Search results for: chinese bridge

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18 October 2018

Film production builds a bridge to Asia

Griffith has collaborated with film schools in China and South Korea to make a screen trilogy that bridges language barriers, cultural clashes and the tyranny of distance. In a world-first collaboration, post-graduate filmmakers from Griffith Film School, the Beijing Film Academy and Dankook University Film Schoolhave created a three-part adaptation of the classic Chinese novel, Rickshaw Boy.

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10 July 2013
Griffith students & staff

Students receive top honours in Chinese proficiency

Chinese Bridge is a worldwide competition for university students to demonstrate their passion for Chinese language and culture as well as to enhance relations between China and other countries.

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5 June 2015

First Prize win sends Griffith student soaring to China

Shannon Dyer looked out over a sea of chaos as nearly a thousand Chinese middle school students enthusiastically participated in...

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20 December 2022

Centre for Governance and Public Policy Book Launch 2022

The Centre for Governance and Public Policy (CGPP) annual Book Launch celebrated the publications of 2022 at the Griffith University...

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29 November 2021
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5 December 2019

Griffith’s first Schwarzman scholar

Griffith Bachelor of Commerce graduate Caitlene Hillman has been awarded a prestigious Schwarzman Scholarship for 2020/21.

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22 February 2019

Cyber attacks as a new form of violence against states?

By Dr Samuli Haataja Griffith Law School In recent weeks there have been reports (here and here) of cyber attacks...

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4 August 2017
Adrian Wilkinson

Five minutes with…Adrian Wilkinson

Professor Adrian Wilkinson is the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing’s long-serving (foundation) Director. He’s a pretty darn good captain...

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19 October 2016
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29 March 2016

Five minutes with…Zhou Jiang

Dr Zhou Jiang joined the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing in early 2016. Although his interests are broad, and...

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