Meet Mish Khan, the first student in Australia to complete a Burmese minor, only available at the Australian National University. She's a 2017 New Colombo Plan Fellow in Yangon, Myanmar.
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A love of Mumbai and the way it was represented in English non-fiction literature led English teacher Greg Piggot to the Master of Asia Pacific Studies.
Chengyu Wang describes her experience at ANU as an adventure.
Alex Miglietti’s dream is to be bilingual. He is well on the way to achieving it, graduating this month with a Bachelor of Arts, with a Linguistics major and an Indonesian minor.
Australians will be able to study six important Asian languages that are rarely taught nationally through ANU from 2018, thanks to a new agreement with Open Universities Australia (OUA).
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The School of Culture, History and Language is home to a large community of interdisciplinary academics whose research interests lie in the Asia-Pacific region.
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