Former Japan PM moved and shocked by words of Indigenous Australians
Former Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan has revealed at an ANU public lecture that he was left moved and shocked by words spoken to him by traditional Indigenous land owners.
2014 China Update a success
Minister for Communications Malcolm Turnbull joined many of the world’s leading experts on China at the Australian National University (ANU) 2014 China Update.
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visits ANU
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has visited The Australian National University, in recognition of the University’s long-standing and growing links with Japan.
Former PM Hawke launches book on China’s rise
Former Prime Minister Bob Hawke has launched a new book on the rise of China by ANU Professor Stuart Harris, using his speech to discuss China’s economic rise and growing influence in the region.
Public health specialists on standby for disasters
A flying squad of public health experts has been set up to help fight the outbreak of disease following major disasters.
Masters student posthumously awarded
A posthumous masters degree has been awarded to an Indonesian student who died of cancer shortly before completing his study.
Finding the lost art of Angkor Wat
Long-lost paintings have been discovered on the walls of Cambodia’s ancient Angkor Wat temple, thanks to the keen observations of an ANU researcher.
Processed foods and soft drinks push up Asian salt, fat and sugar
People in developing countries across Asia are consuming more salt, fat and sugar, and could soon join the developed world’s obesity epidemic.
BUDGET 2014/15 – ANU EXPERTS RESPOND
ANU experts discuss the Abbott Government’s first budget, and its implications for Australia.
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