The Journal of Aussie-Sino Studies, which is also known as the JASS is an academic journal that is open to all to access and to submit their research papers representing many disciplines in Academia covering not only Anthropology, Behavioral Sciences, Computer Science, Cognitive Science, Cultural Studies, Development Studies, Economics, Education, Environmental Studies, Ethics, Finance, Geography, Globalization, and Internationalization Studies, History, International Peace Studies, Law and Legal Studies, Languages and Literature, Management, Medical Science and Nursing, Media Studies, Politics, Psychology, Religion, Sinology, and Urbanology, but many other fields as well. The JASS is focused on making the bridge between the research community between China and Australia and linking them to widen their knowledge in their respective work areas.
The ground stone of the JASS was laid along with the start we took as a journal in 2015. It is the outcome of the vision of many experts of the collaborative collective of veteran researchers, formed in the name of Sino-Aussie Unique Collaborative Centre for Educational Studies and Services, or also known as the SUCCESS, which the vision was to create the platform to access and share the knowledge between motivated researchers in China and Australia.
In the endeavor to bridging the East and West in knowledge with the pure vision of "Building a Global Academic Bridge", we are working towards integrating local issues and global issues to take on global challenges and keep up with the ever-changing world. Our key goal is to contribute to world progress and the realization of peace and happiness for all humanity.