Outlandish makeup, stylish and flamboyant costumes, whacky dance moves, neon-bright colours and lots of bling—these might be the first visions some people get when they hear the word, K-Pop.
On the back of the recent Pacific Islands Forum gathering, Katerina Teaiwa, Associate Professor in Pacific Studies, and Gender, Media and Cultural Studies in the School of Culture, History and Lang
By Dr McComas Taylor
Katerina Teaiwa, Associate Professor at the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific's School of Culture, History & Language, shares her views on Australia’s step-up to the Pacific on Policy Forum P
CHL academic Adam Broinowski directs Metamorphosis opening at The Street Theatre on the 17th of August.
Thanks to the fast-paced environment we’re all living in today, academia—like most other professions and disciplines—must constantly work to stay relevant, contemporary and savvy.
Debaters Unite at the 5th International Chinese Language Debating Championships, hosted by the ANU Chinese Debating Club
Eleven universities. Six regions. Three days. Two categories. Two winners ...game on!
Tea—in the Indian and Pakistani cultures, tea is not just plain and simple tea; it goes way beyond beverage status.
The Australian National University (ANU) has been home to two great Western scholars of Sanskrit—AL Basham and JW de Jong. The forthcoming visit of Sadhu Bhadreshdas on
A group of 20 students from ANU and the University of Hawai’i (UH) across many different disciplinary backgrounds, including environmental studies, development studies, international relations and