New Zealand Contemporary China Research Centre

New Zealand Contemporary China Research Centre

Welcome to the New Zealand Contemporary China Research Centre

The Centre is a national centre to promote knowledge and understanding of China today through support for research including collaborative research, lectures, seminars, conferences, visitor exchanges and information sharing. It aims to provide a forum for research on contemporary China, and create a strong and enduring New Zealand network of China specialists, academics and providers. It also aims to strengthen ties between scholars and researchers in leading institutions in New Zealand and counterparts in China.

 

The New Zealand Contemporary China Research Centre is based at Victoria University of Wellington, and in addtion to Victoria University of Wellington it has five University Members. These are: the University of Auckland, Auckland University of Technology, the University of Canterbury, the University of Otago and the University of Waikato.

 

For more on the Centre, click on About Us.

Events

Sep23SeminarsEthnic Minority Films in 21st century China
Date: 23 September 2014
Time: 4.30 pm
Venue: MYLT 101, Murphy Building, Kelburn Campus
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News

16 September 2014 Shanghai Social Sciences Association Delegation visits China Centre
A four-people delegation headed by Professor Shen Guoming, executive president of Shanghai Social Sciences Association… Read more
10 September 2014 YU Changsen on China's Economic Relations with the Pacific
Last month Yu Changsen of the National Centre for Oceania Studies at Sun Yat-sen University in China visited the China Research Centre to give a presentation on China's Economic Relations with the Pacific. Read more
8 September 2014 China’s Economy in the Context of Globalization and Regional Integration
A delegation from the Institute of World Economics and Politics at the Chinese Academy of… Read more

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China at the Crossroads 

This year's annual conference on contemporary China gathered together an outstanding group of leading international experts on contemporary China to explore the November 2013 Third Plenum Decision. Scholars from the US, Australia and China analysed the 2013 Decision in light of China's reform challenges and drew out the implications for New Zealand and the region. 

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Symposium marks 40 Years of Diplomatic Relations in Beijing

The China Centre marked the 40th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between New Zealand and China.

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New Zealand and China: Looking Ahead, What China's Comprehensive Reforms means for New Zealand

This is Ambassador Wang Lutong first public lecture in New Zealand. The lecture focused on New Zealand-China relations with particular emphasis on looking ahead and what China’s comprehensive reform means for New Zealand.

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China, the World Economy and New Zealand

The economic rise of China presents New Zealand commentators and analysts with the task of making sense of not only how Chinese growth will impact New Zealand's economic relations with China, but how the internationalization of the Chinese economy is shaping the structure of the world economy and what this means for individual countries like New Zealand.

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