After receiving a record number of competitive applications, the 2017 ACYA National Executive Committee is excited to welcome the 2017 ACYA National Directors to their appointed positions:
- Careers Director: James Tang
- P2P Director: Cormac MacCarthy
- Education Director: April Liu
- Business Development Director: Tom Linnette
- Translations Director: Joanne Tse
- Media Director: Samantha Jonscher
- Publications Director: Charlie Lyons-Jones
- IT Director: Ryan White
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I’m about to commit a cardinal sin. Whereas my last two blog posts have featured places to eat and drink in Sydney, I’ve decided, in lieu of my visit there last month, to venture beyond the seas to Hong Kong in this latest of posts.
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ACYA National Education Officer Declan Fry recently spoke to Kate Kalinova, a delegate at the 2016 China Road International Conference.
The China Road conference, sponsored by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and the University of Newcastle, saw speakers and delegates from China and around the world giving panel and paper presentations on the concept of the ‘China Road’ from a range of perspectives, including philosophy, Marxism, economics, politics, society, education, culture, different forms of democracy, and international relations in the Asian Century.
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The Australia-China Youth Association (ACYA) and The Renmin University of China Business School (RBS) are proud to announce that applications for the 2017 ACYA-RBS International MBA Scholarship are now open!
The ACYA-RBS International MBA Scholarhip began in 2015 as ACYA’s first scholarship program in mainland China. The Scholarship will provide an ACYA member with a full scholarship over the 2-year degree.
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The Australia-China Youth Association (ACYA) is pleased to announce the conclusion of the 2017 Annual General Meeting (AGM). The AGM was held on February 26, 2017. National Committee Executives, Chapter Committee Executives and interested members gathered in more than eight cities to hear annual reports from the 2016 National Executive Committee and to vote for the 2017 National Executive Committee.
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David Shaw is an ACYA alumnus who now works in Westpac’s Shanghai office as a credit analyst and has half a decade of experience in China. Joe Zhan, an Adelaide University alumnus, lectures at Shanghai University of Finance and works with exchange students heading to Australia.
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Located in south west China, Chongqing is rapidly becoming one of the most economically important cities in China. Chongqing and Australia have been long term partners. This relationship was further strengthened in 2002 through the largest educational aid project: the Australian China Chongqing Vocational Education and Training Project. Through this close relationship the Chongqing Education Commission has given authorisation for Chongqing Industry Polytechnic to offer 10 full Study in Chongqing Scholarships for Victorian students.
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The Australia China Youth Association (ACYA) is excited to announce details of the upcoming Annual General Meeting (AGM) for 2017.
Attendance at the AGM is open to all of the National Executive, Chapter Executives, and ACYA members in both countries.
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ACYA is proud to announce that we will be hosting the 2017 Golden Koala Chinese Film Festival (GKCFF) for its 7th edition. GKCFF is Australia’s peak Chinese film festival, and aims to promote Chinese films and boost Australia’s understanding of Chinese culture. It brings to Australia the best Chinese language films this season, showcasing new, up-and-coming directors. Tickets are free, all films are subtitled in both English and Chinese, and all members of the community are encouraged to come along.
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The Australia China Youth Association (ACYA) is proud to announce collaboration between its signature event, the Australia China Emerging Leaders Summit (ACELS), and the Australian Embassy Beijing.
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