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Podcast | Plunging into the Pacific

In this episode of the Monsoon Podcast, Kai Clark dives below the surface of the Pacific region and the reasons it’s worth exploring.

Indonesian Parties Changing Their Spots? — “Academic Talks” with Tom Power

“If I go to the parliament in Jakarta, it’s easy for me to just call up someone and ask ‘do you have time for a […]

Elderly Life in the Hidden World of Karaoke Kissas and Classrooms – “Academic Talks” with Benny Tong

Benny Tong is a PhD candidate at the ANU studying the lives of elderly Japanese people in karaoke bars and how they seek fulfilment and […]

Feminism in the Asia-Pacific region

What is feminism? For many, the idea of what feminism looks like is strongly associated with more common feminist movements in the West, yet feminism […]