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Igniting China
in the minds of young Australians

Chinese Language Teachers Federation of Australia 18th National Conference - Perth, Australia
Igniting China in the minds of 40,000 Australian high school students nation-wide for the Asian Century.

Workshops and online content for ages 13-18 years old.
Engaging China Project
The University of Queensland
The University of Sydney
The University of New South Wales
Macquarie University
The Australian National University
Melbourne University
The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
The University of Western Australia
The University of Adelaide

Beijing
Shanghai
Guangzhou
Australia-China Youth Association
A 2000+ strong network of university students building skills and networks in Australia and China.
Ages 17-25
Beijing
Shanghai
Sydney
Canberra
Melbourne
Australia-China
Young
Professionals
Initiative
A platform for young professionals in Australia and China to engage with the most significant issues of the bilateral relationship.

Over 1000 attendees at events since December 2010.
2010: Beijing + Shanghai
2011: Canberra + Sydney
2012: Beijing + Chengdu
Australia-China Youth
Dialogue
Founded to promote more sophisticated cross-cultural understanding among Australian and Chinese youth.

Enhances Sino-Australian relations by bringing together key people form both sides to forge deeper connections now and for the future.
A bi-lateral network of over 5500+ young people aged 13-35 who are living, studying or working on the Sino-Australian relationship.

Set to expand to over 20,000 over the next 5 years.

Background and non-background Mandarin speakers in Australia.
Chinese international students studying in Australia.
ACYA GROUP
Federal Government
State Government
State Education Departments
Parents
School leaders

Universities
Corporates - internships
Government
Embassy and consulates

Corporate sector
Federal government
Training institutions

Andrea Myles - National Director -
Engaging China Project
andrea.myles@acya.org.au
Corporate partners
Government
Multilateral institutions

How do we do this?
a
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a

making

China
cool...
Workshop:
How can we help you?
What do we do?
Face
-to-
face workshops
Developing networks outside of school
Online resources
facebook twitter weibo engagingchinaproject
.org.au
These are works by a Chinese artist named Yang Liu. She was born in Beijing but moved to German at a young age to complete her schooling. She created these artworks which represent the differences she felt between Chinese and German culture.
What do you think they talking about?
Continuing Chinese at University
Most universities offer Mandarin language studies.

Melbourne University

Monash University
Deakin University

La Trobe University
RMIT

Victoria University
I studied at a language centre in Taipei.

Former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd studied here in 1980.

You can enrol to study at language centres without being enrolled in University or having completed at degree in Australia
Questions? Comments?
www.engagingchinaproject.org.au
andrea.myles@acya.org.au
www.engagingchinaproject.org.au
ACBC member
companies
ACBC University members
Internship proposals
submitted to ACBC
Universities match quality proposals with appropriate university internship initiative
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