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The Foundation for Australian Studies in China (FASIC) is delighted to announce the successful scholars who have been awarded the 2017 BHP Australia China Scholarships. The focus areas of these BHP Australia China Scholars cover such areas as Business Administration and Corporate Governance, Public Policy, Urban Water Management and Australian literature. FASIC congratulates the six scholars from Australia and China for their academic excellence and their strong desire to contribute to the deepening of the Australia China relationship. Jianjun LIArea of Interest: Australian LiteratureMy initial contact with Australian literature was in 1990 when I was a student at Nankai University. I came across the Anthology of Australian Literature edited by Professor Huang Yuanshen and was greatly impressed by Henry Lawson's "The Drover's Wife" and "His Mother's Mate". My studies were supervised by Professor Hu Wenzhong at Beijing Foreign Studies University in the early 2000s and shaped my career development in Australian studies. As a very fortunate recipient of the BHP David Walker Australian Studies Scholarship, I will study under Professor Anthony Uhlmann and Professor Nicholas Jose at Western Sydney University. My research topic surveys the publication of Australian literature in People's Republic of China in the 1950s-1960s and explores the social, cultural and political factors that affected the translation, publication and reception of Australian literature in China during that period. I am passionate about the cultural and educational links and exchanges between China and Australia. This Scholarship will provide me with a rare opportunity to research the cultural encounters between China and Australia, which occurred much earlier than commonly assumed. Lucy MCFARLANEArea of Interest: Language and International LawI am proud to be a 2017 BHP Australia China Scholarship recipient.  The scholarship supported my study at the Inter University Program for Chinese Language Studies (IUP) on the Tsinghua University campus. I had the benefit of one-on-one teaching for a two month Summer Course, which further improved my Mandarin skills. This was an invaluable learning environment, providing detailed and individualized feedback.  Following my study, I interned in Beijing at Vermilion Partners, who provide cross-border and domestic investment banking services in China, the US, Europe and other Asian markets. The language skills developed through IUP enabled me to work comfortably in a Chinese office environment and to make meaningful friendships. I am an ongoing Research Assistant for Professor Don Rothwell of the ANU, for whom I conduct research in International Law of the Sea.   Andriana-Mei PANAGIOTOUArea of Interest: Public PolicyThrough the BHP Australia China Scholarship, I have been able to undertake a Masters Degree in Public Policy within Peking University’s School of Government. The scholarship has encouraged me to thrive and pursue my interest of enhancing the Australia China relationship. Being situated in the dynamic and vibrant heart of Beijing, along with being part of a strong community of students from all parts of the world, I have been given a truly unique opportunity to interact and gain knowledge from far beyond the classroom. Through my studies at Peking University I will be able to gain knowledge of the intricacies of policy making in China and also write a thesis of my own choosing. I believe that this scholarship will be a transformational one and I am truly grateful to FASIC and BHP for this once in a lifetime opportunity.   Kate SMITHArea of Interest: Urban Water ManagementI am extremely grateful for the BHP Australia China Scholarship, which will support my PhD in Environmental Engineering at Tsinghua University, China. My PhD research focuses on urban water management and my specific focus is: understanding and reducing energy use for water supply and wastewater in urban China. In the past, major concerns in the water sector have been demand and quality; in other words, do we have enough water to meet the demand of a city and can we provide water of good enough quality so people will not get sick? But now, there is growing concern for the amount of energy used and greenhouse gases emitted by the water sector. For example, when we turn wastewater into fresh water, or make water quality standards stricter, or pump water to greater heights within buildings, how much more energy is needed and how can we reduce this? These are some of the questions I look at in my research. Chuan TRANArea of Interest: Business and AdministrationAsan Australian with Chinese ancestry and roots, I have always been intrigued by the diverse language systems, deep history and culture in which China presents. I am very thankful of this scholarship offered by FASIC and BHP, as it provides scholarship recipients a fantastic opportunity to pursue meaningful further study and support in their professional endeavours in China. I hope to combine my practical business experience along with research to advance Australia’s export business, trade, and relations for existing and upcoming Australian businesses to better understand regulatory barriers, market access factors, and trade solutions affecting their ambitions in conducting business with our Chinese counterparts.  Matthew WARRArea of Interest:Business Administration and Corporate GovernanceI am extremely grateful to receive a BHP Billiton Australia-China Scholarship, which will provide me with a fantastic opportunity to continue forging strong ties with China, and to further pursue my academic and professional interest in the Australia-China relationship. The scholarship will afford me the opportunity to further my research in areas that are not only of interest to me personally, but are of critical importance for the next generation of Australian and Chinese business leaders to achieve effective mutual collaboration and positive business outcomes. These areas include cross-cultural communication and management in a Chinese-Australian business context; Chinese corporate culture and how it compares with corporate culture in an Australian and Western organisational context; and corporate governance structures and ownership in large Chinese firms and the implications of this for Chinese corporate investment in Australia.

