Dr Yijia Li, a delegate of ACYD 2013, talks with SBS Mandarin about his research in stem cells and 'bridging ties' between Australia and China. Interview conducted in Chinese.
In a new book, Labor’s Tim Watts takes a political and personal look at Australia’s great achievement – ‘outgrowing its beginnings’. Tim Watts was a delegate of ACYD 2015.
As disruption spawns a new style of leadership, AFR BOSS magazine explores how Millennial leaders differ from their older counterparts.
Meet Elva Zhang. Originally from China, Elva is an Australian-qualified lawyer with a Master of Laws from Geneva, Switzerland. Elva thrives in multinational environment and her international experience proves to be a huge asset in the business world. Elva was also a delegate of ACYD 2014 and has been a long time contributor to the dialogue since.
Neil Thomas is a Research Associate at MacroPolo at the Paulson Institute, where he works on Chinese politics and international political economy. Neil previously worked for The Australian National University, both as a Morrison Scholar at the Australian Centre on China in the World and as a Research Project Officer at the Crawford School of Public Policy. He has also spent time at the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center, Danwei Media, and The Texas Tribune, and has written for various publications. Neil holds a Master in Public Policy from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
On 24th November 2018, the Australia China Alumni Awards were announced at the Westin Beijing Chaoyang Hotel. Lisa Qin, a 2013 alumna of ACYD was awarded winner of the category AIDE – Young Australia China Alumni of the Year Award. Congratulations Lisa!
适逢今年的3.8国际妇女节之际，Lindy Hou女士受澳大利亚驻广州总领事馆邀请亲临广州分享她的人生轨迹。期间，澳贸委商务专员暨澳大利亚驻广州商务领事Anna Lin 与Lindy进行了访谈。
To come up with a low-cost arsenic removal technique, Kate Smith, an Australian PhD candidate at Tsinghua's School of Environment, spent days experimenting with different filters.
For Australian student Chloe Dempsey, a trip to China in 2012 to work as a volunteer English teacher in rural Sichuan sparked a deep curiosity for the country and its people that would eventually lead her to becoming involved with the Foundation for Australian Studies in China (FASIC), and return to China on a regular basis.
Cindy Gottinger moved to Shanghai to start her role as Industry Lead at Google, where she helps Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) MNCs leverage existing and emerging technologies to digitalise and transform their marketing operations. With over fifteen years’ involvement in the Australia China community, Cindy continues to be actively involved both in Australia and China. Serving as the Executive Director of Australia China Young Professional Initiative(ACYPI) in Greater China, she successfully established a platform for young professionals to engage in bilateral discussions and exchange. Cindy spoke to Advance about how Australia-China relations are important to keep Australia forward-moving and agile, her involvement with the ACYPI, and what the rest of the world can learn from China.
ACYD alumus Helen Zhang was recently awarded with the ANU Young Alumni of the Year. Following predecessor Henry Makeham (2015) and Alan Wu (2016), Helen has been the third ACYD alumus in a row to receive the honor. Congratulations Helen!
Jill Xiaozhou Ju, an ACYD alumnus, was recently listed Forbes 30 under 30, a very significant achievement. Graduate of Peking University and Harvard Business School, Jill has worked in UBS in Hong Kong and Beijing, and is currently working at Greystar Europe managing a portfolio around 1Bn Pounds. Jill shared her story and motivation with ACYD organizer Mert Erkul recently, and here is their interview.
Australia is sending its first ever intellectual property counsellor to Beijing this month as Canberra steps up support for businesses expanding into China by helping them to protect their trademarks. The new IP counsellor, David Bennett, is a delegate of 2016 ACYD.
Kate Smith (史凯特), an alumni of ACYD 2015 writes a book with her friends about their lives in China as international students studying in Chinese universities, IN CHINESE
Asia 21, the preeminent network of young leaders from across the Asia-Pacific, today announced its 2016 class. Comprised of 32 emerging leaders from 24 countries representing the private, public, and nonprofit sectors, this year’s class is a remarkable group focused on shaping a brighter future for the Asia-Pacific region. Among these selected emerging leaders TWO are alumni of ACYD.
Danma has been moving from strength to strength since her time as an ACYD 2011 Delegate and 2012 Speaker. Danma has recently embarked on a crowdfunding campaign for her social enterprise, Maya Mountain.
Congratulations Crystal Tsoi, ACYD 2014 Alumni on this recent appointment.
From working alongside Canberra high school students to challenging world economic leaders in Davos, Alan Wu has been a lifelong champion for a more participatory and inclusive society.
In June 24, the Australian embassy invited Lisa Qin, one of the 2013 ACYD delegates, and 2014 & 2015 ACYD organisers to speak as a representative of ACYD/ACYPI. Lisa talked about her Australia China story, as well as the importance of the networks and support she had received through ACYD. Here is her speech.
As director of luxury retail at Savills, one of the world’s largest real estate firms, Beijing-based Timothy Coghlan connects Chinese landlords and international fashion brands to help broker deals for new retail stores in the world’s largest luxury market.
Growing up in Hong Kong, Wesa Chau Wai-sum never thought she would enter the world of politics. But a move to Australia when she was seven changed all that. Now 31, Chau is hoping to become Australia's first Asian-born member of the House of Representatives, running as a candidate for Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's ruling Labor Party in the September 7 federal election.
英文/English 周康是2010年首届中澳青年对话的中方代表之一。为期5天的论坛让周康结识了来自不同行业的领袖、专家以及志同道合的青年们。对话活动结束后，周康选择了重回校园，到北京大学学习MBA课程，同时并积极组织和参与了一系列促进中澳文化交流的活动, 包括Beijing Forecast 项目，ACYA与生命光