Tag: southeast asia

The ‘Humans of’ revolution: what in the world do Sydney and Naypyidaw have in common?

Monsoon subeditor Oliver Friedmann interviews Olivia Cable and reflects on his experiences with Humans of Sydney. Sydney and Naypyidaw are vastly different places. One is […]

“Academic Talks” with Dr. Nicholas Farrelly

This week we caught up with Dr Nicholas Farrelly, a fellow at the Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, to discuss his academic career and […]

Humans of West Papua

EMMA ROBERTS documents an eye-opening week in the Baliem Valley of Papua, Indonesia. What she encountered was a place where Melanesian culture is strong but the […]