Unknown unknowns

DFAT is funding a project to learn what we need to know about China 

“Australia’s capacity to engage effectively with China relies on robust, up-to-date and independent information,” says Christina Parolin from the Australian Academy of the Humanities, which has carriage of the $150 000 investigation.

“This project will survey our research and training capacity to effectively engage with, and understand the needs of, all the key stakeholders,” she says.

Maybe it will ask academics who teach Chinese languages, but fear for their jobs, (morning all at Swinburne U (CMM February 22).

AAH won the funding in a DFAT competitive grant round.


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