Welcome to the January 2024 issue of the Foundation's newsletter, where you can read more about the Foundation's grants, activities and events.
Australian surf lifesavers are world leaders in aquatic rescue. In 2023 a team travelled to Hainan to teach their skills to lifesavers from across China.
The City of Darwin hosted the inaugural Darwin International Dragon Boat Festival in June 2023.
Welcome to the October 2023 issue of the Foundation's newsletter, where you can read more about the Foundation's grants, activities and events.
The National Foundation for Australia-China Relations is pleased to announce that the 2023-24 grants round is now open for applications.
Public information sessions will be held online on 29 August (English) and 31 August (Mandarin).
Are you a Chinese international student or a domestic university student with an interest in Australia-China relations? Are you passionate about engaging with the community, developing your leadership skills and growing your professional connections? Find out more about the Foundation’s first Student Ambassador Program, applications close Sunday 27 August.
Welcome to issue four of our newsletter, where you can read more about the Foundation's grants, activities and events.
This year’s NAIDOC week theme ‘For Our Elders’ recognises the important role Elders have played, and continue to play, in First Nations communities and families.
Are you interested in gaining experience in foreign policy and government related work. Are you excited by the prospect of working overseas during your career? Do you want to obtain practical skills to help your future career path?
Welcome to issue three of the Friends of the Foundation newsletter.
The Wang Gungwu Lecture celebrates the substantial and longstanding contributions of Australia’s diverse Chinese communities to Australian life.
Foreign Minister Penny Wong delivered remarks for the Wang Gungwu Lecture 2023