Carnegie–Tsinghua Center Internship in Beijing

  The Carnegie–Tsinghua is seeking highly qualified and motivated students to apply for its academic-year-long Global Intern Program. Selected interns will have the opportunity to work on key foreign policy issues, to interact with senior Chinese and international scholars and experts, … Read More

Confucius Institute Student and Young Professionals Study Tour

On tour with the Melbourne Confucius Institute – China Study Tour 2016

  China is big – where do you start? If you want to get a perfectly prepared entree to China, the Confucius Institute at the University of Melbourne (CI) has wrapped one up nicely for you in the Student and … 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 … Read More

Sneak peak at the Schwarzman Scholars – The best scholarship in China

  At first glance, China’s forthcoming Schwarzman Scholars bears similarities with the New Colombo Plan. Students will be 18-28 years old. They will undertake an internship and be allocated a mentor. They will be selected from a highly competitive pool … 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

Absolute Beginners Guide to learning Chinese

China is an absolutely fascinating country and one that will have you hooked from the first taste because of its vibrant and diverse culture, economy and people. However, if you’re serious about engaging with China, you’ll want to learn Chinese. … Read More

From the Big Band competition to working at Asialink, Will McCallum’s story

– Will McCallum’s exposure to Asia began in 2002 after being part of the winning band in the Australian Schools Jazz Band competition. To make the most of the achievement, Will and 18 of his Wesley College classmates devised a three-week tour … Read More

Jonathon Day and taking up the China challenge

  Jonathon Day grew up with holidays to the family beach house in Lorne and riding motorbikes and hunting rabbits in rural Victoria. His family never travelled overseas and life outside of Australia seemed almost an entirely different world. Jono was also … Read More

China Policy Internship Beijing

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 … Read More

Volunteering with the Australia China Youth Association

  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 … Read More