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Big in Korea

Ruth Barraclough didn’t expect it, but the translation of her 2012 book Factory Girl Literature has become a history bestseller in Korea.

Tristen Jones and Njanjma Ranger Hilton Garnarrdj undertaking portable Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy on rock art Red Lily.

The new Dr Jones

Move over Indiana, ANU has a real life archaeologist Dr Jones graduating with her PhD. And yes, she is a bit of a superhero.

Students with Li Narangoa and Jack Fenner at the 'Peace Gate', a work by over 200 artists from all over Mongol lands to symbolize the unification of Mongols)

Postcard from Mongolia

Dear All, We have been in Mongolia for the last three days and enjoying the warm air, blue sky and the talks and discussions with local academics and business people.

Professor Li Narangoa awarded State Medal of Friendship by Mongolian President

At the recent 2017 Mongolia Update held at ANU, Professor Li Narangoa was awarded the Mongolian State Medal of Friendship, the second highest medal issued by the Mongolian President.

Lauren Reed is off to Kentucky to deliver a poster about her research

New research on Indigenous sign language in Papua New Guinea

Lauren Reed grew up with two deaf siblings.

l-r Professor Sue O'Connor, Professor Brad Pillans, Professor Simon Haberle, Dr Janelle Stevensen, Dr Larissa Schnieder, Dr Rachel Wood

Centre of Excellence for Biodiversity and Heritage launched at Parliament House

Laureate Professor Sue O’Connor, Professor Simon Haberle are Chief Investigators of a new ARC Centre of Excellence. Research Fellow Janelle Stevensen is an Associate Investigator.

Bridget and ANU classmate Tom Deighton in Lujiazui, Shanghai’s financial district.

Chinese language students win scholarships to Shanghai

Bridget Devery writes about her recent experience at the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics Summer Chinese Business Program.

Catherine playing the pipa in the Adelaide finals. Image supplied.

Chinese language student to compete in international final

The Hanyuqiao (Chinese Bridge) is an international competition and Catherine was chosen to represent the ANU at one of two Australian national finals.  


A Cultural Deep Fry

How do fast food giants like McDonalds and Starbucks become popular in Asia?

(L-R) Steven Warwick, Amanda Thompson, Ingrid O'Sullivan

Master of Asian and Pacific Studies students receive Commonwealth Supported Places

School of Culture, History and Language students have won a prestigious Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP) for the Master of Asian and Pacific Studies (MAPS).


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