Australia-China Chamber of Commerce and Industry
of New South Wales

 

 


 

 

Presentation of the W J Liu Esq OBE Memorial Prize for Chinese Studies

April 2005

By tradition the last presentation at the Annual Prize Night of the UNSW Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is the W J LIU ESQ OBE MEMORIAL PRIZE FOR CHINESE STUDIES covering both the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and the Faculty of Commerce and Economics.

The prize for achievement during 2004 was awarded to Thomas Randall and the occasion marked the 22nd anniversary of the launch of this prize on the death of William Liu on April 25 1983.

 

 



Pictured above from left to right: Richard Liu, Vice Chair, ACCCI Life Governors; Professor Annette Hamilton, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences; and Thomas Randall, winner in 2004 of The W. J Liu Esq OBE Memorial Prize for Chinese Studies at the University of New South Wales.


The award was presented by Mr Michael C H Jones, (left) President of Australia-China Chamber of Commerce and Industry of New South Wales to Mr Thomas Randall.

 

 

 


Winners of W J Liu Esquire, OBE Memorial Prize

1983 Thomas Frame

1984 Vanessa Ann Sherlock

1985 Carole Anne Mitchell

1986 Paul Stephen Shepanski shared with Fiona Cowell

1987 Michelle Ann Cole

1988 Felicity Jane Giles

1998 Melissa Penn

1990 Antoinette Maree Baroni

1991 Anthony Fredrick Perkins shared with Rebekah Liane Ackerman

1992 Alvin Ng

1993 Michael Macgregor Russell

1994 Ching Wei Chen

1995 Victoria Parkes Mackaness Wheeler

1996 Hilary Patricia Murray

1997 Graham Smith

1998 no winner

1999 Fausta Yu Ming Tan

2000 no winner

2001 Andrew John Moody

2002 Cindy Sin-Ting Li

2003 Peggy Ching

2004 -- Thomas Randall

 

 


Related documents:

Essay written by Mr Thomas Randall

Essay Written by Miss Peggy Ching

Essay written by Miss Cindy Sin-Ting Li

Essay written by Mr Andrew John Moody

An example of W J Liu Scrolls (about 280 KB)