18 October 2018 03:36

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GUIDELINES FOR THE 2018 AUSTRALIAN STUDIES IN CHINA PROGRAM (2018 ASP) Australia-China Council (ACC) and Foundation for Australian Studies in China (fasic) The 2018 ASP is primarily funded and managed by FASIC and is also supported by the Australian Government through the ACC of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The ACC celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. In 2011, the ACC supported the creation of FASIC as an independent not-for-profit organisation registered in Australia. FASIC has the ability to raise funds from the private sector to support initiatives which deepen awareness of Australia in China across a range of disciplines and fields of study, including Australian Studies in China. FASIC initiated and supports the BHP Chair of Australian Studies at Peking University and has provided funding to Australian Studies programs throughout China. The ACC and FASIC play a significant role in the promotion of Australian Studies in China and seek to further expand and strengthen research and teaching collaboration between Australian and Chinese universities. FASIC, with the support of the ACC, also provides grants and scholarships to Australian and Chinese academics and professionals. PROJECT BACKGROUND FASIC has assumed responsibility for the administration of ASP, which was previously administered for the ACC by the University of Queensland under the leadership by Professor David Carter.   The ACC will continue to provide significant funding to the ASP. In order to help shape the future of the ASP, FASIC formed an Academic Advisory Committee (AAC) to recommend changes to the program in order to better serve all stakeholders. The AAC is chaired by Emeritus Professor David Walker AM.   FUNDING CATEGORIES Based on the recommendations of the AAC and having considered feedback from prior ASP participants, the 2018 ASP will continue to focus on three categories of activities, outlined below.   DIGITAL PLATFORM FOR AUSTRALIA STUDIES IN CHINA Considerations have been given to the setup of a digital platform as an online home for the Australian studies centres and scholars in China. FASIC invites established organisationsto bid for the setup and administration of such digital platform, details outlined in section 4 below. 1. CATEGORY 1: COMPETITIVE PROJECTS FOR RESEARCH AND CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT (a) GUIDELINES The Program seeks to encourage high quality, original research by Chinese academics and graduate students and to support the teaching of Australian Studies in Chinese universities. The Research and Curriculum Developments grants scheme is available to individuals or collaborative teams for specific projects to be undertaken in the forthcoming year. Research: the Research and Curriculum Development grants are open to graduate students as well as academic staff. At least half of the annual funding is reserved for projects which include research in Australia. Applicants need to demonstrate how their research will contribute new knowledge to the Australian Studies field in China and engage with existing scholarship. Curriculum Development: a small amount of funding is reserved to provide assistance to develop new courses and programs in Australian Studies or add new Australian content to existing courses in Chinese universities. Applicants needs to demonstrate that facilities are in place for the new course/program to be implemented in their school/department. Requests for purchasing resources (books and other research or teaching materials) can be included in applications. These requests must be linked to a specific research project or curriculum development initiative. All books and other resources purchased with grant money should be given to the relevant Australian Studies Centre once the project is completed. Successful applications will be granted with up to AU$6,000 each. Centres can also bid for building a small collection or ‘library’ in a centre with priority areas for teaching/research needs. Funded up to AU$1,000. Funding can be used to cover transport, accommodation, meals, books, photocopying and registration fees where applicable. It cannot to be used on items related to visa application, health insurance and telephone bills. (b) APPLICATION FORM Click here for a Word version of the application form for Competitive Projects for Research and Curriculum Development. 2. CATEGORY 2: COLLABORATIVE INITIATIVES FOR AUSTRALIAN STUDIES CENTRES  (a) GUIDELINES China now has a large number of well-established and very capable Australian Studies Centres which teach and conduct research across a wide range of disciplines.  The purpose of this new fund is to support collaborative initiatives between Australian Studies Centres in China.  While applications from single Centres may be considered, preference will be given to collaborative projects involving more than one Australian Studies Centre. Such projects may include conferences, workshops, post-graduate training programs, high profile public events, significant translation projects, high profile events and competitions or the creation of new teaching resources, or other initiatives which advance Australian Studies in China. To be considered eligible for this fund, a centre must be registered with the Chinese Australia Studies Association. Centres can also bid for the production of a hard copy publication related to the biennial conference under this category. Successful applications will be granted with up to AU$10,000 each. (b) APPLICATION FORM Click here for a Word version of the application form for Collaborative Initiatives for Australian Studies Centres. 3. CATEGORY 3: INTERNAL TRAVEL GRANTS (a) GUIDELINES This program is to facilitate visits between centres in China for collaborations within/ involving ASC network and/ or to consult resources held in other centres or university libraries. This is for post grad and early career academics and the focus should be research and/or curriculum development. Successful applications will be granted with up to AU$1,500 each. It is recommended that a small amount out of the grant (e.g. AU$300) to be paid by the successful applicant to their host institution. (b) APPLICATION FORM Click here for a Word version of the application form for Internal Travel Grants. 4. DIGITAL PLATFORM FOR AUSTRALIA STUDIES IN CHINA (a) GUIDELINES Interested parties (must be an established organisation)are invited to tender submissions by competing below form for the setup and administration of digital media for Australian studies in China. Interested parties shall demonstrate their commitment and IT capabilities to successfully deliver and administer the project for a three-year period. It is envisaged that a website will be constructed which will accommodate the sharing of information and resources among organisations and individuals working in the field of Australian studies. Social media such as WeChat can also be deployed as a supplement platform to the website. Successful bidder must obtain the support of their organisation and nominate a project leader who will be responsible to oversee the successful delivery of the project and communicate with FASIC on a timely basis. Successful bidder will work in consultation with the Chinese Association for Australia Studies and act as the sole administrator of the digital media once established. A domain for the website will be provided by FASIC if deemed preferable. Successful bidder shall be provided with funding for a three year period unless otherwise agreed. The amount will be determined after the application is closed. (b) APPLICATION FORM Click here for a Word version of the submission form for digital platform. HOW TO APPLY Interested parties should follow the guidelines and complete an application form corresponding to the category of the applying grant (word version of the forms downloadable on fasic.org.au). A Host Institution Acceptance Form be included in the application materials, if the applicant/s plan to travel to Australia for the purpose of their proposed project. Applications materials should be sent to: apply@fasic.org.au, with the email subject being “2018 ASP Application”. Applicants must submit their applications by Monday, 15 October 2018. Postal copy of the application materials is not required. Successful applicants will be informed of the funding decision by email. All successful applicants must enter into a legally binding funding agreement with FASIC to be receive the grant. FASIC reserves the right to make final decisions as to the payment method and timing. OBLIGATIONS OF GRANT RECIPIENTS Grant recipients must at all times: Act in a thorough, professional and competent manner; In a manner consistent with the good name, goodwill and reputation of the ASP, ACC and FASIC; and In compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. Grant recipients must not: Do any act which brings the ASP, ACC or FASIC into disrepute; or Act in a way which will result in the ASP, ACC or FASIC suffering a material deterioration of its public image for whatever cause. Acquittal and Reporting Grant recipients must fully acquit their funding, and return any unspent funds to FASIC, within 30 days of the conclusion of the funded activity. The acquittal should include the original budget as submitted to the program, as well as the final spending. Grant recipients should also, within 30 days, provide a report of no more than 500 words with at least one photo or image, describing the event, outcomes, next steps and any media coverage, if relevant. DOWNLOADS Click here for a PDF version of the Guidelines for the 2018 ASP. Click here for a Word version of the application form for Competitive Projects for Research and Curriculum Development. Click here for a Word version of the application form for Collaborative Initiatives for Australian Studies Centres. Click here for a Word version of the application form for Internal Travel Grants. Click here for a Word version of the submission form for Digital Platform. Click here for a Word version of the Host Institution Acceptance Form.

14 August 2018 04:09

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2018 BHP Australia China Scholarships

2018 BHP Australia China Scholarship 06 March 2018The Foundation for Australian Studies in China (FASIC) is pleased to announce the opening of the third round of the BHP Australia China Scholarship (Scholarship). The Scholarship was established to encourage and assist students and young professionals to pursue specialised study, research and experience in priority areas of interest in the bilateral Australia-China relationship. Scholarship will be given to encourage Australian students and young professionals to study in People's Republic of China in the following priority areas of interest: • Sustainability, including climate change, carbon capture storage, low emissions technology, biodiversity, water stewardship• Governance, including corporate and local community governance, International Regulatory Systems• Economic policy – Free Trade• Women in leadership Scholarship may also be given to Chinese students and young professionals to study in Australia in the field of: • Australian Studies, with the scholarship awarded in this discipline to be known as the BHP David Walker Scholarship in Australian Studies The Scholarship is administered by FASIC and funding has been generously provided by BHP. The Scholarship will have a value of up to A$60,000 per annum and may be payable for up to three years, depending on the successful applicant's course of study. Applicants must be Australian citizens or have been granted Permanent Resident Status prior to the date of an Applicant's submission of a Scholarship application. Applicants for the BHP David Walker Australian Studies Scholarship may be citizens of the People's Republic of China. Applicants must have completed or be about to complete an undergraduate degree from an Australian or a Chinese university and be planning to undertake postgraduate study at a Chinese university (or an Australian university for those applying for the BHP David Walker Scholarship in Australian Studies) no later than in the calendar year following the year of the Applicant's Scholarship award. A Selection Committee will consider the following criteria in assessing Applicants: • Academic excellence (outstanding university results, such as honours degrees)• Academic focus in areas of priority interest for the Scholarship program identified above• Leadership skills• Strong academic and community referees• Commitment to the enhancement of the Australia China relationship Applicants should email a completed application form in Word format and required materials to scholarship18@fasic.org.au. Applications must be submitted no later than Friday 25 May 2018. Click here to download a copy of the application form.

06 March 2018 03:41

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2017 Australian Studies in China Program (ASP) Awardees

