Until 24 Dec
The East and West Art Gallery is featuring artist Anna Glynn who
is developing a genre-fusing Chinese traditional ink painting technique with a Western aesthetic.
Until 15 March
ACMI presents the first survey exhibition in Australia of China’s pre-eminent moving-image artist, Yang Fudong.
Celebrate multicultural Australia with three fun-filled days of tastes, sights and sounds from around the world at the International Street Food Festival.
The Melbourne Japanese Summer Festival is a family-friendly
event bringing a vibrant taste of Japan to Melbourne with spectacular cultural demonstrations.
30 June – 3 July
The 19th Biennial Conference of the Japanese Studies Association of
Australia will explore if and to what extent 'Eurocentrism' might exist in the research on, and perception of, Japan in the Asia-Pacific region.
In this year's Harold White Fellow Presentation, Professor Rikki Kersten examines the USA-Japan Strategic Alliance in the 'Asian Century'.
17 Dec - 21 Dec
The travelling AFC Asian Cup Football Fan Park will offer
Sydneysiders the chance to experience state-of-the-art interactive footballing entertainment.
5 Feb & 15 Feb
Shen Yun uses classically trained dancers and a unique orchestra
blending East and West to take viewers on a journey through 5000 years of Chinese culture.
18 – 26 April
The Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration is a
pre-eminent tertiary international course offering a prestigious globally recognised qualification.
Until 15 Feb 2015
Future Beauty: 30 Years of Japanese Fashion explores
the tremendous innovation of Japanese fashion designers from the early 1980s to now.
Until 8 March
Hanga: Modern Japanese prints showcases over 60 works
from the Queensland Art Gallery’s collection of Japanese prints created after 1950.