China's Global Course: The Political Economy of China Going Global
The Wellington Conference on Contemporary China this year will be held in Wellington 20-21 August.
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Lectures and Seminars
The Challenges of Building the Social Sector in China
Professor Andrew Watson of the Centre for Asian Studies at the University of Adelaide, spoke at the China Centre in Novemnber 2012. His topic was the challenge of building the social sector to achieve greater social justice and equity to respond to the social and economic challenges facing China.
Chinese NPPCC Chairman Jia delivers a keynote speech at the Centre to mark the 40th anniversary of the NZ-China diplomatic relations
Chinese NPPCC Chairman Jia Qinglin, leading a 40-person strong delegation in an official visit to New Zealand, delivered a keynote speech at the NZ Contemporary China Research Centre on the 17th April, 2012, as part of the celebration of the 40th anniversary of New Zealand-China diplomatic relations.
Senior Chinese Scholar Lectures on China and the United States in the Asia-Pacific
Professor Liru Cui, the president of China Institute of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR) and this year’s Prime Minister Fellow from China, gave a public lecture to an audience of more than 40 participants from the policy, academic and diplomatic communities on ‘China and the United States in the Asia Pacific' jointly hosted by New Zealand Contemporary China Research Centre and Centre for Strategic Studies in Victoria University
Seminar on Preserving Stability in China: The Ritualistic Quality of Political Discourse
Professor Maruizio Marinelli, Director of the China Research Centre of the University of Technology, Sydney, gave a seminar looking at the political use of formalized language, with particular attention to the possible attainment, via language of the declared aim of 'preserving stability'.
Seminar on Development and Opening-Up
of Film Industry in China
Dr Kang Xueju, China Centre's Visiting Fellow this yearn and Associate Professor at Hebei University of Economics and Business, presented a seminar on the Chinese Film Industry on Thursday 2 August.