2017 Australian Studies in China Program Awardees Name(s) Institution(s) Project Title Funding Category Funding Amount Approved BAO Hongling Chifeng University New Teaching Plan on Australian studies per College English Course 4 Category 1  $                1,500.00 BOWCHER Wendy Sun Yat-sen University The Portrayal of Chinese in Classic Australian Films Category 1  $                3,786.00 CHANG Chenguang, BOWCHER Wendy, SU Tiping Sun Yat-sen University, Xi’an International Studies University Instroducing Australian films and the Australian film industry Category 2  $                7,000.00 CHEN Fenglan Xiamen University Intra - industry Trade Analysis of China-Australia Service Industry under Extended Gravity Model Category 1  $                5,220.00 CHEN Liang Shantou University An Investigation of Environmental Protection: the case study of Bill Mollison’s Permaculture in Australia Category 1  $                5,400.00 DAN ShiLi East China Normal University Study of the newly-rising phenomenon of becoming “China Ready” in Australian tourism sector Category 1  $                4,000.00 FU Lin Beijing Foreign Studies University Barriers of Pushing Forward Overseas Chinese Learning in Australian Secondary Schools - A Case Study of the Incentives of Students in Chinese Learning in Victorian Secondary Schools Category 1  $                5,400.00 HU Dan Beijing Foreign Studies University Prospects for China-Australia partnership in infrastructure under the OBOR: Chinese investment and Australia’s FDI policy Category 1  $                5,400.00 JIANG Xinying Shanghai University The development of partnership of Chinese enterprises in Australia through investigation on the current status and development pattern of Xinyi Glass Holdings Limited Category 3  $                1,500.00 LI Jianjun Beijing Foreign Studies University Li Yao’s Translation Class at BFSU (Translating Australian Literature into Chinese) Category 1  $                1,800.00 LI Jianjun, WU Haiyan Beijing Foreign Studies University, Inner Mongolia Normal University The 16th (2018) International Conferences of Australian Studies in China Category 2  $             20,000.00 LI Jingyan Harbin Institute of Technology Gateway to Australian and New Zealand Culture Category 1  $                5,000.00 LI Mingkun Shanghai University How online reviews from customers affect the cross-border e-business from Australia to China Category 3  $                1,500.00 LYU Lipan Shanghai Normal University The literary image of Chinese Australian during the gold rush throughout various time periods Category 1  $                5,400.00 MA  Lu Shanghai Jiao Tong University Australia's cultural identity in representative Australian novels in contemporary context of multiculturalism from a synchronic view Category 1  $                5,400.00 SONG Changqing Nantong University BiVO4 photocatalytic technology and electronics teaching method Category 1  $                4,000.00 SUN Youzhong, CHEN Hong Beijing Foreign Studies Universit, East China Normal University The 2nd issue Chinese Journal of Australian Studies (2018) Category 2  $             10,000.00 SUN Youzhong, LI Jianjun Beijing Foreign Studies University Blue Book of Australia: Annual Report on Development of Australia (2017) Category 2  $             10,000.00 SUN Youzhong, ROLLS Mitchell Beijing Foreign Studies Universit, University of Tasmania Funding for Chinese scholars to attend panel sessions at conference held by the International Australian Studies Association in 2018 in Australia Category 2  $                4,917.00 WANG Lisha Inner Mongolia University A Study on Different Construction of Female Aboriginality in Coonardoo and My Place from the Perspective of Trauma Theory Category 1  $                5,400.00 XU Daozhi The University of Hong Kong Aboriginal and Asian Encounters in Australian Literature Category 1  $                5,400.00 YU Jinhong University of Shanghai for Science and Technology Influence of Lin Yutang and Taoism on Randolph Stow’s Novels Category 1  $                4,500.00 ZHANG Wei Shantou University Visit the library at Beijing Foreign Studies University regarding the study of the history of Australian Newspapers Category 3  $                1,500.00 ZHANG Weiyu Beijing Foreign Studies University To Stay or Return? The Role of Australian Immigration Policies in the Intercultural Choice among Chinese Students in Australia Category 1  $                5,000.00 ZHANG Xiuqing, NIU Jiezhen Business College of Beijing Union University A Study of Thea Astley’s Drylands: From the Perspective of Ecofeminism Category 1  $                5,400.00 ZHAO Qing Jiangsu Normal University Vacillating between National Interests and Humanitarianism: a study of Contemporary Asylum Policies in Australia Category 1  $                5,400.00          

10 January 2018 01:06

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FASIC announce the successful scholars who have been awarded the inaugural BHP Billiton Australia China Scholarships

The Foundation for Australian Studies in China (FASIC) is delighted to announce the successful scholars who have been awarded the inaugural BHP Billiton Australia China Scholarships.  The focus areas of these BHP Billiton Australia China Scholars cover such areas as economics, international economics & trade, transactional law and Australian literature.   FASIC sendsits warmest congratulations to the four young scholars from Australia and China for their academic excellence and their strong desire to contribute to the deepening of the Australia China relationship.  Well done to the inaugural group of BHP Billiton Australia China Scholars! Andrew SASSE Area of Interest: Economics As a BHP Billiton Australia China Scholarship awardee, I have been given a unique opportunity in an incredible frontier that I'm very grateful to have a chance to participate. China is building its reputation as an attractive destination for students from around the world. This scholarship shall provide valuable support and encouragement to many students like me. Prospective students in Australia are looking to expand their horizons via an enriched global postgraduate opportunity, which this program provides. I will deepen my knowledge of Economics and am excited to follow my interests in this field in China. My hopes and expectations are that my study will help me to positively influence Australia's interests with China.   Daniel TRAVERS Area of Interest: International Economics and Trade As a very fortunate recipient of a BHP Billiton Australia China Scholarship, I have the opportunity to study International Economics and Trade in Chinese as a visiting student at Renmin University in Beijing. The scholarships provide students and young professionals with an interest in the Australia-China relationship with a fantastic opportunity to undertake study, research and gain experience in China in a range of areas. I am very grateful to both BHP Billiton and the Foundation for Australian Studies in China (FASIC) for this opportunity, and would strongly encourage other students and young professionals who have an interest in the Australia-China relationship to apply for a BHP Billiton Australia China Scholarship in the future. Update: Daniel completed his study at Renmin University in February 2017 and returned to Australia where he is now working as a geologist. He finds his experiences in China gave him a unique insight into the Chinese economy and Chinese culture, and also the relationship between China and the Australian mining industry. Click here to read Daniel's short report on his study experiences in China.     Yan ZHANG Area of Interest: Australian Literature As an English teacher at a University in China, I took Australian Literature as my field of research during my postgraduate study in Shanghai. My supervisor was Professor Yuanshen Huang, the most eminent Australian studies scholar in China. Since I completed my study and acquired my MA degree, I have always desired to further my study. I applied for a BHP Billiton Australia China Scholarship delivered by FASIC; and meanwhile, applied for a PhD place in Edith Cowan University in Australia. With the support of the scholarship, I will able to begin my PhD research of Australian Literature in ECU with Dr. Ffion Murphy and Professor Glen Philips. I am grateful that I have been chosen as one of the scholarship awardees. I treasure this great opportunity and will make my best effort to further my understanding of Australian Literature and to share my knowledge to younger generations. Update: Yan is now in her first year of PhD at the Edith Cowan University (ECU) in Western Australia. She is enjoying having almost the whole corpus of Australian literary works readily available and the excitement and challenges that exploring Australian literature brings to her. With her PhD colleagues come from different places of the world including some local scholar from Australia, she is making friends with multicultural background. Yan is a keen participant in diverse activities and academic workshops at ECU. Yan has found ECU staff very friendly and helpful of her work and everyday life. She is adapting well as an international student in Australia.

