Atua: Sacred Gods from Polynesia

JESS BOLTON reviews the National Gallery of Australia exhibition Atua: Sacred Gods from Polynesia.  Atua: Sacred Gods from Polynesia, presented by the National Gallery of Australia and Senior […]

Institutionalising ‘Filial Piety’ in China’s Ageing Population

WILL ZOU analyses the Law of Protection of Rights and Interests of Elderly People which was passed in China last year, arguing that the formal institutionalisation […]

Songs from Samoa

MITIANA ARBON AND SIONE MONU These poems were selected from a suite of poems Mitiana Arbon wrote after a trip to Samoa in early 2012. […]

A blackbirded past, a healing future

BIANCA HENNESSY discovers Australia’s dark history of ‘blackbirding’, the recruitment of South Sea Islander workers by questionable means.  Emelda Davis’ email signature ends with a […]