Asia Society (AustralAsia)

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Sidney Myer Asia Centre
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Asia Society AustralAsia Centre
Established 1997
Location Level 4, Sidney Myer Asia Centre, Gate 4, The University of Melbourne, Parkville Victoria, Australia (Cnr Monash Road and Swanston Street, opposite the Swanston St ‘University’ Tram Super Stop)
Website Asia Society (AustralAsia Centre)

"Asia Society (AustralAsia)" is part of the global not-for profit education organisation Asia Society, headquartered in New York. Launched in 1997, the AustralAsia office of Asia Society carried on the objectives of Asia Society's founder John D Rockefeller III to promoting a stronger Asia literate world. In 2009, Asia Society (AustralAsia) began its joint collaboration with Asialink and continues to work together on a multitude of projects.

Asia Society (AustralAsia) provides public and private forums for visiting political and business leaders from the Asian region as well as those from within Australia. Some of the distinguished guests include:

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  1. ^ 'Asia Society (AustralAsia),'(accessed 30 August 2010)

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Coordinates: 37°47′56″S 144°57′50″E / 37.79889°S 144.96389°E / -37.79889; 144.96389