Month: April 2015

Taiwan Archaeology and the Zou People

Words by WILL ZOU. Taiwan is an island bound by many narratives. I would like to share with you one academic narrative and one personal […]

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Dear Hawai’i

“For all her serene beauty, Hawai’i is still occupied by a turbulent nation-state.” BIANCA HENNESSY shares her reflections and images documenting her reactions to Hawai’i’s enduringly present history.

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State, society, and the language of jade in Southeast Asia

Words by ALICE DAWKINS. Peruse the internet for Myanmar-China news and the space is awash with insights about the two states’ participation in the trade […]

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Chinese “black children” refugee protection claims in Australia; A consistent approach?

SARAH LONGO details Australia’s response to refugee protection claims from children born outside the one-child policy. A consequence of China’s one-child policy was the creation […]