22 November 2017 04:15

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  GUIDELINES FOR THE 2017 AUSTRALIAN STUDIES IN CHINA PROGRAM (2017 ASP) Australia China Council (ACC) and Foundation for Australian Studies in China (fasic) The 2017 ASP is supported by the Australian Government through the ACC of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The ACC has been supporting Australian Studies in China for decades through a variety of initiatives. In 2011, the ACC supported the creation of FASIC as an independent not-for-profit organisation registered in Australia. FASIC has the ability to raise funds from the private sector to support initiatives which deepen awareness of Australia in China across a range of disciplines and fields of study, including Australian Studies in China. FASIC initiated and supports the BHP Chair of Australian Studies at Peking University and has provided funding to Australian Studies programs throughout China. The ACC and FASIC play a significant role in the promotion of Australian Studies in China and seek to further expand and strengthen research and teaching collaboration between Australian and Chinese universities. FASIC, with the support of the ACC, also provides grants and scholarships to Australian and Chinese academics and professionals. PROJECT BACKGROUND FASIC has assumed responsibility for the administration of ASP, which was previously administered for the ACC by the University of Queensland under the leadership by Professor David Carter. Funding for the ASP was historically provided by the ACC, while in recent years, FASIC has assumed the primary funding role. The ACC will continue to provide significant funding to the ASP. In order to help shape the future of the ASP, FASIC formed an Academic Advisory Committee (AAC) to recommend changes to the program in order to better serve all stakeholders.   FUNDING CATEGORIES  Based on the recommendations of the AAC and having considered feedback relating to 2016 ASP, the 2017 ASP will continue to focus on three categories of activities, outlined below. DIGITAL PLATFORM FOR AUSTRALIA STUDIES IN CHINA Considerations have been given to the setup of a digital platform as an online home for the Australian studies centres and scholars in China. FASIC invites established organisationsto bid for the setup and administration of such digital platform, details outlined in section 4 below.   CATEGORY 1: COMPETITIVE PROJECTS FOR RESEARCH AND CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT (a)GUIDELINES The Program seeks to encourage high quality, original research by Chinese academics and graduate students and to support the teaching of Australian Studies in Chinese universities. The Research and Curriculum Developments grants scheme is available to individuals or collaborative teams for specific projects to be undertaken in the forthcoming year. Research: the Research and Curriculum Development grants are open to graduate students as well as academic staff. At least half of the annual funding is reserved for projects which include research in Australia. Applicants need to demonstrate how their research will contribute new knowledge to the Australian Studies field in China and engage with existing scholarship. Curriculum Development: a small amount of funding is reserved to provide assistance to develop new courses and programs in Australian Studies or add new Australian content to existing courses in Chinese universities. Applicants needs to demonstrate that facilities are in place for the new course/program to be implemented in their school/department. Requests for purchasing resources (books and other research or teaching materials) can be included in applications. These requests must be linked to a specific research project or curriculum development initiative. All books and other resources purchased with grant money should be given to the relevant Australian Studies Centre once the project is completed. Successful applications will be granted with up to AU$6,000 each. Centres can also bid for building a small collection or ‘library’ in a centre with priority areas for teaching/research needs. Funded up to AU$1,000. Funding can be used to cover transport, accommodation, meals, books, photocopying and registration fees where applicable. It cannot to be used on items related to visa application, health insurance and telephone bills. (b) APPLICATION FORM     Click here for a Word version of the application form for Competitive Projects for Research and Curriculum Development. 2. CATEGORY 2: COLLABORATIVE INITIATIVES FOR AUSTRALIAN STUDIES CENTRES (a) GUIDELINES China now has a large number of well-established and very capable Australian Studies Centres which teach and conduct research across a wide range of disciplines.  The purpose of this new fund is to support collaborative initiatives between Australian Studies Centres in China.  While applications from single Centres may be considered, preference will be given to collaborative projects involving more than one Australian Studies Centre. Such projects may include conferences, workshops, post-graduate training programs, high profile public events, significant translation projects, high profile events and competitions or the creation of new teaching resources, or other initiatives which advance Australian Studies in China. To be considered eligible for this fund, a centre must be registered with the Chinese Australia Studies Association. Centres can also bid for the production of a hard copy publication related to the biennial conference under this category. Successful applications will be granted with up to AU$10,000 each. (b) APPLICATION FORM     Click here for a Word version of the application form for Collaborative Initiatives for Australian Studies Centres. 3. CATEGORY 3: INTERNAL TRAVEL GRANTS (a) GUIDELINES  This program is to facilitate visits between centres in China for collaborations within/ involving ASC network and/ or to consult resources held in other centres or university libraries. This is for post grad and early career academics and the focus should be research and/or curriculum development. Successful applications will be granted with up to AU$1,500 each. It is recommended that a small amount out of the grant (e.g. AU$300) to be paid by the successful applicant to their host institution. (b) APPLICATION FORM      Click here for a Word version of the application form for Internal Travel Grants. 4. DIGITAL PLATFORM FOR AUSTRALIA STUDIES IN CHINA (a)GUIDELINES Interested parties (must be an established organisation)are invited to tender submissions by competing below form for the setup and administration of digital media for Australian studies in China. Interested parties shall demonstrate their commitment and IT capabilities to successfully deliver and administer the project for a three-year period. It is envisaged that a website will be constructed which will accommodate the sharing of information and resources among organisations and individuals working in the field of Australian studies. Social media such as WeChat can also be deployed as a supplement platform to the website. Successful bidder must obtain the support of their organisation and nominate a project leader who will be responsible to oversee the successful delivery of the project and communicate with FASIC on a timely basis. Successful bidder will work in consultation with the Association for Australia Studies in China and act as the sole administrator of the digital media once established. A domain for the website will be provided by FASIC if deemed preferable. Successful bidder shall be provided with funding for a three year period unless otherwise agreed. The amount will be determined after the application is closed. (b) APPLICATION FORM      Click here for a Word version of the submission form for digital platform. HOW TO APPLY Interested parties should follow the guidelines and complete an application form corresponding to the category of the applying grant (word version of the forms downloadable on fasic.org.au). A Host Institution Acceptance Form be included in the application materials, if the applicant/s plan to travel to Australia for the purpose of their proposed project. Applications materials should be sent to: apply@fasic.org.au, with the email subject being “2017 ASP Application”. Applicants must submit their applications by Monday, 16 October 2017. Postal copy of the application materials is not required. Successful applicants will be informed of the funding decision by December 2017. All successful applicants must enter into a legally binding funding agreement with FASIC to be receive the grant. FASIC reserves the right to make final decisions as to the payment method and timing. OBLIGATIONS OF GRANT RECIPIENTS Grant recipients must at all times: Act in a thorough, professional and competent manner; In a manner consistent with the good name, goodwill and reputation of the ASP, Australia China Council and FASIC; and In compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. Grant recipients must not: Do any act which brings the ASP, Australia China Council or FASIC into disrepute; or Act in a way which will result in the ASP, Australia China Council or FASIC suffering a material deterioration of its public image for whatever cause. Acquittal and Reporting Grant recipients must fully acquit their funding, and return any unspent funds to FASIC, within 30 days of the conclusion of the funded activity. The acquittal should include the original budget as submitted to the program, as well as the final spending. Grant recipients should also, within 30 days, provide a report of no more than 500 words, describing the event, outcomes, next steps and any media coverage, if relevant. DOWNLOADS Click here for a PDF version of the Guidelines for the 2017 ASP. Click here for a Word version of the application form for Competitive Projects for Research and Curriculum Development. Click here for a Word version of the application form for Collaborative Initiatives for Australian Studies Centres. Click here for a Word version of the application form for Internal Travel Grants. Click here for a Word version of the submission form for Digital Platform. Click here for a Word version of the Host Institution Acceptance Form.      

