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The Shanghai Free Trade Zone is an ambitious step forward despite initial disappointments, writes Willy Lam.
Dr Jue Chen looks at the huge opportunities for Australia’s agri sector as China’s growing middle class takes an increasingly…
Some Chinese made products get a bad wrap when it comes to quality. But as Tim Mclean writes, investing in time, communication and quality control can make China a quality and cost effective source for manufacturing.
The University of Melbourne has brought all of its Asia-focussed centres and institutes under the one umbrella, with the recent establishment of its Melbourne Asia Research Network.
Chinese scrolls and paintings, some dating back to the 14th century, are the centrepiece of the National Gallery of Victoria’s relaunch of its Asian Art temporary exhibition.
Qantas and China Southern have signed a codeshare agreement, opening up travel options for Chinese tourists to Australia and Australian travellers to China.
AustCham Beijing has opened applications for the 2014 intake of the AustCham Beijing Future Business Leaders Program.
Is Shanghai’s new Free Trade Zone the biggest step in the liberalisation of China’s financial services sector or a damp squib? David Thomas looks at the finer points of China's latest free trade experiment.
The University of Melbourne’s Mr. Zili Shao was this year’s big winner at the ACAA / IELTS 2013 Australia China Alumni Awards, taking out the prestigious Alumni of the year Award.
Geoff Tink looks at the precarious balance for foreign businesses building brand loyalty in China.
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