Student, Bachelor of Asian Studies, Major in Korean language
Born in 1965 in communist Poland (then officially the People's Republic of Poland), Pawel Kornacki recalls his initial years growing up in a district of Warsaw that had a pretty hard reputation fo
Acclaimed author, journalist, diplomat, researcher, tour guide—ANU alumnus John Zubrzycki has worn multiple hats in life.
Professor Simon Haberle, CHL PhD candidate Matthew Adeleye, and University of Tasmania's David Bowman recently concluded an amazing round of fieldwork on the palaeoecology and fire history of King
Student, Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Chinese and a Minor in Japanese
Asia Pacific Week (APW) 2021 not only marked the 11th year of the event, but also signified the second year of a fully online, virtual conference, hosted by a committee of 13 ANU students s
The ARC-funded Archives in Bark project commenced last week.
Student, Bachelor of Languages, Major in Korean language
It’s the first complete English translation since 1840. It’s uncharacteristically unique in blank verse. It was composed originally about 1,500 years ago.
On the occasion of International Yoga Day (21 June), Dr Shameem Black shares her insights on yoga and its close association with the concepts of politics, identity and culture.