25 August 2017 06:48

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Australian Studies Centres in China     Institution Beijing Foreign Studies University Centre name Australian Studies Centre Department School of English and International Studies Address Beijing Foreign Studies University 2 XisanhuanNorth Road, Haidian DistrictBeijing 100089People's Republic of China Website https://ausc.bfsu.edu.cn/ Contact Mr. Li Jianjun Title Director Email whylijianjun@163.com / lijianjun@bfsu.edu.cn Telephone 86-10-88817287 Contact 2  Hu Dan Title Deputy Director Email diane_hucn@icloud.com     Institution China Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) Centre name Australian Studies Centre Department National Institute of International Strategy Address China Academy of Social Sciences, 3 Zhangzizhong Road Beijing 100007 People's Republic of China Website http://cass.cssn.cn/ Contact Prof. Gao Cheng Title Director Email gaocheng@cass.org.cn /gaocheng771122@sohu.com     Institution Peking University Centre name Australian Studies Centre Department School of Foreign Languages Address Jingchun Rd, Haidian Qu, Beijing Shi, China, 100871 Website http://www.pku.edu.cn/about/zzjg/index.htm Contact Professor Liu Shusen Telephone 86-10-62755837 Email lshuseng@pku.edu.cn Contact 2 Prof. Hu Zhuanglin Email yyhzl@pku.edu.cn     Institution Renmin University of China Centre name Australian Studies Centre Department School of Foreign Languages Address Room 625 Mingde International Building Renmin University of China 59 Zhongguancun Street Haidian, Beijing 100872 People's Republic of China Website http://fl.ruc.edu.cn/ Contact Prof. Zhang Yongxian Title  Director Email yxzhang@ruc.edu.cn Telephone 86-10-82509308     Institution Tsinghua University Centre name Australian Studies Centre Address Room 201, Wennan Building Department of Foreign Languages Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084 Website www.dfll.tsinghua.edu.cn/.../20170623162404434540385_.html Contact Prof. Wang Jinghui Title Executive Director Email jh.wang@mail.tsinghua.edu.cn Telephone 86-10-62781185     Institution University of International Business and Economics (Beijing) Centre name Australian Studies Centre Address 10 Huixindongjie, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100029 Website http://www.uibe.edu.cn/ Contact Prof. Feng Xiaohu Title Executive Director Email 13511010489@163.com     Institution Sichuan Normal University Centre name Australian Studies Centre School School of Education Address 5 Jing'an Road, Jinjiang District Chengdu 610066 Sichuan Website http://www.sicnu.edu.cn/ Contact Li Ya Title Director Email liya@sicnu.edu.cn Telephone 86-28-84767707     Institution Sichuan University Centre Name Australian Studies Centre Department Jincheng College Address Sichuan University, No.24 South Section 1, Yihuan Road, Chengdu , China, 610065 | No.29 Jiuyanqiao Wangjiang Road, Chengdu, 610064 Website http://www.scu.edu.cn/ Contact Du Hongbo Email 120786861@qq.com Telephone 13882232261     Institution Xihua University Centre Name Australian Studies Centre Address Xihua University No 999 Jinzhou RoadJinniu DistrictChengdu 610039 Sichuan Province People's Republic of China Website www.xhu.edu.cn/ Contact Li Xueqin Email 386553042@qq.com Telephone 86-28-87720573 Contact 2 Prof. Xiang Xiaohong Title Founding Director Email xiangdajie@sina.com     Institution Liaoning Normal University Centre Name Australian Studies Centre Address No.850 Huanghe Rd Shahekou district Dalian, Liaoning Province, PR China 116029 Website http://fl.lnnu.edu.cn/ Contact Professor Leng Hui Email caslnnu@163.com; caslnnu@gmail.com Telephone 86-411-84258784     Institution Sun Yat-sen University Centre name Australian Studies Centre Department School of Foreign Languages Address 135 West Xingang Road Guangzhou, Guangdong Province 510275, China Website http://fls.sysu.edu.cn/about/academic Contact Professor Chang Chenguang Title Dean of School of Foreign Languages Email flsccg@mail.sysu.edu.cn Telephone 86-20-84113606     Institution Hangzhou Normal University Centre name Australian Studies Centre Department School of Foreign Languages Address 58 Haishu Rd, Cangqian, Yuhang District, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, P.R.China Website www.hznu.edu.cn Contact Prof. CHEN Zhengfa Title Director Email zfchen8@163.com     Institution Zhejiang University Department English Literatures Research and Australian Studies Centre Address Letter Box 2292 Zhejiang University - Xixi Campus 39 Tian Mu Shan Lu Hangzhou ZHEJIANG PROVINCE, 310028, PR China Website http://www.zju.edu.cn/ Contact Professor Zhu Jiongqiang Email jiongqiang_zhu@hotmail.com; 13857150223@163.com Telephone 86-571-87982700 Contact 2 Fang Fan Email hzhzdonna@zju.edu.cn     Institution Harbin Institute of Technology Centre Name Australian Studies Centre Department School of Foreign Languages Address POBox 443, 92 West Dazhi Street, Nangang, Harbin Website http://fls.hit.edu.cn/adlyyjzx/list.htm Contact Prof. Kedong LIU Email rjoykliu@hit.edu.cn Telephone 86-451-86418115 Contact 2  Prof. Li Jingyan Email lijingyan@hit.edu.cn / lijingyan.622@163.com     Institution                 Anhui University Department Oceanic Literature Research Institute Address Anhui University No 111 Jiulong RoadHefei 230601Anhui ProvincePeople's Republic of China Website http://olri.ahu.edu.cn/ Contact Prof. Zhan Chunjuan Email olriahu@163.com Telephone 86-551- 63861838     Institution Inner Mongolia University Centre Name Australian Studies Centre Department Foreign Languages College Address Inner Mongolia University 235 Daxue Rd Saihan District Hohhot, Inner Mongolia 010021 Website http://flc.imu.edu.cn/info/1062/1072.htm Contact Prof. DuanManfu Title Director Email duanmanfu@sina.com.cn / duanmanfu@126.com Telephone 86-471-499 3509/2924 Contact 2 Lv Yanhua Title Deputy Director Email cuty_dudu@163.com     Institution Inner Mongolia Normal University Centre Name Australian Studies Centre Department School of Foreign Languages Address Inner Mongolia Normal University 81 Zhaowuda Rd Saihan DistrictHohhot 010022Inner MongoliaPeople's Republic of China Website www.imnu.edu.cn Contact Professor Wu Haiyan Email wuhy@imnu.edu.cn     Institution Mudanjiang Teachers College Address 19 Wenhua Street, Aimin District Mudanjiang 157012 Heilongjiang Province People's Republic of China Website http://asc.mdjnu.cn/ Contact Professor Liang Zhongxian Title Director Email liangzxjj@126.com Telephone 86-453-6512300 Contact 2 Prof. Alan Zhang Email zhanggeping@gmail.com     Institution Nanjing University Centre Name Australian Studies Centre Department Foreign Language School Address 163 Xianlin Avenue Nanjing 210023 People’s Republic of China Website https://www.nju.edu.cn/ Contact Professor Yang Jincai Email jcyang@nju.edu.cn Telephone 86-25-83685797     Institution Nantong University Centre Name Australian Studies Centre Department School of Foreign Studies Address No. 9 Seyuan Road Nantong Jiangsu P R China 226019 Website http://www.ntu.edu.cn/ Contact Zhang Jiasheng (Adam) Title Secretary Email aadamzjs@ntu.edu.cn Telephone 86-513-85012694     Institution East China Normal University Centre Name Australian Studies Centre Address East China Normal University 500 Dongchuan Road, Shanghai 200241People's Republic of China Website http://www.ecnu.edu.cn/ Contact Professor Chen Hong Email hchen@english.ecnu.edu.cn Telephone 86-21-54344902 Contact 2  Prof. Hou Minyue Email myhou@english.ecnu.edu.cn     Institution East China University of Science & Technology Centre Name Australian Studies Centre Department School of Foreign Languages Address East China University of Science & TechnologyNo. 130 Meilong Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai200237People's Republic of China Website https://www.ecust.edu.cn/ Contact Professor Yan Jinglan Title Director Telephone 86-21-54360501 Email jinglanyan@126.com Contact 2 Associate Prof. Wang Hui Title Deputy Director Email huiwang@ecust.edu.cn     Institution Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences Centre Name Australian Studies Centre Department Institute of World Economy Address Shanghai Academy of Social Science7-662 Huaihaizhong Road Shanghai 200020 People's Republic of China Website http://www.sass.org.cn/ Contact Prof. Zhang Youwen Title Director Email zyw@sass.org.cn Telepone 86-21-53966811 Contact 2 Prof. Xu Mingqi Title Deputy Director Email xmq@sass.org.cn     Institution Shanghai University of International Business & Economics (Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade) Centre Name Australian Studies Centre Address 620 Gubei Road 200336, Shanghai China Website http://www.suibe.edu.cn/ Contact Honorary Director Huang Yangshan Title Director Email yshuang@online.sh.cn Telephone 86-21-52067578 Contact 2 Wang Guanglin Title Director Email nathan_wang@126.com     Institution Shanghai University Centre Name Australian Studies Centre Department SHU-UTS SILC Business School Address WenHui Building 20 Chengzhong Road, Jiading DistrictShanghai201899, PR China Website http://www.silc.shu.edu.cn/Default.aspx?tabid=30721 Contact Siyi Gong Title Director Email sygong@shu.edu.cn; sally_gong@staff.shu.edu.cn Telephone 86-21-69980028 Contact 2 Gu Hayue Title Deputy Director Email hygu@t.shu.edu.cn     Institution Shanghai Jiaotong University Centre Name Australian Studies Centre Department School of Foreign Languages Address 800 Dongchuan Road, Shanghai 200240 People’s Republic of China Website http://sfl.sjtu.edu.cn/Data/View/2581 Contact Prof. Peng Qinglong Title Director Email qlpeng@sjtu.edu.cn Telephone 86-21-34204715     Institution University of Shanghai for Science and Technology Centre Name Centre for Studies of Australian Affairs and Western Culture Department School of Foreign Languages Address PO Box 404, University of Shanghai for Science and Technology 516 Jun Gong Road Shanghai, 200093, China Website http://www.usst.edu.cn/ Contact Prof. Lu Le Title Director Email lulecflusst@yahoo.com.cn; lule@usst.edu.cn Telephone 86-21-65233961 Contact 2 Prof. Ye Sheng-nian Title Honorary Director Email vicy4578@yahoo.com.cn     Institution Shantou University Centre name Centre for Australian Studies School Cheung Kong School of Journalism and Communication Address 243 Daxue Rd., Shantou, Guangdong, 515063 PRC Website http://media.stu.edu.cn/aucentre/?paged=2 Contact Professor Zhang Wei Email zhangwei2014stu@163.com Telephone 86-754-86503049     Institution Northeastern University Centre Name Australian Studies Centre School Foreign Studies College Address 3-11, Wenhua Road, Heping District Shenyang 110819, Liaoning Province People’s Republic of China Website https://www.neu.edu.cn/ Contact Prof. Zhao Wen Email dianawen@hotmail.com / zhaowen@fsc.neu.edu.cn Telephone 86-24-23891939     Institution Suzhou University (Also Soochow University) Centre Name Australian Studies Centre Address Soochow University 1 Shizhi Street, Suzhou 215006 People's Republic of China Website http://www.suda.edu.cn/ Contact Dr Fang Hong Title Deputy Director Email fanghong@suda.edu.cn Telephone 86-512-65112768     Institution Wuhan University Centre Name Australian Studies Centre Department School of Foreign Studies Address Wuchang, Wuhan, Hubei, China, 430072 Website http://en.whu.edu.cn/ Contact HUANG Zhong (Frank) Email frankhzz@126.com     Institution Xiamen University Centre name Australian Studies Centre Department Department of International Economics and Business Address 422 Siming S Rd, Siming Qu, Xiamen Shi, Fujian Sheng, China, 361005 Website http://gjjmx.xmu.edu.cn/gjjmx/english.asp Contact Prof. Zheng Ganshu Title Director Email intertrade@xmu.edu.cn Contact 2 Xu Meilian Title Executive Director Email 775334436@qq.com; mlxu@xmu.edu.cn     Institution Xi’an International Studies University (Xi’an Foreign Languages University) Centre Name Australian Studies Centre Department School of English Studies Address Wenyuan Road, Guodu Xi’an, Shaanxi 710128 PR China [Xi’an 710061] Website http://www.xisu.edu.cn Contact JIANG Yajun Title Director Email jiangyajun@xisu.edu.cn Telephone 86-29-5309342 86-29 85319274     Institution Jiangsu Normal University Centre Name Australian Studies Centre Address 101 Shanghai Road,Tongshan New District, Xuzhou Jiangsu Province, China, 221116 Website http://ayzx.jsnu.edu.cn/ Contact Prof. Zhang Qiusheng Title Director Email qiushengzhang@yeah.net; qiushengzhang2004@126.com Telephone 86-516-83536381 86-516-83403150     Institution China University of Mining and Technology Centre Name Australian Studies Centre Address No.1 Daxue Road Xuzhou City, Jiangsu Province People’s Republic of China Website http://international.cumt.edu.cn/6273/list.htm Contact Asso. Prof. Zhai Shilei Title Director Email calvinzhai@126.com Telephone 86-516-83591601     Institution Yangzhou University Centre Name Australian Studies Centre Department School of Foreign Studies   Yangzhou University Yangzhou 225002Jiangsu Province, China Website www.yzu.edu.cn Contact Professor Chen Qinglin Email chenq@yzu.edu.cn                                

