This report summarises the ninth ACYD held in Melbourne from 2-5 November. It also tracks our progress towards our ultimate goal: enhancing and cultivating aspirational exchanges between outstanding and diverse Australian and Greater Chinese citizens between the ages of 25-40 years of age. ACYD never before has encountered a time when its opportunity and challenges have been greater in terms of advancing the relationship in a manner that is fundamental to Australia’s future in the region, and how China positions itself regionally and globally.
This report chronicles our further progress in nurturing aspirational exchanges between emerging and current youth leaders from Australia and Greater China. The ACYD Board and Management Team worked energetically over the year to bring together another outstanding group to explore future directions, challenges and possibilities at the eighth ACYD, held in Beijing from 15-18 September 2017.
This report chronicles the further progress achieved in nurturing aspirational exchanges at the seventh ACYD, held in Hong Kong and Shenzhen from 28-31 October 2016. Following the example of its predecessors, the ACYD Board and Management Team worked energetically over the year to bring together emerging and current leaders from Australia and Greater China to explore future directions, challenges and possibilities.
This Summary Report chronicles the what, why and who of the sixth ACYD, held in Brisbane, Australia, from December 4-7, 2015. The ACYD Board and its Executive Team worked tirelessly throughout the year to execute this unique and dynamic meeting of minds between Australia and Greater China’s emerging and current leaders.
The report of 2014 Australia-Chia Youth Dialogue is now released. This year the dialogue took place from 21st to 24th November in Beijing. The ACYD team is extremely proud of the work we carried out to produce this year’s successful ACYD. A heartfelt congratulations on behalf of the ACYD team to the 2014 delegates for their involvement in this year’s ACYD.
The 2013 volume is co-published by the Australia-China Youth Association (ACYA) and the University of Sydney China Studies Centre (CSC), and for the first time has been rendered completely bilingual by the ACYA Translation Sub-Committee and peer-reviewed by academic staff of the CSC.
The Australia-China Youth Dialogue 2013 Report is now officially released, proudly presented to you by the ACYD team. This year's dialogue was held in Canberra and Melbourne for one week during late September. Now we welcome the latest 30 delegates to join the ranks of another 90 outstanding ACYD alumni who have, or are moving into, positions of influence and leadership across the spectrum of the Australia-China dynamic.