Category: Events Calendar
As part of the State Library of South Australia’s ongoing exhibition One Mountain, One River, One Sage the Confucius Institute will be presenting a special tea seminar with renowned expert Paul Gao.
Go on a 2000 year journey as Paul traces the history of tea in the intimate surrounds of the State Library’s Circulating Library room. The […]
China’s Belt and Road Initiative has been described as a Marshall Plan for the 21st Century, and the biggest infrastructure investment program in history. Many claim it will change the world as we know it, yet it remains controversial. New Zealand is on board having signed a MOU with China in 2017, but Australia has […]
On November 22, the Confucius Institute will present our final China Briefing for 2018, tackling Chinese Tourism for the first time with three renowned tourism experts.
Chaired by Professor Sam Huang from Edith Cowan University, the evening will see Dr Qiuju Luo from Sun Yat-Sen University present on the implications of social media and political conflict on […]
This is going to be our biggest and most ambitious event of the year!
As part of OzAsia 2017 we’re going to open entire front of the University of Adelaide for a full Sunday of family fun and activity!
Come and taste authentic Chinese food, participate in free Tai Chi classes, calligraphy and painting workshops and drawing […]
Join us on October 7 for our Annual Lecture with special guest Frances Adamson.
Former Australian Ambassador to China and current Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Frances Adamson will discuss her perspectives on Australia and China as both countries move forward in the 21st century.
Held in the Historic Elder Hall on North Terrace […]
In our second China Briefing for 2017, we look back on China’s One Child Policy, its history, implementations, outcomes and longstanding impact on China’s demographic balance. Join us as Professor Martin K Whyte tracks the policy’s ‘tortured history’, its effects on the demographic makeup of modern China, and the problems China may now face as […]