Level 1, Room 002 RMIT University, City Campus Building 80 445 Swanston Street Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Austrade, ACASE, IP Australia and ACBC are proud to present a seminar presenting up to date information on IP in China with experts with current information form the market. Yarra Room - International Chamber House, Level 5, 121 Exhibition Street Melbourne, Victoria 3000 ACBC Victoria is pleased to invite our members to meet with Canton Fair Delegation on 1 December at International Chamber House.

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Operating in Australia for over 20 years, Bank of China has experienced first hand the colossal growth and development in Australian financial services.

Our understanding of the Australian market in partnership with our vast network of branches spanning China provides a key financial link between Australia and China.

Herbert Smith Freehills, Level 42, 101 Collins Street, Melbourne 3000 Herbert Smith Freehills and the Australia China Business Council Victoria would like to invite you to an informative and interesting s... Georges Terrace, Perth WA 6000 On behalf of ACBC (WA), you are invited to attend We Chat - How to Leverage China's Super App event to be held on Thursday, 2 November 2017 in Perth.

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Yet, for all this exciting intellectual ferment, Chinese-Australian-ness remains in the margins of mainstream professional Australian historical discourse, and is still barely recognised in the general public’s historical consciousness.

In reflecting on the research efforts of a quarter century, I will ask whether it is just a matter of time; do we need new research strategies; or are there fundamental blocks to a national recognition of the true Chinese-ness of Australia?

After hesitant starts in the 1980s, an active research network sprang into being from the early 1990s, drawing in academics, independent researchers, Chinese community members, family historians, archaeologists, heritage professionals and others.