China in a Dynamic Changing World

  • DateFriday, 
    3 May 2019

  • WhereInnes Room - Level 4, Building 21C, UQ

  • Book now

This free symposium will bring together leading UQ experts on China to showcase their research, exchange ideas and discuss current developments in a multidisciplinary forum.

Speakers range from disciplines such as economics, business, law, political science, tourism, agriculture and food science, and earth and environmental science.

Symposium Chair: Associate Professor Renuka Mahadevan
 

View program (PDF, 541.5 KB)

 

Benefits of attending

  • Explore and make sense of the rapid changes occurring in China
  • For students, this is a great opportunity to find out more about the Understanding China course before enrolling next semester

Key themes

  • Economy and business
  • Environment and agriculture
  • Foreign policy and law
  • Tourism and well-being


Book now to deepen your understanding of China, the economic power house and Australia’s largest trading partner. Spaces are limited.

“With China's rapid development and growing influence around the world, it is important to understand China better so that we as future leaders can act as facilitators between the cultures of people and organisations.”

Shan-Yuan Liew
President of UQ’s Australia-China Youth Association

“Hearing different professional and objective perspectives at the symposium can provide new insights into the opportunities and challenges China is facing. This is relevant for not just Chinese students but anyone who is interested in a rapidly growing economy.”

Vera Ying Wang
Postgraduate student

 

Contact

Sarah Brischetto
Marketing and Events Officer (Economics)
School of Economics

Colin Clark building (#39)
The University of Queensland
St Lucia 4072 Australia

+61 7 336 54959
s.brischetto@uq.edu.au