UTS:ACRI/BIDA Poll 2021: Australian views on the Australia-China relationship
The inaugural annual UTS:ACRI:BIDA Poll 2021, released by the Australia-China Relations Institute and the Centre for Business Intelligence & Data Analytics at the University of Technology Sydney, is the most comprehensive survey of Australian public opinion on Australia’s relationship with the People’s Republic of China (PRC) to date.
Australia’s China politics heats up
Australia-China monthly wrap-up: May 2021
Interview: UTS:ACRI Director James Laurenceson speaks with the Global Times (Bilingual)
Note: This interview appeared in the Global Times on May 20 2021. This transcript includes a Simplified Chinese translation by Jun Wang, NAATI Level 3 translator (NAATI ID: 80136).
本采访于2021年5月20日发表于环球时报。本文由 Jun Lucius Wang（NAATI三级翻译员; NAATI ID: 80136）翻译。
UTS:ACRI WEBINAR: 'China Panic: Australia’s alternative to paranoia and pandering' – in conversation with David Brophy
As Australia’s debate on the People’s Republic of China (PRC) continues to intensify, there are oft calls made for a new approach to PRC policy. What might such an alternative look like?