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
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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.
The Australia-PRC economic relationship: greater distancing or closer mutual dependence?
Australia-China monthly wrap-up: September 2020
PRC economic coercion: the recent Australian experience
Australian policy on the PRC: Is it independent of the US’?
澳大利亚的对华政策是独立于美国之外吗? Australia policy on the PRC - is it independent of the US'? (Bilingual)
Australia-China monthly wrap-up: July 2020 | Perspectives: On being 'very different countries' - AUSMIN and China's rise
This edition features:
- Summary and analysis of major developments in July 2020 by Elena Collinson and James Laurenceson.
- Perspectives: ‘On being 'very different countries': AUSMIN and China's rise’ by Professor James Curran. Perspectives is UTS:ACRI's monthly commentary series, featuring a piece on a topical subject in the Australia-China relationship from an invited expert contributor.
SUMMARY AND ANALYSIS OF MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS IN JULY 2020