||The Journal of Aussie-Sino Studies (JASS) is an academic or scholarly journal published monthly in print by the SUCCESS (Sino-Aussie Unique Collaborative Centre for Educational Studies and Services). It is a peer-reviewed, open access, not-for-profit international journal. JASS (ISSN 2204-6135) has been approved by the Australian International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) agent. It publishes original research papers and brief scientific reports on specialised topics in Economics and Finance, Education and Psychology, Humanities and Arts, Journalism and Communication, Linguistics and applied linguistics, Managements and Business, Medical Science and Nursing, Political Science and Ethics, Nature Science and Sociology, etc. The website of the Journal is www.assuws.com.
JASS aims to building a Bridge of Understanding and Respect (based on sharing knowledge) between North and South. Echoing Beijing?s Olympic Theme ?One world, one people? ?as local issue and global challenges melt into one. JASS also aims to contribute, through interdisciplinary communication and collaboration to humanity knowledge in understanding the global challenges, as well as some of local issues; the key as they are to the world progress and peach realization and happiness for the whole of Humanity.