Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk made the announcement early this month.
Griffith will host a two-day conference this month to examine the transformation of communist and post-communist societies over the past three decades.
“The North Koreans ... demonstrated actually that they recognise that they might need the Chinese."
Leading international and local scholars will come together in January for a conference that will cast an analytical eye on the rise of China and its impact on global politics. Titled Debating China and International Order, the two-day conference will be held from 17-18 January at the Royal on the Park Hotel, and is the first […]
A temporary alliance to complete a design and manufacturing contest has fostered a deeper partnership between Griffith University scientists and Chinese manufacturers that may see new businesses brought to Queensland. Recently, GE Business Innovation Manager, Ty Ferretti, went to three Chinese cities with Professor Eddie Zhang to build up relationships with Chinese companies looking to […]
Queensland researchers and entrepreneurs will be able to access expertise and investment opportunities in China through a new State Government program offering up to $20,000 for placements in key Chinese technology incubators.
In October 2015, the United States Navy conducted a well-prepared freedom of navigation (FON) operation within 12 nautical miles of the Subi and Mischief reefs off the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea (SCS). As The New York Times put it, the major purpose was to “challenge Beijing’s ambitions in the South China Sea,” […]