Presented in conjunction with the Adelaide Festival Centre’s OzAsia Festival, the lecture was held at the Adelaide Festival Centre on September 12. The discussion compared the Jewish faith to Confucian values and drew many similarities between the two cultures.
The Jewish people as an ethnic group are perceived as being highly successful in adapting to and embracing the changing […]
The OzAsia Festival is the biggest and most influential annual festival celebrating the diverse arts and culture of Asia in Australia.
This year’s theme will be on SA’s sister province in China, Shandong and promises to be one big spectacle of eye-catching, thought-provoking, knowledge-inducing entertainment.
The Adelaide Festival Centre is the home of the OzAsia Festival and […]
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6:00 – 7:15 pm, Tuesday 24 September 2013, Banquet Room, Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide SA 5000
Admission FREE, but online registration essential
RSVP: Tuesday, 17 September 2013
DOES CHINA HAVE BETTER ETHNIC POLICIES THAN THE USA AND INDIA?
The Confucius Institute in collaboration with the Adelaide Festival Centre are proud to present Barry Sautman for the 2013 Annual Lecture.
China has a diverse ethnic composition […]
As part of the Noosa Long Weekend Festival, the ABC’s Rowan Callick moderated a discussion with Professor Mobo Gao and Professor You Ji (UNSW) on the topic “China: Just What does it Make of Australia?”
Broadcast on ABC News24 on Saturday 3 August 2013, Professor Gao and Professor Ji went beyond the usual Australia China banter […]