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CHL Tales: ๑๔ (Untitled: #14)

Dr Janit Feangfu reads ๑๔ (Untitled: #14), a poem by Phu Kradat, in Thai.

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Meet Kate Walton

Activist and writer Kate Walton has worked across a range of international aid and development projects in Indonesia since graduating more than a decade ago.

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Stone tools from a remote cave reveal how island-hopping humans made a living in the jungle millennia ago

Prehistoric axes and beads found in caves on a remote Indonesian island suggest this was a crucial staging post for seafaring people who lived in this region as the last ice age was coming to an en

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Alumni profile: Dr Evi Eliyanah

CHL Alumni Dr Evi Eliyanah is the 2019 recipient of the Ann Bates Postgraduate Prize for Indonesian Studies.

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Bloodletting in Mongolia: Three Visual Narratives

The ancient medical tradition of bloodletting in Mongolia is explored in a dynamic digital publication examining the significance of fluids and flows in the history of medicine.

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Ganbaa learnt bloodletting skills from his father. Credit: Natasha Fijn

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