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ANHUI PROVINCE Anhui University Oceanic Literature Research InstituteAnhui University No 111 Jiulong RoadHefei 230601Anhui ProvincePeople's Republic of ChinaContact: Asso. Prof. Zhan ChunjuanE-mail: chunjuanzhan@sina.comTel: (551) 63861838/13855120578Web: http://olri.ahu.edu.cn________________________________________ Beijing Beijing Foreign Studies University Australian Studies Centre, School of English and International Studies Beijing Foreign Studies University 2 XisanhuanNorth Road, Haidian DistrictBeijing 100089People's Republic of China Contact: Mr. Li JianjunE-mail: whylijianjun@163.com / lijianjun@bfsu.edu.cnMobile: (86) 13691372850Tel: (10) 8881 7287 China Academy of Social Sciences Australian Studies CentreNational Institute of International StrategyChina Academy of Social Sciences, 3 Zhangzizhong Road Beijing 100007 People's Republic of China Contact: Professor Han Feng E-mail: dnyhf@hotmail.com / hanfeng@cass.org.cnTel: (010) 64039034 / 13020050953 Peking University Australian Studies Centre School of Foreign Languages Peking University No. 5 Yiheyuan Road, Haidian District Beijing 100871 People's Republic of China 北京市海淀区颐和园路5号北京大学外国语学院新楼Contact: Professor Liu Shusen (刘树森)Mobile: (86) 13701127827Email: lshuseng@pku.edu.cnWebsite:http://asc.sfl.pku.edu.cn/http://pkuasc.fasic.org.au/ Renmin University of China Australian Studies Centre School of Foreign Languages Room 625 Mingde International Building Renmin University of China 59 Zhongguancun Street Haidian, Beijing 100872 People's Republic of China Contact: Professor Zhang YongxianE-mail: yxzhang@ruc.edu.cnWechat: RUC澳大利亚研究中心Tsinghua University Australian Studies CentreDepartment of Foreign Languages and LiteraturesTsinghua University, Beijing100084Contact: Prof. Wang JinghuiEmail: jh.wang@mail.tsinghua.edu.cnTel: (10) 6279 8592 / 13611224215________________________________________ FUJIAN PROVINCE Xiamen University Australian Studies CentreDepartment of International Economics and Business Xiamen University Xiamen 361005 Fujian Province People's Republic of China Contact: Professor Huang MeiboE-mail: intertrade@xmu.edu.cn/mbh841123@163.comTel/Fax: (592) 218 6373/ ________________________________________ GUANGDONG PROVINCE Sun Yat-sen University Australian Studies Centre School of Foreign LanguagesSun Yat-sen University Guangzhou Guangdong Province Contact: Professor Chang ChenguangE-mail: flsccg@mail.sysu.edu.cnTel: 13610090531Web: http://asc.sysu.edu.cn  Shantou University Centre for Australian Studies Contact: Professor Zhang Wei Email: david11@163.com ________________________________________ HEILONGJIANG PROVINCE Mudanjiang Teachers College 19 Wenhua Street, Aimin District Mudanjiang 157012 Heilongjiang Province People's Republic of China Contact: Professor Liang ZhongxianE-mail: liangzxjj@126.comTel: (453)6512300/13766660377    Harbin Institute of Technology Australian Studies CentreSchool of Foreign Languages92 West Dazhi Street, Nangang, HarbinContact: Professor Li JingyanE-mail:lijingyan@hit.edu.cn / lijingyan.622@163.comTel: 13946179628 / 18946170627________________________________________ HUBEI PROVINCE Wuhan University Australian Studies Centre School of Foreign Languages & Literature Wuhan UniversityContact: Dr. Huang ZhongEmail: frankhzz@126.com  Tel: 13387581316 INNER MONGOLIA Inner Mongolia University Australian Studies Centre Foreign Languages College Inner Mongolia University 235 Daxue Rd Saihan District Hohhot, Inner Mongolia 010021Contact: Prof. DuanManfuE-mail: duanmanfu@126.comPh: (471) 499 2924/18347126668  Inner Mongolia Normal University Australian Studies CentreSchool of Foreign LanguagesInner Mongolia Normal University 81 Zhaowuda Rd Saihan DistrictHohhot 010022Inner MongoliaPeople's Republic of ChinaContact: Professor Wu HaiyanE-mail:asc_imnu@163.com/wuhy@imnu.edu.cnPh: (471)4392462/ 15034918188________________________________________ JIANGSU PROVINCE Jiangsu Normal University Australian Studies CentreXuzhou Normal University 29 Shanghai Road, Tongshan New District, Xuzhou Jiangsu Province, China, 221116 Contact: Zhang QiushengEmail: qiushengzhang@yeah.netTel: (516) 8353 6381 /13952209237 Soochow University Australian Studies Centre Soochow University 1 Shizhi Street, Suzhou 215006 People's Republic of China Contact: Professor Wang LabaoE-mail: lbwang@suda.edu.cnTel: (512) 522 7568 /13063816627 Nanjing University Australian Studies CentreForeign Language School Nanjing University 22 Hankou Road Nanjing 210093, Jiangsu Province, China Contact: Professor Yang JincaiE-mail: yang@deakin.edu.au/jcy@nju.edu.cnTel: (25) 83685797/ 13913918908 Yangzhou University Australian Studies Centre School of Foreign StudiesYangzhou University Yangzhou 225002Jiangsu Province, ChinaContact: Professor Chen Qinglin Email: chenq@yzu.edu.cnNantong UniversityAustralian Studies Centre School of Foreign Studies No. 9 Seyuan Road Nantong Jiangsu P R China 226019Contact: Jiang LiEmail: li.jiang0705@gmail.comTel: (86 513) 8583 9607 /13862969311 ________________________________________ LIAONING PROVINCE Liaoning Normal University  Australian Studies CentreLiaoning Normal UniversityDalian, Liaoning ProvinceContact: Professor Leng HuiE-mail: caslnnu@163.com/lenghui@lnnu.edu.cnTel: 0411-82159071 Northeastern University Australian Studies CentreNortheastern UniversityShenyangContact: Prof. Zhao WenE-mail: dianawen@hotmail.com SHANGHAI Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences Australian Studies Centre Institute of World EconomyShanghai Academy of Social Science7-662 Huaihaizhong Road Shanghai 200020 People's Republic of China Contact: Xu MingqiE-mail: ASC-SASS@online.sh.cn East China Normal University Australian Studies Centre East China Normal University 500 Dongchuan Road, Shanghai 200241People's Republic of China Contact: Asso. Professor Chen Hong E-mail: asc@mail.ecnu.edu.cn/hchen@english.ecnu.edu.cnTel: (21) 54344902/ 13901956061Web: http://asc.ecnu.edu.cn University of Shanghai for Science and Technology Centre for Studies of Australian Affairs and Western Culture School of Foreign LanguagesUniversity of Shanghai for Science and Technology 516 Jun Gong Road Shanghai, 200093, China Contact: Professor Yang YongchunEmail:yangyongchun3658@163.comTel: (021) 6523 3961 / 15921215720 Shanghai University of International Business & Economics  Australian Studies Centre 1900 Wenxiang Road, 201620, Shanghai ChinaContact: Wang GuanglinE-mail:guanglinwang@163.com / nathan_wang@126.comTel: (21) 67703262 /13621882649Fax: (21) 67703112 Shanghai University Australian Studies Centre SHU-UTS SILC Business School20 Chengzhong Road, Jiading DistrictShanghai201899, PR China Contact: Dr. Hu XiaohanE-mail: xhhu@mail.shu.edu.cnTel: (21) 69980028/18621907922 East China University of Science & Technology Australian Studies Centre School of Foreign Languages East China University of Science & TechnologyNo. 130Meilong Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai200237People's Republic of China 上海市徐汇区梅陇路130号华东理工大学外国语学院Contact: Professor Yan Jinglan (颜静兰)Mobile: (86) 13817778110Email: yanjinglan@ecust.edu.cn ________________________________________ SHAANXI PROVINCE Xi’an International Studies University Australian Studies CentreSchool of English StudiesXi’an International Studies University Xi’an 710128Shaanxi Province People's Republic of China Contact: Dr Su TipingE-mail: sue6415@126.comTel: (29) 8530 9342 / 15991732472 ________________________________________ SICHUAN PROVINCE Xihua University Australian Studies CentreXihua University No 999 Jinzhou RoadJinniu DistrictChengdu 610039 Sichuan Province People's Republic of ChinaContact: Li XueqinE-mail: 386553042@qq.comTel: (28) 87721109 / 13608083862  Xihua Normal University Australian Studies CentreXihua Normal University Contact: Yang HongguiEmail:yhgshr@163.comTel: 18681755905 Sichuan UniversityAustralian Studies CentreJincheng College, Sichuan UniversityContact: Ms. Du HongboEmail: 120786861@qq.comTel: 13882232261 ________________________________________ TIANJIN Nankai University International Economy and Trade Department Nankai University Tianjin 300071 People's Republic of China Contact: A/Prof Xue HongmeiEmail: hongmeixue@hotmail.comTel: (22) 23502891 ________________________________________ ZHEJIANG PROVINCE Zhejiang University English Literatures Research and Australian Studies Centre Letter Box 2292 Zhejiang University - Xixi Campus 39 Tian Mu Shan Lu Hangzhou ZHEJIANG PROVINCE, 310028, PR ChinaContact: Professor Zhu JiongqiangEmail: jiongqiang_zhu@hotmail.comFax: (571) 87951358) 8760 0321 Ningbo University Australian Studies Centre Faculty of Foreign Languages Ningbo University PR China 315211 Contact: Cui Fenfeng Ph: (86 574) 8760 0368 Fax: (86 574) 8760 0321 Zhejiang Yuexiu University of Foreign Languages Australian Studies Centre 428 Kuiji Road Shaoxing 31200Zhejiang PR China Contact: He Jianle (Horace) Email: horace678@sohu.com  

