Monday, October 18th, 2010
(Registration at 5.00 pm for a 5.30 pm start, end – 7.00 pm, followed by networking opportunity over drinks and finger food)
Level 12, Ernst & Young Building, 121 King William St., Adelaide
In this fourth China Briefing of the year, the Confucius Institute at the University of Adelaide brings together experts to present their views about the social changes taking place in China due to the rural migrant workers and its possible consequences for the country’s economic growth.
Admission is FREE but registration is essential given limited seating.
Rsvp by: Monday, October 11th, 2010
Contact: email@example.com or phone 8303 4798.
Please see the flyer for further information
Professor Li Shi
Professor of Economics at the School of Economics and Business, Beijing Normal University, China.
Emeritus Professor Andrew Watson
School of Economics, the University of Adelaide
Associate Professor Joel Andreas,
Department of Sociology, Johns Hopkins University (USA)
Chair: Professor Mobo Gao,
Director of the Confucius Institute and Chair of Chinese Studies at the University of Adelaide.
Event sponsored by Ernst & Young and supported by the Australia-China Business Council SA Chapter