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CHINA AUSTRALIA MILLENNIAL PROJECT
(CAMP) WORKSHOP
#auschina2050
#vividideas
www.australiachina.org
2050?
Photo by Zhao Huasen
WHAT MIGHT 2050 LOOK LIKE?
1. economy & business
2. sustainability
3. politics
4. education
5. communication & innovation
...
TOP 20 BIGGEST ECONOMIES IN 2050 (GDP AT PPP)
Source:PwCestimatesfor2050,pwc-world-in-2050-report-january-2013
CHINA
$US 5...
TECHNOLOGY/INNOVATION
SUSTAINABILTY
POLITICS
EDUCATION
COMMUNICATION & INNOVATION
PEOPLE & CULTURE
CHINA
1.38BN
AUST
37.8MIL
ESTIMATED POPULATION IN 2050
We asked the community what
makes a good relationship and what
their hopes were for the Australia
China relationship in 20...
What do you think makes a
great relationship?
honesty, trust, humour, selflessness,
generosity, reciprocity
Open and honest communication,
supportive attitudes, conversations 	
that challenge thinking and 	
promotes personal growt...
A mutual sense of humour and play
Trust
Shared Values
Shared stories and history
Common goals
Common interests
Love
Understanding
Mutual attraction, be it physical, mental,
philosophical- there has to be a pull or 	
draw that is based on something othe...
What are your hopes for 	
the Australia China
relationship in 2050?
A coming together in a way that creates
mutual benefit – based on respect for each
other and the strengths each can bring
My hope is that the relationship 	
will be more diversified than it is today; 	
and that there will be deeper 	
understand...
That we will be close partners 	
tackling global environmental, health 	
and social challenges.
That Mandarin is a commonly spoken
language in Australia
By 2050, many of the current 	
politicians of the world will be dead. 	
So there is hope.
I hope it’s about more than 	
just minerals in the ground or job 	
opportunities in the commercial sector. 	
I would like ...
Photo by Zhao Huasen
The best way to predict the
future is to create it.
Abraham Lincoln
Present conditions are the result 	
of past causes. It is illogical to face 	
the present as an object of enjoyment 	
or t...
WHAT ARE THE CURRENT
CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES?
1. economy & business
2. sustainability
3. politics
4. education
5. commu...
LIU YAN
Founder of AskLab and Xindanwei
KESTREL LEE
Executive Creative Director,
George P Johnson Greater China
VISION FOR 2050
USING THE THEMES
1. economy & business
2. sustainability
3. politics
4. education
5. communication & innov...
VISION	
for the Australia-China 	
relationship in 2050
CHINA AUSTRALIA
MILLENIAL PROJECT (CAMP)
The China Australia Millennial Project 	
cultivates opportunities, develops networks 	
and co-creates new solutions to iss...
MAKING CAMP AWESOME
1 Partnerships
2 Recruitment and talent scouting
3 Hard event design - formal learning
4 Soft event de...
THANK YOU FOR BEING A PART OF
CAMP JUNE 2 WORKSHOP,
WITHIN VIVID IDEAS FESTIVAL 2014	
	
www.australiachina.org
Photo by Zhao Huasen
THANK YOU TO VIVID IDEAS
THE CAMP TEAM
Andrea Myles, Vivien Sung,	
Erin Parkinson, Jun Zhang, Rachel Walters
Photographer:...
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The China Australia Millennial Project (CAMP) Co-design Workshop, June 2, 2014 brought together senior leaders and creative thinkers to vision the future of the Australia China relationship and co-create CAMP 2015. In collaboration with Vivid Ideas Festival 2015, CAMP will see 100 young innovators from China meet 100 young innovators from across Australia in a one week innovation incubator lab to co-create solutions to problems common to both countries.

