Today in my city… Mothers crying …their tears water the flowers that scatter on the gravestones of Santa Cruz Cemetery Their bodies have disappeared from
Over the past two years there have been many tragedies due to COVID-19. August 2021, very sadly, saw the passing of Dr Ni Win Zaw,
Are ‘advanced’ Japanese language programs sustainable? A look at Australia, New Zealand and Singapore
Economic, strategic and cultural connections to Japan have never been stronger and more students across the breadth of our education system, primary through to tertiary,
While the shift to online programs might be unprecedented, adaptability and resilience in Australia-Indonesia educational partnerships is nothing new.
Former President of the ASAA, Emeritus Professor Purnendra Jain, has been awarded the highest Japanese honour open to an academic. In a ceremony held in
Notwithstanding the consensus between European Union (EU) and ASEAN to upgrade inter-regional relations into a strategic partnership in December 2020, the Munich Security Conference (MSC)