AustCham Shanghai and the Walkley Foundation invite you to join Walkley Award winner Paul Kelly for brunch on Saturday 21 March. Paul will be discussing foreign relations as Australia navigates its ties with Asia.
Paul Kelly is Editor-at-Large on The Australian. He had been a long-serving political correspondent and commentator and appears each weekend on the Sky News, Australian Agenda program. He was formerly Editor-in-Chief of The Australian. Paul has covered every Prime Minister from Gough Whitlam to Tony Abbott. He has written eight books on Australian politics and history including The Hawke Ascendancy, The End of Certainty, November 1975 and The March of Patriots. His most recent book Triumph and Demise covers the six years of the Rudd and Gillard governments. It was for this work that he won the 2014 Walkley Book Award.
The Walkley Foundation is at the very heart of the Australian media. It celebrates and encourages great Australian journalism, telling the stories of our nation. The Walkley Awards for Excellence in Journalism recognise and reward superlative Australian journalism.
11.05-11.25am: Guests enjoy brunch
11.30-11.50am: Paul Kelly presentation
12.10-12.15pm Thanks to speaker, announce time for networking, close event