Greater China

Inside look at the inaugural China-Australia Millennial Project (CAMP)

  Imagine a world-first program that brings together 130 innovators from Australia and China, grouping them into 25 diverse think tanks to deal with crucial issues at the crux of the bilateral relationship between our two countries, including the future of … Read More

China Australia Millennial Project: Aspiring environmental engineer Kate Smith shares her highlights

  Alice Slevison from Asia Options sat down with Beijing-based aspiring environmental engineer Kate Smith to have a chat about her experience as an inaugural China Australia Millennial Project (CAMP) delegate, and her tips for those applying for CAMP next … Read More

6 reasons to get involved with start-ups in Asia

Rapid economic development in Asia has brought tremendous change to the region but it has also brought significant challenges and gaps in the market, and there is desperate need for entrepreneurial talent. Meanwhile, foreign companies are facing increased pressure from local companies, … Read More

jobs in china for foreigners

All about non-teaching jobs in China for Australians

China is a land of opportunity for Australian nationals but finding reliable and useful information can be tricky and especially so for working out how to work in China. For those keen on avoiding the teaching English route, or for … Read More

ACYA-Peking Uni Australian Studies Centre Internship, Mark Eels shares his experience

Alice Slevison from Asia Options had a chat with her Beijing based China Policy colleague Mark Eels about his experience working as an intern for the ACYA-Peking University Australian Studies Centre Internship Program.   Some background on Mark Mark has completed … Read More

The China Bridge Mandarin proficiency competition: Interview with finalist Rebecca Morrison

  Dan from Asia Options recently sat down with Rebecca Morrison to talk about the worldwide Chinese Bridge (汉语桥) competition, which challenges contestants with their knowledge of Chinese culture, history and, of course, their proficiency in Mandarin Chinese. The annual competition is … Read More