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MEDIA RELEASE: Delegates selected to participate in the 2015 ACYD in Brisbane, Australia

The Australia-China Youth Dialogue (ACYD) is delighted to announce today the delegates selected to participate in the 2015 ACYD to be held in Brisbane, Australia from 4-7 December. From the nearly 250 applications, 30 delegates have been selected to participate in the Dialogue. Short listing delegates proved a difficult task for the selection committee as the overall candidate standard was extremely high.

REGIONAL CHINA RISES: AUSTRALIAN BUSINESSES SHOULD VENTURE BEYOND SHANGHAI AND SHENZHEN TO RIDE THE PROJECT OF THE CENTURY

By Stephanie Daveson & Aidan Lavin

CHINESE PROVERB: A LOST OPPORTUNITY NEVER RETURNS (机不可失, 时不再来) Australia’s perception of China has been shaped by Shanghai’s glamour, the halls of power in Beijing and Shenzhen’s vibrant economy. These centres are important, but for Australian businesses there are opportunities elsewhere in China.

MEDIA RELEASE: New partnership between ACYD and Asia Society

Asia Society Australia is Australia’s leading national centre for engagement with the Indo-Pacific Asia, based in Sydney.  Asia Society Australia promotes greater connectivity and deeper understanding between Australia and the Indo-Pacific in the areas of business, policy, culture and education and provides a high-level and innovative platform for Australian and Asian leaders and champions of engagement to connect, exchange ideas and develop meaningful relationships. Asia Society Australia is a not-for-profit, non-governmental and non-political organisation empowered by the membership of leading Australian and regional business, education and cultural institutions.

China’s “new normal”: structural change, better growth, and peak emissions

By 2014 delegate Fergus Green and Professor Stern

China has grown rapidly – often at double-digit rates – for more than three decades
by following a strategy of high investment, strong export orientation and energy-intensive
manufacturing. While this growth lifted hundreds of millions out of poverty, it also heightened problems of inequality – personal, regional and urban-rural – and intensified pollution, congestion and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

Post-dialogue 2014: Collection of articles by ACYD 2014 delegates

Post-dialogue 2014: Collection of articles by ACYD 2014 delegates

See what our ACYD 2014 delegates have to say about Australia-China relations. This collection of brilliant works are inspired by the cross-culture interactions during the dialogue last November in Beijing and is brought to you by our delegates from a diverse range of professions. They will share their understandings in Australia-China relations from their own field of expertise.

Henry Makeham speaks to Asialink about his experience and Australia-Asia relationship

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Henry Makeham in Hong Kong from Asialink Video on Vimeo.

Henry is a Trainee Solicitor for the International Corporate Finance Group at Sidley Austin, and the founder of Australia-China Youth Dialogue. He speaks on his experiences living and working in Hong Kong, and offers insights on how Australia can make a stronger contribution towards building its relations with Asia.

“中澳桥梁”董瑾:时代再变 我也能活出精彩

经营着两家跨国投资公司、作为仅有的青年女性代表出席亚太经贸合作组织峰会(APEC)及二十国集团(G20)峰会、并获誉维州旅游局形象大使及南澳教育署形象大使等诸多称号的“女强人”董瑾在赴北京参加第五届“澳中青年对话”活动期间接受本报专访,为读者讲述了自己由留学生一步步奋斗,跻身澳洲主流社会并化身澳中关系桥梁的心路历程

2014澳中青年论坛:“中国情结”和“澳大利亚故事”

2014澳中青年论坛:“中国情结”和“澳大利亚故事”

11月24日,2014澳中青年论坛(ACYD)在北京闭幕。为期4天的论坛讨论了气候变化、媒体转型、食品安全、中国消费者市场、企业家精神、中澳双边关系等10余个话题,增进了两国青年领袖对彼此社会和文化的了解。21日晚,ACYD的30名代表在澳大利亚驻华使馆参加了大使孙芳安举行的招待会。