Events hosted by the Centre are regularly posted on this website. A list of current and past events can be found here.
UTS:Chinese Alumni Network
There are around 5,000 UTS alumni of Chinese birth working and living in Australia. In May 2009, the University launched a Sydney-based Chinese Alumni Network. The network was formally launched by The Hon. Helen Sham-Ho, Australia’s first Chinese born Parliamentarian.
The UTS:Chinese Alumni Network comprises a group of enthusiastic volunteers whose aim is to build closer links between alumni and the UTS community. These close connections enrich the University and the experience of its students, as well as strengthening ties with the Chinese community, both locally and in China. All members of the UTS:Alumni community with an interest in Chinese language, history and culture are welcome to join this network.
Alumni Associations in China
The University of Technology, Sydney is a Gold Member of the Australia China Alumni Association (ACAA).
All UTS alumni members living in China can participate in events organised by ACAA and use the networking services provided by the association to connect with other UTS alumni and alumni from other Australian Universities with ACAA membership. Further information about ACAA can be found on their website.
UTS also has active alumni groups in Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong. Alumni residing in the region are welcome to participate in group activities, networking events and professional development workshops, which are held in those three cities.
Resources for Current Students
For students and other scholars conducting research on contemporary China, the following is a selection of some of the China-related databases available at the UTS Library:
China Academic Journals (CAJ)
This is a database of full-text Chinese academic journals, including articles dating back to 1994, or the first issue of a journal. The areas covered include economics, politics, law, humanities, engineering science, agriculture, medicine, and electronics.
Core Chinese Newspapers
Full-text electronic articles of over 300 major newspapers in China at national, regional, and local levels. The database includes specialized newspapers related to issues in law, business, culture, environment, foreign policy, press and publishing, economics and finance, education, science and technology and many other areas.
Chinese Citation Database (CNKI)
This is a multidisciplinary citation database of Chinese publications including journals, books, conference proceedings, patent, standards, newspapers, yearbooks, etc.
Contains Chinese Legal Materials including laws, legislations and legal news. (Bilingual)
Bibliography of Asian Studies (Association for Asian Studies)
The on-line version of the Bibliography of Asian Studies (BAS) contains records on all subjects (especially in the humanities and the social sciences) pertaining to East, Southeast, and South Asia published worldwide.
The UTS Library also has a librarian who specialises in the acquisition of Chinese-language materials:
To learn about other resources available through the UTS Library, visit the Research page of the UTS Library webpage.