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UniSA plants roots in China

The University of South Australia has undertaken a two-way investment opportunity to become the first Australian university to have a technology transfer office in China’s Suzhou Industrial Park. UniSA Ventures opened its doors yesterday, and will act as a platform ...

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UON latest uni to offend China

A UON business lecturer has inadvertently raised China's ire after suggesting Taiwan and Hong Kong are separate countries. The lecturer showed a report by anti-corruption NGO Transparency International that included this information, and was thereafter confronted and secretly recorded by a group of ...

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Ties with China now surpass the US

Australian universities currently have more links with universities in China than with any other part of the world, the federal Tertiary Education Minister and a leading university lobby have announced.   Attending the Australia-China University Leaders Forum in Canberra, Senator ...

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Chinese dream a nice surprise

A Sydney student who competed in a Mandarin competition in China believes the best way to know a country is to learn its language. Competing in the finals of an international language contest, University of NSW law student Andrew Blackie ...

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East meets West, by degrees

With less individual choice, the decision about VET or university is made easier in China but like us they are still hung up about status, writes Stuart Middleton. As I promised, I write again partly from China, partly from an ...

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Great Wall of opportunity

In a letter from Guangzhou, Stuart Middleton asks why Australia and New Zealand don’t train more Chinese tradespeople. I have come up to China with a civic delegation from Auckland with all the trappings that go with that – banquets, ...

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Don’t be shy about China but be careful

China's tertiary education sector is an expanding area attracting millions of dollars in government funding a year, and one which foreign partners should not shy away from taking part in.  That was the message of Professor Jeffrey Lehman, an American ...

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