Over 40 years of education exchanges, shared interests and strong policy foundations have contributed to the wide-ranging Australia-China education and research relationship.
Australia is one of the key partners for China in education, research, and science and both countries are continuously exploring new frontiers of engagement.
ACC goal: Education - Support practical and effective solutions to enhance China literacy, business and cultural capabilities of Australian institutions and people to effectively engage with China, and promote education, science and innovation connectivity between Australia and China.
2013 Australia-China Youth Dialogue
The fourth Australia-China Youth Dialogue (ACYD) will be held from 24 to 29 September in Canberra and Melbourne. ACYD is a premier bilateral youth forum that brings together emerging Australian and Chinese leaders in a week-long exchange of ideas and perspectives on the broad range of bilateral interests. The Australia-China Council continues to be a major founding partner of the Dialogue.
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Visit to China by 2012 Young Australian of the Year, Marita Cheng: Inspiring a new generation of women in engineering
The Council was delighted to support a visit to China by Marita Cheng, 2012 Young Australian of the Year and founder of Robogals. The visit was co-ordinated by the Australian Embassy in Beijing and Australian Consulates in Shanghai and Guangzhou.
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Engaging China Project
The Australia-China Council supports practical and innovative projects that develop Asia capabilities and promote the importance of Asia literacy among young Australians. One of the new programs we support this year is the Engaging China Project initiated by the Australia-China Youth Association (ACYA).
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Australian Guide to Chinese Language Publishing & Translating
An Australian Guide to Chinese Language Publishing & Translating has been produced by the Australia-China Council to facilitate quality Chinese publishing by Australian organisations. Most material published in Chinese by Australian companies and government agencies is translated from English and the Guide discusses a range of translation issues.
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