Grant recipient

Project

Location

Grant amount (ex- GST)

The George Institute for Global Health

Australia-China co-operation in Health Technology Assessment (HTA) projects that will improve the sustainability of the health sectors in both countries. 

NSW

$100,000

Flinders University

Collaboration in dementia caregiver education and research that will showcase Australia’s excellence in dementia care and research by developing a Chinese iSupport program.

SA

$400,000

Museum of Chinese in Australia (Sydney)

Support the planning and development stage of a museum on the history and contribution of Chinese Australians to the Australian story.

NSW $300,000

Melbourne Symphony Orchestra

Instrumental and orchestral masterclasses with high profile Chinese and Australian artists, along with events such as in conversations, workshops and discussions.

VIC

$100,000

Astronomy Australia

Australia-China Consortium for Astrophysical Research (ACAMAR) will host joint workshops to support continued dialogue and constructive exchange in space research.

VIC

$200,000

Hurstville Museum and Gallery

Our Journeys Our Stories: Chinese migration history in St George. Exhibition on Chinese migration and historic contribution of Chinese Australians to the local area and display of artworks by leading Chinese Australian artists.

NSW

$23,500

Australia Council for the Arts

Collaboration on visiting Chinese producers and presenters program to showcase Australian creative industries.

NSW

$170,000

Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery

Collecting and curating the stories of the contemporary Chinese Tasmanian experience. 

TAS

$50,000

OzAsia Festival

Presentation of three new artistic commissions featuring Chinese Australian artists and stories, together with Australia-China creative collaboration and exchange.

SA

$100,000

 

Foundation for Australian Studies in China

Australian Studies program, biennial Australia Studies Conference and development of audio and video interviews with distinguished Australian writers and scholars.

NSW

$200,000

Australia-China Youth Dialogue

Support for annual youth dialogue activities and new Alumni Program to promote sustainable people-to-people links.

QLD

$35,000

 

Australia-China Youth Association

Delivering an online Australia-China Emerging Leaders’ Summit (ACELS).

ACT

$11,400

Australian Academy of Humanities

Mapping Australian research and training capacity in China studies and identifying areas for improved capacity.

ACT

$341,500

National Security College

Webinar series to raise awareness and strengthen understanding of China.

ACT

$72,018

University of Sydney

Bilingual mental well-being app for Chinese international students in Australia to support their mental health and study experience.

NSW

$150,000

University of Western Australia

A training program on helicobacter pylori (a prevalent global pathogen) for Chinese doctors and clinical scientists on how to culture, research and treat H.pylori using Australia’s world leading technical expertise. 

WA

$40,000

Opera Australia Development of the digital content for an Australia China co-production of Wagner’s Ring Cycle in Brisbane. QLD/NSW $100,000
Asialink China Digital Economy Academy to build capability of SMEs to understand and engage with China’s digital economy. VIC $300,000
Australia-China Business Council Developing business capability and resilience through industry summits, as well as practical support through workshops for experienced exporters. VIC $170,000
ANU Geoeconomics Working Group Executive workshops to enhance the capability and resilience of Australian businesses as they engage with China.  ACT $372,000
Australia New Zealand School of Government Dialogue series on major policy challenges involving officials and academics from Australia, China and New Zealand. VIC $100,000
ANU East Asian Bureau of Economic Research Joint research and policy exchange and workshops with the China Center for International Economic Exchanges (CCIEE). ACT $267,000
Lowy Institute Research program on bilateral trade and economic challenges and opportunities – building resilience NSW $389,957
Auspicious Arts (Australian Performing Arts Market)

Workshops and exchange between arts and cultural leaders in Hong Kong and Australia to maintain and build connections, and create commercial and cultural opportunities.

VIC $50,000
Museum of Chinese Australian History

Promoting and supporting understanding and people to people links through research and showcasing connections between Indigenous Australian and Chinese communities.

VIC $100,000

Football Australia 

Supporting Australian and Chinese women’s sport and cultural exchange with a Young Matilda’s under-20 soccer team tour across three cities in China.

NSW $289,200

 

Ad hoc Grant

Grant recipient

Project

Location

Grant amount (ex- GST)

The Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity

Leading COVID-related activities with select Chinese universities (including Fudan, Hong Kong and Tsinghua universities). 

VIC

$600,000