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www.worldpolicy.org

By Nicholas Dynon
Nicholas Dynon is a PhD candidate at Macquarie University and is coordinator of the Line 21 project. Tags: Cao Xueqin, Cao Xueqin, China, China, Chinese Communist Part, Chinese Communist Part, Chinese Dream, Chinese Dream, Dream of the Red Chamber, Dream of the Red Chamber, Nicholas Dynon, Nicholas Dynon, Xi Jinping, xi jinping Tags: Cao Xueqin, Cao Xueqin, China, China, Chinese Communist Part, Chinese Communist Part, Chinese Dream, Chinese Dream, Dream of the Red Chamber, Dream of the Red Chamber, Nicholas Dynon, Nicholas Dynon, Xi Jinping, xi jinping


www.gokbayrak.com

By Nicholas Dynon
Nicholas Dynon is a PhD candidate at Macquarie University and is coordinator of the Line 21 project.


line21project.org [cached]

Nicholas Dynon
Line 21 Project Coordinator Nicholas is a Phd candidate in International Communication at Macquarie University, Sydney. His research explores the prospects for Chinese public diplomacy through an analysis of China Daily and People's Daily reportage of the 2008 Lhasa riots and Wenchuan earthquake in the critical period leading up to the Beijing Olympic Games. A former career officer of the Australian Government's Department of Immigration and Border Protection, Nicholas has served as a diplomat in Shanghai, Beijing and the Fiji Islands, followed by secondment to Australia's Parliament House as a departmental liaison officer. Nicholas holds masters degrees in Asian Studies and International Relations from the Australian National University and the University of Sydney respectively, and is a graduate of the Royal Military College of Australia. Nicholas' peer-reviewed research has appeared in The China Journal , Place Branding and Public Diplomacy and China: an International Journal.


line21project.org [cached]

Nicholas Dynon, "Better City, Better Life?
The ethics of branding the model city at the 2010 Shanghai World Expo", Place Branding and Public Diplomacy , August 2011. pp.185-196. Image description Nicholas Dynon, "Four Civilizations and the evolution of post-Mao Chinese socialist ideology", The China Journal, No. 60, July 2008. pp. 83-109.


line21project.org [cached]

Nicholas Dynon
Line 21 Project Coordinator Nicholas is a Phd candidate in International Communication at Macquarie University, Sydney. His research explores the prospects for Chinese public diplomacy through an analysis of China Daily and People's Daily reportage of the 2008 Lhasa riots and Wenchuan earthquake in the critical period leading up to the Beijing Olympic Games. A former career officer of the Australian Government's Department of Immigration and Border Protection, Nicholas has served as a diplomat in Shanghai, Beijing and the Fiji Islands, followed by secondment to Australia's Parliament House as a departmental liaison officer to the Immigration Minister. Nicholas holds masters degrees in Asian Studies and International Relations from the Australian National University and the University of Sydney respectively, and is a graduate of the Royal Military College of Australia. Nicholas' peer-reviewed research has appeared in The China Journal , Place Branding and Public Diplomacy and China: an International Journal.


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