2020 Reviewing Asian Studies, Asian studies, Japan

The current state of Japanese Studies in Australia in 2020


Rebecca Suter, ASAA Japan liaison Japanese language and culture courses are offered in more than 20 universities in Australia. Some universities only offer a few language classes, but several universities including UWA, ANU, University of Sydney, UNSW, Melbourne, Monash have dedicated programs with eight-ten continuing staff members, supplemented by several casual teachers; they offer full […]

Asian studies, China

Censorship and Sinology in the Era of Chinese Neo-Authoritarianism


As China changes, so does Sinology or the study of China. Under President Xi Jinping, China has become more repressive at home and more assertive internationally. These changes are having direct impacts on the Chinese studies community in Australia and beyond, causing scholars to make some difficult decisions about what they say in public, what […]


Defamation law, privacy and the #MeToo Movement in Korea


Defamation law, privacy and the #MeToo Movement in Korea Judge Juhui Cha of the Suwon District Court speaks to A/Professor Stacey Steele from Melbourne Law School about the intersection of defamation law and privacy in the Republic of Korea in light of the #MeToo movement. SS: Judge Cha, it was a pleasure to host you […]

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