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Australia-China Relationship: Our Current Challenges 中澳关系:我们面临新挑战

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RMIT University Swanston Academic Building

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Date: Saturday 18 August 2018

Time: 9.00am to 5.00pm

Venue: RMIT University, 445 Swanston Street, Melbourne

Building 80, Level 1, Room 80.01.02

Special Guest of Honour

The Hon Alan Tudge, Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs



Chinese Australians form a large complex melting pot with a range of multigenerational families of the late 1800’s, SE Asian settlers of 70’s and 80’s and new mainland residents over the past 20 years.

The attitudes of local mainstream Australians are changing significantly towards us with the rise of China’s economic and political influence. There are dynamics of positive business and trade development, heavy presence of Chinese tertiary academics, and ongoing geo-politics of the increasing presence of the Belt Road Initiative and South China Seas dispute. More recently the Chinese Australia community is the centre of attention over Foreign Influence, and is referenced by the mainstream media to the developing interplay of the US – Australian defence alliance and the Chinese government actions.

Challenges in current times take us into further responsibility for the state of our community leadership, cooperative forums and action, our needs for the young, middle years and aged sectors, and the development of a long lasting legacy for our community structure and communications.

The program is as below:

8.00am-9.00am Registration

9.00am-9.10am Welcome

MC: Mr Kingsley Liu, Vice President of the CCCA NSW

Ms June Anderson, President of the CCCAV

9.10am-9.40am Keynote Speaker

Professor the Hon Gareth Evans AC QC, Chancellor of Australian National University and former Foreign Minister of Australia

9.40am-10.00am Special Speaker

The Hon John Brumby AO, President of Australia China Business Council, former Premier of Victoria

10.00am-11.00am Session 1. Rise of China & Australia

Panellists:

Professor the Hon Gareth Evans AC, Chancellor of Australian National University, former Australian Foreign Minister

Prof Jianfu Chen, Professor of Law, School of Law, La Trobe University

Mr Jason Li, Chair of Vantage Asia Holdings

Mr Mike Yang, Director of Modun Group

Chair:

Mr Hong Lim MP, Parliamentary Secretary for Multicultural Affairs and Asia Engagement, Victoria

11.00am-11.30am Morning Tea

11.30am-12.30pm Session 2. Chinese Australian Diaspora – Media, Multiculture & Foreign Influence

Panellists:

Prof Wanning Sun, Professor of Media and Communication Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UTS

Councillor Kun Huang, City of Cumberland NSW

Mr Jieh-Yung Lo, Writer, Researcher and Commentator

Chair:

Mr Kingsley Liu

12.30pm-1.30pm Lunch

1.30pm-3.00pm Session 3. Organising to achieve community outcomes and results

Special Speaker

Dr Frank Wu (by skype), President of the Committee of 100, U.S.A.

Panellists:

Mr David Wong MNZM, Foundation Trustee, Chinese Poll Tax Heritage Trust, NZ

Mr Benjamin Chow AO, President, Chinese Australian Forum, NSW
Mr Tony Pang, Deputy Chair/Secretary, Chinese Australian Services Society, NSW
Ms Cheri Ong, Chair and Founder, Asian Australian Foundation

Chair:

Ms Daphne Lowe, Former president, Chinese Heritage Association of Australia

3.00pm-3.20pm Afternoon Tea

3.20pm-4.50pm Session 4. New leaders – new faces

Panellists:

Dr Yongqiang Li, Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria and High Court of Australia

Mr Gary Li, Founder of AIDE Education

Ms Shu-Ling Chua, writer

Mr Max Wang, CEO of First Biotech

Ms Jingjing Huang, The Multicultural Ambassador of City Ballarat for 2018-2019

Councillor George Hua, City of Kingston

Ms Sanna Wei, writer

Councillor Philip Liu, City of Melbourne

Ms Wesa Chau, Director of Cultural Intelligence

Chair:

Mr Gen Li, Treasurer of the CCCAV, Founder of 2Future Education

Special Introduction:

Ms Jennifer Yang, Federal Election Candidate for Chisholm

Mr Meng Heang Tak, State Election Candidate for Clarinda

4.50pm-5.00pm Wrap Up

Ms Marion Lau OAM, Vice President of the CCCAV

Contact: Ms Li Zhang, 0402 279 257, cccavic@gmail.com


日期:2018年8月18日星期六

时间:上午9点至下午5点

地点:墨尔本皇家理工大学,445 Swanston Street, Melbourne

Building 80, Level 1, Room 80.01.02

澳洲华裔成了一个庞大而复的大熔炉,包含有十九世纪后半叶的早期移民后裔家庭,二十世纪七、八十年代的移民,以及最近二十年来自中国大陆的新移民。

随着中国经济和政治影响力的增强,当地主流澳洲人对待华裔的态度正在发生着改变,有积极的商业和贸易发展动态,有华裔学者的大量涌现,也有持续存在的“一带一路”倡议和南中国海争端的地缘政治。最近,澳洲华人社区更成为了外国影响力话题的风暴中心,并被主流媒体报导为在美国-澳大利亚国防联盟和中国政府之间起到中间作用。

当前的挑战使我们感受到比以往更重大的责任,带领社区,合作论坛,采取行动,满足我们不同年龄代群体的不同需求,着眼于整个华人社区结构的长期沟通和发展。

特别演讲嘉宾:The Hon Alan Tudge, 联邦政府公民及多元文化事务部长

本次论坛分为四个部分:

1. 中国腾飞下的澳大利亚

2. 澳洲华裔 –媒体,多元文化,外国影响力

3. 海外华人社区的发展成果

4. 我们的新生力量

提供早茶和下午茶。

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联系人:张麗 cccavic@gmail.com

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