The Project

Voices from the Asia-Pacific  


The Monsoon Project is the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific’s student publication. Its purpose is to produce academic articles sharing the ideas, opinions and stories of young scholars from across the world on issues pertaining to the Asia and the Pacific region.

If you’ve any questions or contributions for TMP please feel free to email the Editors-in-chief Reza Mazumder and Harrison Rule at



The Monsoon Project has evolved over time, with initiatives continually centred around the publication and dissemination of ideas. The Monsoon Project published the Monsoon Magazine in 2013, and the Monsoon Annual in 2014. It was followed up in 2016 with the publication of the second Monsoon Annual. This can be viewed here.

In 2014 and 2015, The Monsoon Project partnered with the Asia Pacific Week conference at the Australian National University (ANU), coordinating media coverage and garnering student ideas.

An exciting initiative that was launched in 2016 was the creation of a course alongside the Monsoon Project for ANU students. This course, titled ASIA3024 Digital Frontiers in the Asia Pacific: A media practicum, has allowed students from the ANU to engage with academic blogging with the assistance of academic staff.

Join The Project

The Monsoon Project is always looking to showcase new writing and other Asia-related content. Our editorial team would be delighted to receive finished articles, photographs or other media to publish on the site. If you have a willingness to write but are struggling for inspiration, get in touch and we can point you in the right direction. Contact us at or at our Facebook page.

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