3 Sept China Briefing: China-Japan Relations


How does Australia balance the relationship between China and Japan—two countries that have been at odds for centuries? How is the Japan-China relationship progressing and what lies ahead for the bilateral relationship?

The following experts joined us for the panel discussion:

Professor AMAMURA Yuiji, Fukuoka International University
Topic: An overview of Ancient China-Japan Relations

Dr. Chengxin PAN, School of Humanities and Social Science, Deakin University
Topic: How Australia should approach Sino-Japanese Relations

Professor Purnendra JAIN, Centre for Asian Studies, University of Adelaide
Topic: Japan-China Relations: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

CHAIR: Professor Kent ANDERSON, Pro-Vice Chancellor (International), University of Adelaide

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Event Detials:

Date: Wednesday 3 September
Time: 5:15pm registration for a 5:30pm start; end 7:45pm

5:15-5:30pm Registration open
5:30-7pm Panel Discussion (Briefing presentations and Q&A)
7-7:45pm Complimentary drinks and canapés

Where: EY Building, Level 12, 121 King William St, Adelaide 5000
RSVP: Please RSVP here

Complimentary drinks and canapés will be provided after the panel discussion.

For more information, please visit the webpage and online flyer.

If you have any questions, please email Flavia Watkins.

* Please note: If you have plans to attend Red Sorghum at 7:30pm, you are welcome to join us for the panel portion of the China Briefing. The panel discussion will end by 7pm to give guests time to travel to the next exciting event. Cheers!

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