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Australia Bites

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Founded in February 2012 and with a readership in the thousands, ACYA AustraliaBites is an English-Chinese bilingual monthly newsletter targeted at Chinese (and other) international students in Australia that provides a snapshot of recent Australian current affairs, pop culture, and idiomatic language. It aims to provide Chinese interested in Australia and/or learning English with an enjoyable and useful way to improve their knowledge of and engage with Australian society.

2013 Archive

China Bites

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Founded in February 2012 and with a readership in the thousands, ACYA ChinaBites is a monthly newsletter that provides an insightful and somewhat alternative coverage of Chinese current affairs, pop culture, and idiomatic language. We hope to provide Australians and other non-Chinese with an interesting and amusing way to keep abreast of what is happening in China and engage more with Chinese language and culture.

2013 Archive

ACYA Journal of Australia-China Affairs 2013

 

Screen Shot 2013-11-06 at 7.07.24 pm The third volume of the annual ACYA Journal of Australia-China Affairs has been released!


The 2013 edition is co-published by the Australia-China Youth Association (ACYA) and the University of Sydney China Studies Centre (CSC), and for the first time has been rendered completely bilingual by the ACYA Translation Sub-Committee and peer-reviewed by academic staff of the CSC.

The Journal provides a high-quality and high-visibility platform for students and young professionals to publish academic essays, opinion articles and creative work pertaining to some aspect of Australia and China. It is a unique publication that plays an important role in giving a voice to Australian and Chinese students and young professionals in the Australia-China academic discourse, covering a wide variety of topics and writing styles.

2013 Journal

2012 Journal

2011 Journal

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