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The 132 visa, Immigration and Changing Business Models: The Untold “Chinese...

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Room 318, Eduction 2 (ED2)

La Trobe University

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While many would argue or assume that Australia’s booming wine export to China can be attributed to drivers like ChAFTA, quality Aussie wine and the changing aspirations and tastes of China’s emerging middle class, this seminar will focus on a hidden (Chinese) factor behind the phenomenon, and show how Australia’s migration policy and recent Chinese immigrants have been driving the astounding growth. It will also introduce, via three case studies, the challenges faced and adjustments made by these new Chinese Australians, through changing business models.

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Dan (Diane) HU, Assistant Professor, Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU). Ms. HU Dan teaches “Australian Economy and Its Economic Relations with China”, the only course in China featuring Australian economy, comparing Australian and Chinese economies and regulatory systems and examining key issues in bilateral economic. She has chaired or participated in several projects on China-Australia (economic) relations, with funding from the National Social Sciences Fund, Ministry of Education and Foundation on Australian Studies in China. Her PhD thesis examines China's investment during the Labor government and the latter's FDI policy and approach towards China. She was delegate to both 2015 China Australia Millennial Project and Australia-China Youth Dialogue (FASIC Fellow) and has been an active commentator on Australia-related issues on media and thinktanks, including China’s national TV and radio CCTV and CRI, Jiefang Daily, SBS, Financial Review, Reuters and UTS ACRI. She is Deputy Director of the Australian Studies Centre of Beijing Foreign Studies University and Deputy General Secretary of the Chinese Association for Australian Studies. She is also Co-Deputy Chief-Editor of Blue Book of Australia and Co-Executive Chief-Editor of Journal of Australian Studies in China.

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