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ANHUI PROVINCE Anhui University Oceanic Literature Research Institute Anhui University No 111 Jiulong Road Hefei 230601Anhui Province People's Republic of China Contact: Asso. Prof. Zhan Chunjuan E-mail: chunjuanzhan@sina.com Tel: (551) 63861838/13855120578 Web: http://olri.ahu.edu.cn BEIJING Beijing Foreign Studies University Australian Studies Centre, School of English and International Studies Beijing Foreign Studies University 2 XisanhuanNorth Road, Haidian District Beijing 100089 People's Republic of China Contact: Mr. Li Jianjun E-mail: whylijianjun@163.com / lijianjun@bfsu.edu.cn Mobile: (86) 13691372850 Tel: (10) 8881 7287 China Academy of Social Sciences Australian Studies Centre National Institute of International Strategy China Academy of Social Sciences, 3 Zhangzizhong Road Beijing 100007 People's Republic of China Contact: Professor Han Feng E-mail: dnyhf@hotmail.com / hanfeng@cass.org.cn Tel: (010) 64039034 / 13020050953 Peking University   Australian Studies Centre School of Foreign Languages Peking University No. 5 Yiheyuan Road, Haidian District Beijing 100871 People's Republic of China 北京市海淀区颐和园路5号北京大学外国语学院新楼 Contact: Professor Liu Shusen (刘树森) Mobile: (86) 13701127827 Email: lshuseng@pku.edu.cn Website:http://asc.sfl.pku.edu.cn/http://pkuasc.fasic.org.au/ Renmin University of China Australian Studies Centre School of Foreign Languages Room 625 Mingde International Building Renmin University of China 59 Zhongguancun Street Haidian, Beijing 100872  People's Republic of China Contact: Professor Zhang Yongxian E-mail: yxzhang@ruc.edu.cn Wechat: RUC澳大利亚研究中心   Tsinghua University Australian Studies Centre Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures Tsinghua University, Beijing100084 Contact: Prof. Wang Jinghui Email: jh.wang@mail.tsinghua.edu.cn Tel: (10) 6279 8592 / 13611224215 FUJIAN PROVINCE Xiamen University Australian Studies Centre Department of International Economics and Business Xiamen University Xiamen 361005 Fujian Province People's Republic of China Contact: Professor Huang Meibo E-mail: intertrade@xmu.edu.cn/ mbh841123@163.com Tel/Fax: (592) 218 6373/ GUANGDONG PROVINCE Sun Yat-sen University Australian Studies Centre School of Foreign Languages Sun Yat-sen University Guangzhou Guangdong Province Contact: Professor Chang Chenguang E-mail: flsccg@mail.sysu.edu.cn Tel: 13610090531 Web: http://asc.sysu.edu.cn\   Shantou University Centre for Australian Studies Contact: Professor Zhang Wei Email: david11@163.com   HEILONGJIANG PROVINCE Mudanjiang Teachers College 19 Wenhua Street, Aimin District Mudanjiang 157012 Heilongjiang Province People's Republic of China Contact: Professor Liang Zhongxian E-mail: liangzxjj@126.com Tel: (453)6512300/13766660377     Harbin Institute of Technology Australian Studies Centre School of Foreign Languages 92 West Dazhi Street, Nangang, Harbin Contact: Professor Li Jingyan E-mail:lijingyan@hit.edu.cn / lijingyan.622@163.com Tel: 13946179628 / 18946170627 HUBEI PROVINCE Wuhan University Australian Studies Centre School of Foreign Languages & Literature Wuhan University Contact: Dr. Huang Zhong Email: frankhzz@126.com  Tel: 13387581316      INNER MONGOLIA Inner Mongolia University Australian Studies Centre Foreign Languages College Inner Mongolia University 235 Daxue Rd Saihan District Hohhot, Inner Mongolia 010021 Contact: Prof. DuanManfu E-mail: duanmanfu@126.com Ph: (471) 499 2924/18347126668    Inner Mongolia Normal University Australian Studies Centre School of Foreign Languages Inner Mongolia Normal University 81 Zhaowuda Rd Saihan District Hohhot 010022Inner Mongolia People's Republic of China Contact: Professor Wu Haiyan E-mail:asc_imnu@163.com/ wuhy@imnu.edu.cn Ph: (471)4392462/ 15034918188 JIANGSU PROVINCE Jiangsu Normal University Australian Studies Centre Xuzhou Normal University 29 Shanghai Road, Tongshan New District, Xuzhou Jiangsu Province, China, 221116  Contact: Zhang Qiusheng Email: qiushengzhang@yeah.net Tel: (516) 8353 6381 /13952209237   Soochow University Australian Studies Centre Soochow University 1 Shizhi Street, Suzhou 215006 People's Republic of China   Contact: Professor Wang Labao E-mail: lbwang@suda.edu.cn Tel: (512) 522 7568 /13063816627 Nanjing University  Australian Studies Centre Foreign Language School Nanjing University 22 Hankou Road Nanjing 210093, Jiangsu Province, China Contact: Professor Yang Jincai E-mail: yang@deakin.edu.au/ jcy@nju.edu.cn Tel: (25) 83685797/ 13913918908   Yangzhou University Australian Studies Centre School of Foreign Studies Yangzhou University Yangzhou 225002 Jiangsu Province, China Contact: Professor Chen Qinglin Email: chenq@yzu.edu.cn   Nantong University Australian Studies Centre School of Foreign Studies No. 9 Seyuan Road Nantong Jiangsu P R China 226019 Contact: Jiang Li Email: li.jiang0705@gmail.com Tel: (86 513) 8583 9607 /13862969311  LIAONING PROVINCE Liaoning Normal University Australian Studies Centre Liaoning Normal University Dalian, Liaoning Province Contact: Professor Leng Hui E-mail: caslnnu@163.com/ lenghui@lnnu.edu.cn Tel: 0411-82159071   Northeastern University Australian Studies Centre Northeastern University Shenyang Contact: Prof. Zhao Wen E-mail: dianawen@hotmail.com     SHANGHAI Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences Australian Studies Centre Institute of World Economy Shanghai Academy of Social Science 7-662 Huaihaizhong Road Shanghai 200020 People's Republic of China Contact: Xu Mingqi E-mail: ASC-SASS@online.sh.cnEast China Normal University  Australian Studies Centre East China Normal University 500 Dongchuan Road, Shanghai 200241 People's Republic of China Contact: Asso. Professor Chen Hong E-mail: asc@mail.ecnu.edu.cn /hchen@english.ecnu.edu.cn Tel: (21) 54344902/ 13901956061 Web: http://asc.ecnu.edu.cn University of Shanghai for Science and Technology Centre for Studies of Australian Affairs and Western Culture School of Foreign Languages University of Shanghai for Science and Technology 516 Jun Gong Road Shanghai, 200093, China Contact: Professor Yang Yongchun Email:yangyongchun3658@163.com Tel: (021) 6523 3961 / 15921215720   Shanghai University of International Business & Economics Australian Studies Centre 1900 Wenxiang Road, 201620, Shanghai China Contact: Wang Guanglin E-mail:guanglinwang@163.com / nathan_wang@126.com Tel: (21) 67703262 /13621882649 Fax: (21) 67703112 Shanghai University Australian Studies Centre SHU-UTS SILC Business School 20 Chengzhong Road, Jiading District Shanghai201899, PR China Contact: Dr. Hu Xiaohan E-mail: xhhu@mail.shu.edu.cn Tel: (21) 69980028/18621907922   East China University of Science & Technology Australian Studies Centre School of Foreign Languages East China University of Science & Technology No. 130Meilong Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai200237 People's Republic of China 上海市徐汇区梅陇路130号华东理工大学外国语学院 Contact: Professor Yan Jinglan (颜静兰) Mobile: (86) 13817778110 Email: yanjinglan@ecust.edu.cn SHAANXI PROVINCE Xi’an International Studies University  Australian Studies Centre School of English Studies Xi’an International Studies University Xi’an 710128 Shaanxi Province People's Republic of China Contact: Dr Su Tiping E-mail: sue6415@126.com Tel: (29) 8530 9342 / 15991732472 SICHUAN PROVINCE Xihua University Australian Studies Centre Xihua University No 999 Jinzhou Road Jinniu District Chengdu 610039 Sichuan Province People's Republic of China Contact: Li Xueqin E-mail: 386553042@qq.com Tel: (28) 87721109 / 13608083862   Xihua Normal University Australian Studies Centre Xihua Normal University Contact: Yang Honggui Email:yhgshr@163.com Tel: 18681755905    Sichuan University Australian Studies Centre Jincheng College, Sichuan University Contact: Ms. Du Hongbo Email: 120786861@qq.com Tel: 13882232261 TIANJIN Nankai University International Economy and Trade Department Nankai University Tianjin 300071 People's Republic of China Contact: A/Prof Xue Hongmei Email: hongmeixue@hotmail.com Tel: (22) 23502891 ZHEJIANG PROVINCE  Zhejiang University  English Literatures Research and Australian Studies Centre Letter Box 2292 Zhejiang University - Xixi Campus 39 Tian Mu Shan Lu Hangzhou ZHEJIANG PROVINCE, 310028, PR China Contact: Professor Zhu Jiongqiang Email: jiongqiang_zhu@hotmail.com Fax: (571) 87951358   Ningbo University Australian Studies Centre Faculty of Foreign Languages Ningbo University PR China 315211 Contact: Cui Fenfeng Ph: (86 574) 8760 0368 Fax: (86 574) 8760 0321 Zhejiang Yuexiu University of Foreign Languages Australian Studies Centre 428 Kuiji Road Shaoxing 31200 Zhejiang PR China Contact: He Jianle (Horace) Email: horace678@sohu.com

