Keep your finger on the pulse of Asia through our La Trobe Asia Seminar Series. Keep up to date with current events, political developments and take part in the conversation about this vibrant and important region.
The two week intensive course examined the country’s urban planning challenges.
Accessible Education in Vietnam
Ruth Gamble is researching China and India development of the Bramahputra River.
Figuring Victims at the Khmer Rouge Tribunals
Environment vs Development: South Korea’s Land Use Debate
The Kingdom of Bhutan opens itself to a limited number of tourists. Paul Strickland is one of those teaching the locals the trade of hospitality.
Four La Trobe students named New Colombo plan scholars
A successful collaboration between mathematicians from La Trobe University and Kyushu University is forumulating a new theoretical mathematical framework.
Euan Graham appointed executive director of La Trobe Asia
Amidst growing competition between great and emerging powers, Australia and Japan must engage collaboratively together and with other regional states to manage East Asia’s increasingly unsettled security environment.
A review of alcohol legislation across Asia shows that stricter rules would be effective, particularly in China.
Research by psychologist Dr Emiko Kashima is examining how culture and society influences the perception of death.
A study by Susan Chong aims to examine the delay in seeking treatment for HIV and AIDS in Malaysia.
Researchers in La Trobe University's School of Nursing and Midwifery are working to address post-registration education needs of Indonesia's nurses.
A collaboration with China has led to promising developments in heat exchange systems.
Drs McInerney and Shackleton are working in Cambodia to assess release sites for endangered crocodiles.
An initiative is giving La Trobe University students an immersive experience in India's education system.
Stephen Morey and Jurgen Schoepf have been researching language and communication of the Tangsa in India.
Dr Jency Thomas has been researching the prevalence of diabetes in remote Indian tribes.
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