Located in the north of Inner Mongolia, the Hulunbuir grasslands are a major producer of horses, sheep and cattle.
The Australian National University (ANU) Za Kabuki club is the oldest Kabuki troupe outside of Japan, having first performed in the early 1980s. Its performances feature a cast of students, with men playing women and women playing men.
Influence of L1 onto L2 acquisition: A case of the topic/subjective markers in Japanese and the word order in Spanish
The 2016 ANU Language Teaching Forum continues with a presentation by Haruka Woods.
A Third Perspective between Colonialism and Nationalism: Inter-Colonial Health Governing Schemes of the League of Nations’ Far Eastern Rural Hygiene Conference, Bandung 1937
Shortly after the outbreak of the Sino-Japanese War, the League of Nations held the Far Eastern Rural Hygiene Conference in Bandung, which was hosted by the Dutch East Indies government, between 3–13 August 1937.
This series invites CHL academic staff to talk about their experience in researching, writing and publishing. The aim of the group is to have a regular and inclusive catch-up, and to take advantage of the rich intellectual life that still exists within CHL.
A Planning Tool to Support Indigenous Rangers Manage Climate Change Impacts on Cultural Heritage Sites
Over 100 Australian Indigenous ranger groups manage a significant proportion of Australia’s natural and cultural resources.
While Bantawa (Tibeto-Burman, Nepal) displays some typical Tibeto-Buman features in the verbal agreement system, it also displays complex morphological traits in person and number marking. Furthermore, there is a large amount of morphological variation across different varieties of Bantawa.