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11 July 2014

A new agreement for Australia-China Tourism research

Vice Chancellor, Professor Ian O’Connor and Professor Ning Bin, President,Beijing Jiaotong University Members of the visiting delegation with Griffith University...

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20 January 2014
A group of performers, dressed in white, holding red fans, in action at the opening of the Tourism Confucius Insitute.

Tourism researchers target China Dream

Griffith University has called for papers to be submitted for the first East-West Dialogue on Tourism and the Chinese Dream...

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29 May 2013
Professor Buckley ( far left) at the China-Australia Dialogue on Marine Ecotourism

China-Australia Dialogue on Marine Ecotourism

China-Australia Dialogue on Marine Ecotourism held in Ninghai recently provided the opportunity to explore the potential of marine ecotourism for China's growing tourism appetite.

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15 September 2022
China and the United Kingdom.

Change underfoot in the uneasy UK-China relationship?

Professor Caitlin Byrne suggests that leaders on both sides of this bilateral relationship will be carefully considering next steps in the context of their shifting domestic narratives and global ambitions.

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20 November 2017

Sustainable growth in the spotlight at 2017 East-West Dialogue on Tourism and the Chinese Dream

The region’s foremost experts in tourism will converge at the Marriott hotel in Surfers Paradise this week for the third...

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11 July 2016
Aerial photo of the Gold Coast, Queensland

Asia Business Challenge targets Gold Coast tourism attractions

Students from Griffith Business School will work with a group of students from China and Taiwan later this month to develop plans for a possible new Gold Coast tourism attraction that will appeal to the Asian market.

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11 November 2015
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7 October 2015
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20 May 2015

New cultural courses at the Tourism Confucius Institute

The speed and elegance of traditional Chinese brush-work art can seem a magical skill for western artists used to painting...

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16 April 2015

China economy to slow, hurting Australia: IMF

Helen Westerman, The Conversation and Sunanda Creagh, The Conversation A crackdown on cheap credit in China is expected to help...

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