On the occasion of Chinese New Year Day, here’s a look at some fascinating cultures and traditions related to the longest and most significant celebration in the Chinese calendar.
Associate Professor Matt Tomlinson, CHL
Dr Muhammad Kavesh, CHL
In conversation with Dr Meera Ashar
She’s been a maths teacher, a management consultant, a CEO, a yoga teacher. Today, she’s a writer and a Sanskrit student. Meet Shyamala Benakovic, an ANU student of Sanskrit and so much more…
“Our purpose was to tease out an interaction between under-represented areas of Australian anthropology to suggest a new line of inquiry in contemporary cross-cultural thought.” – Natasha
Merasa betah di rumah (selama pandemi COVID-19)
He moved to the US at the age of 7 and lived there for 45 years. He studied European History in college. And he found a job soon after graduating from his PhD program, which he attributes to “sheer dumb luck”, and after 22 years in that position he has now moved to Canberra.
Did you know that Cambodia’s national language, Khmer, is heavily influenced by Sanskrit? In fact, Sanskrit was the court language of the Khmer Empire for more than 1,000 years.
It’s finally 2021—probably the most awaited New Year in decades!