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2017 BHP Billiton Australia China Scholarships

2017 BHP Billiton Australia China Scholarships 15 February 2017The Foundation for Australian Studies in China (FASIC) is pleased to announce the opening of the second round of the BHP Billiton Australia China Scholarships (Scholarships).The Scholarships were established to encourage and assist students and young professionals to pursue specialised study, research and experience in priority areas of interest in the bilateral Australia-China relationship. Scholarships will be given to encourage Australian students and young professionals to study in People’s Republic of China in the following priority areas of interest:• Sustainability, including climate change, carbon capture storage, low emissions technology, biodiversity, water stewardship• Governance, including corporate and local community governance, International Regulatory Systems• Economic policy – Free Trade• Women in leadershipScholarships may also be given to Chinese students and young professionals to study in Australia in the field of:• Australian Studies, with the scholarship awarded in this discipline to be known as the BHP Billiton David Walker Scholarship in Australian StudiesThe Scholarships are administered by FASIC and funding has been generously provided by BHP Billiton. The Scholarships will have a value of up to A$60,000 per annum and may be payable for up to three years, depending on the successful applicant’s course of study.Applicants must be Australian citizens or have been granted Permanent Resident Status prior to the date of an Applicant’s submission of a Scholarship application. Applicants for the BHP Billiton David Walker Australian Studies Scholarship may be citizens of the People’s Republic of China.Applicants must have completed or be about to complete an undergraduate degree from an Australian or a Chinese university and be planning to undertake postgraduate study at a Chinese university (or an Australian university for those applying for the BHP Billiton David Walker Scholarship in Australian Studies) no later than in the calendar year following the year of the Applicant’s Scholarship award.A Selection Committee will consider the following criteria in assessing Applicants:• Academic excellence (outstanding university results, such as honours degrees)• Academic focus in areas of priority interest for the Scholarship program identified above• Leadership skills• Strong academic and community referees• Commitment to the enhancement of the Australia China relationshipApplicants should email a completed application form in Word format and required materials to scholarship17@fasic.org.au. Applications must be submitted no later than 14 May 2017.Click here to download a copy of the application form.

14 February 2017 11:05

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