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China Australia Millennial Project Workshop

  1. 1. CHINA AUSTRALIA MILLENNIAL PROJECT (CAMP) WORKSHOP
  2. 2. #auschina2050 #vividideas www.australiachina.org
  3. 3. 2050? Photo by Zhao Huasen
  4. 4. WHAT MIGHT 2050 LOOK LIKE? 1. economy & business 2. sustainability 3. politics 4. education 5. communication & innovation 6. people & culture
  5. 5. TOP 20 BIGGEST ECONOMIES IN 2050 (GDP AT PPP) Source:PwCestimatesfor2050,pwc-world-in-2050-report-january-2013 CHINA $US 53,856bn SAUDI ARABIA SPAIN ITALY TURKEY FRANCE MEXICO BRASIL INDIA $US 34,704bn US $US 37,998bn RUSSIA INDONESIA GERMANY UK NIGERIA CANADA SOUTH KOREA VIETNAM ARGENTINA JAPAN ECONOMY & BUSINESS
  6. 6. TECHNOLOGY/INNOVATION
  7. 7. SUSTAINABILTY
  8. 8. POLITICS
  9. 9. EDUCATION
  10. 10. COMMUNICATION & INNOVATION
  11. 11. PEOPLE & CULTURE CHINA 1.38BN AUST 37.8MIL ESTIMATED POPULATION IN 2050
  12. 12. We asked the community what makes a good relationship and what their hopes were for the Australia China relationship in 2050. Here are some of the responses.
  13. 13. What do you think makes a great relationship?
  14. 14. honesty, trust, humour, selflessness, generosity, reciprocity
  15. 15. Open and honest communication, supportive attitudes, conversations that challenge thinking and promotes personal growth...
  16. 16. A mutual sense of humour and play
  17. 17. Trust Shared Values Shared stories and history Common goals Common interests Love Understanding
  18. 18. Mutual attraction, be it physical, mental, philosophical- there has to be a pull or draw that is based on something other than self-interest or convenience.
  19. 19. What are your hopes for the Australia China relationship in 2050?
  20. 20. A coming together in a way that creates mutual benefit – based on respect for each other and the strengths each can bring
  21. 21. My hope is that the relationship will be more diversified than it is today; and that there will be deeper understanding of one another. I hope that we will be closer friends as a result of the above; and more collaborative than transactional in our interactions.
  22. 22. That we will be close partners tackling global environmental, health and social challenges.
  23. 23. That Mandarin is a commonly spoken language in Australia
  24. 24. By 2050, many of the current politicians of the world will be dead. So there is hope.
  25. 25. I hope it’s about more than just minerals in the ground or job opportunities in the commercial sector. I would like for it to be one where both sides are learning from each other.
  26. 26. Photo by Zhao Huasen
  27. 27. The best way to predict the future is to create it. Abraham Lincoln
  28. 28. Present conditions are the result of past causes. It is illogical to face the present as an object of enjoyment or tolerance, neglecting to use it as the opportunity to create the future. Muso Kokushi, Dream Conversations on Buddhism and Zen
  29. 29. WHAT ARE THE CURRENT CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES? 1. economy & business 2. sustainability 3. politics 4. education 5. communication & innovation 6. people & culture
  30. 30. LIU YAN Founder of AskLab and Xindanwei
  31. 31. KESTREL LEE Executive Creative Director, George P Johnson Greater China
  32. 32. VISION FOR 2050 USING THE THEMES 1. economy & business 2. sustainability 3. politics 4. education 5. communication & innovation 6. people & culture
  33. 33. VISION for the Australia-China relationship in 2050
  34. 34. CHINA AUSTRALIA MILLENIAL PROJECT (CAMP)
  35. 35. The China Australia Millennial Project cultivates opportunities, develops networks and co-creates new solutions to issues common to both Australia and China. In collaboration with Vivid Ideas 2015, CAMP will see 100 young innovators from China converge upon Sydney and meet 100 young innovators from across Australia for a one week innovation incubator lab, mentored by global change-makers.
  36. 36. MAKING CAMP AWESOME 1 Partnerships 2 Recruitment and talent scouting 3 Hard event design - formal learning 4 Soft event design - informal learning 5 Publicity and Reach 6 Community building
  37. 37. THANK YOU FOR BEING A PART OF CAMP JUNE 2 WORKSHOP, WITHIN VIVID IDEAS FESTIVAL 2014 www.australiachina.org
  38. 38. Photo by Zhao Huasen
  39. 39. THANK YOU TO VIVID IDEAS THE CAMP TEAM Andrea Myles, Vivien Sung, Erin Parkinson, Jun Zhang, Rachel Walters Photographer: Emilio Santoni FACILITATORS Opher Yom-Tov, Michelle Elliot, Mo Fox, Andrea Myles, Vivien Sung, Erin Parkinson, Jun Zhang GUEST SPEAKERS Liu Yan, Kestrel Lee

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