In April 2011 I conducted my first internship abroad at the Australian Chamber of Commerce (Hong Kong and Macau Chapter) located in Hong Kong, as an Intern Communications Assistant. I conducted my internship after completing a semester of university exchange at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, in which I was studying Chinese culture and Chinese history as part of the RMIT University Bachelor of International Studies.

China Policy regularly hosts interns to support operations at their strategic advisory and research organisation based in Beijing.   About China Policy China Policy is a Beijing-based strategic advisory and research company, serving clients around the world. Founders Philippa Jones and David Kelly, each with over 30 years of China experience, now joined by partner Amanda Rasmussen, lead a…

Photo courtesy of Julien Mailler Scholarship Description Each year the Asialink Arts Residency Program sends Australian writers, performers, artists and arts managers to live and work throughout Asia. Since its inception in 1991 the program has sent more than 600 people to hosts in 19 countries. The grant of up to $12,000 goes towards travel,…

  From its humble beginnings at the Australian National University in Canberra to a dynamic network of chapters spanning two diverse countries and an annual bilateral dialogue sponsored by DFAT, the Australia China Youth Association (ACYA) has emerged to play a vital role in developing Australia China relations. I joined the ACYA network in 2011 as…

In early 2014 I interned with the Australian Chamber of Commerce Beijing (AustCham Beijing) for two months as part of the internship component of the Australian Prime Minister’s Asia Endeavour Award.   How did you find out about the AustCham Beijing internship opportunity? I identified AustCham Beijing as a potential internship host because of the…

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