister organisation, the Asia Education Foundation, is Australia's leading organisation dedicated to advocating and supporting the study of Asia and Asian languages in primary and secondary schools.Its business capability division – Asialink Business – works with assistance from the Commonwealth Department of Industry and the Australian business community to equip Australia’s workforce to engage successfully with the Asian region.Learn more about Asialink at: http://asialink.unimelb.edu.au/||The Australia China Business Council (ACBC) is a membership-based, non-profit, non-governmental organisation comprising of a National Office, six Branches, and more than 1500 representatives from over 700 Australian companies who do business with China.Founded in 1973, ACBC actively promotes two-way trade and investment, and economic cooperation and understanding, between the business communities of Australia and China.ACBC plays an influential role as an advisor to the Australian Government on commercial relations with China. We are a strong supporter of a comprehensive Free Trade Agreement between Australia and China to foster more competitive business in both nations.With a National Office plus six Branch Offices in New South Wales, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia and Victoria, ACBC provides regular business-focused activities for our members. We also sponsor a series of national events each year which include a day of networking in Canberra to meet with Australian Government Ministers and senior officials, and the annual China Oration given by an outstanding Australian or international China expert.|
|Australian Business Forum||China-Australia Chamber of Commerce|
|Australian Business Forum (ABF) is an Australian independent organisation that supports Australian companies wanting to do business in China and elsewhere in Asia. It is committed to identifying and understanding knowledge gaps for Australian SMEs, bringing together industry leaders, leading international academics, senior government officials, economists and other community leaders to provide input and advice, while establishing high quality platforms to facilitate dialogue, business and partnerships. ABF has developed a range of SME-focused initiatives, including Australia-China Business Week, China Digital Conference and China Lunch Club.||Founded in Beijing in 1996, The China-Australia Chamber of Commerce's (AustCham Beijing) overriding goal is to advance Australian Business in China. It functions to provide members with the information, resources and contacts they need to succeed in China. The Chamber maintains a good working relationship with the Australian Embassy and with the various Australian government departments in China. AustCham is a non-profit organisation which operates independently from government. It is funded entirely by our membership and Chamber activities. Together with our sister AustChams in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Guangzhou, we work to promote strong trade and investment links between Australia and China.|
|孔子学院 - 墨尔本大学||澳中同学联谊会|
|Confucius Institue - Melbourne University||Australia China Alumni Association|
|The Confucius Institute is a centre of education excellence for Australian companies wishing to do business in China, the general public who has an interest in Chinese language and culture, and for Chinese companies and executives working in Australia. Confucius Institute at the University of Melbourne is pleased to offer ACYPI members a 10% discount on Chinese language or cultural classes. Email Confucius Institute or visit their web page to enrol.||The Australia China Alumni Association (ACAA) is the largest and most active alumni network in China with more than 6,200 alumni, including VIPs in senior corporate and government positions. Founded in 2007 as a not-for-profit organization the ACAA is dedicated to helping all China-based alumni reconnect with their Australian universities and each other. The ACAA organizes regular professional and social events in Beijing, Guangzhou and Shanghai, plus a growing number of activities in other venues such as Tianjin and Shenzhen.|
|Australia China Connections|
|Australia China Connections magazine and website are devoted exclusively to Australia China trade issues. Published bimonthly, Australia China Connections provides essential insight into the changing relationship between Australia and China and its implications for businesses that prosper between the two countries.With an extensive mix of news and analysis, case studies of companies that have been successful doing bilateral business, contributions from top officials and academics, and the latest statistics and figures, Australia China Connections keeps readers fully up to date on issues and events that impact the business relationship between Australia and China.|