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Health information systems and China's COVID-19 response

Digital databases used to collect important health information are crucial in China's fight against infectious diseases, but such systems don’t exist without flaws

Fighting Fake News

The Fighting Fake News industry report finds the legislative approaches of countries in the Asia Pacific include significant jail terms and large fines for convicted offenders.

Exploring Buddhist tourism across Asia

Buddhist sites hold great potential for tourism in Asia, but need to be managed sustainably.

La Trobe's New Colombo Plan Scholars

Five La Trobe students receive New Colombo Plan Scholarships

Employability experiences of Chinese graduates from Australia in China

Chinese students express a greater desire to return to home after studies, and new challenges.

Balancing progress and heritage in Ahmedabad

Much of the character of the city is at risk in the rush of modernisation.

The impacts of lower limb amputation on Bangladeshi citizens

Research sheds light on the profound cultural, economic, and spiritual impacts of traumatic injury for Bangladeshi individuals.

Exploring Second Language Acquisition in Chinese Children

Research into child second language acquisition has shown there are risks that bilingual children are incorrectly diagnosed with language disorders or learning disabilities.

Can Vietnam go green?

Vietnam has strong opportunities to grow environmental engagement

Geostrategic decoupling or deflating

The Trump administration has proven that the economies of China and the United States are not as intertwined as once thought, writes Zha Daojiong.

Adding the Indigenous languages of Northeast India to Unicode

La Trobe linguist Dr Stephen Morey is assisting locals recording and scripting the numerous language varieties in Northeast India.

Trust in medicine in India

There is a trust deficit in prescribed medications in India, leading to higher engagement with traditional medicine.

A more high-maintenance relationship for India

India has had to adjust to cater to President Trump’s style and priorities, writes Tanvi Madan.

Trialing eye-tracking technology in ASD diagnosis

Dr Kristelle Hudry and her research team are working with Japanese corporation, JVCKENWOOD Corporation, to evaluate eye-tracking technology in supporting ASD diagnosis.

Caesarean concern in Bangladesh

Caesarean delivery takes place in 31% of births in Bangladesh, a trend which is troubling health experts.

Does Singapore have a human trafficking problem?

Singapore's reliance on cheap labour has led to close to 1 million people vulnerable to exploitation by human traffickers.

What happened to “gatchi gabsida (we go together)”?

The United States and North Korea both share a desire to achieve a breakthrough, but to different ends.

A president yet to make his mark

It appears that the reaction to Trump’s controversial policies about Muslim travel bans may have had a negative impact on his already limited popularity.

The empire wants you back

Duterte has no issues with Trump. In fact, he wished him a second term.

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