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CHL Student Buzz: Meet Peyton Cassar…

Student, Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Chinese and a Minor in Japanese

Asia Pacific Week 2021: Bringing students across the globe together like never before

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

Fieldwork Showcase: Archives in Bark, the Kimberley, WA

The ARC-funded Archives in Bark project commenced last week.

CHL Student Buzz: Meet Vienna Harkness

Student, Bachelor of Languages, Major in Korean language

The Viṣṇu Purāṇa translated: a tryst with pure Sanskrit musicality

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.

Photo credit: Oksana Taran

Yoga: On the Mat and Beyond

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.

CHL Student Buzz: Meet Naris Suwanmuk

Student, Bachelor of Asian Studies, with a specialisation in Thai culture and language

The PhD journey of Dr Hilary Howes at CHL: Alumni profile

Up until 2020, Dr Hilary Howes—now associated with the College of Arts & Social Sciences—was a Postdoctoral Fellow on Matthew Spriggs’ ARC Laureate Fellowship Project, The Collective Biogr

Chinese Language Students Talent Show 2021: Media Gallery

Thanks to the stupendous collective effort of the students and staff members of the Chinese Language Program at CHL, the first-ever Chinese Language Students Talent Show at ANU, held on 28 May, was

Hairdressing, Maggi Noodles, E-waste and More

Social Conflict and Environmental Challenges in Asia and the Pacific Graduate Program

In conversation with Professor Assa Doron


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