What would Australia’s public diplomacy agenda stand to gain from engaging with its Chinese-language media?
UTS:ACRI WEBINAR: Inside the ‘black box’ of Chinese-language media in Australia – in conversation with Wanning Sun
Chinese-language media in Australia include both long-established legacy media and more recently developed digital/social media. In recent years, this sector has come under increasing scrutiny as discussion around influence and interference by the government of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has grown.
What kinds of stories are popular in Australia’s Chinese-language digital media?
How does Australia’s Chinese-language media negotiate between Australian and PRC state media?
What are the key misconceptions about censorship in Australia’s Chinese-language media?
Why apps are a game changer for Chinese-language media in Australia
UTS:ACRI WEBINAR: The Shortest History of China – in conversation with Linda Jaivin
Chinese politics, language and culture expert Linda Jaivin’s new book The Shortest History of China (Black Inc) ‘distils a vast history into a short, readable account that tells you what you need to know about China, from its philosophical origins to its political system, to the COVID-19 pandemic and where China is likely to lead the world.’
The importance of arts and cultural exchanges in Australia-PRC relations
2020 Henry Chan Lecture: Multicultural citizenship re-imagined: engaging migrants from China
2020 Henry Chan Lecture
Multicultural citizenship re-imagined: engaging migrants from China
Professor Wanning Sun
November 25 2020
Metcalfe Auditorium, State Library of New South Wales
A recording is available online.
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The topic of my presentation is ‘Multicultural citizenship re-imagined: engaging migrants from China’.
Sounds fairly abstract, so let me start with a tiny detail to get us started.