Asia Institute Tasmania

The Asia Institute Tasmania is an organisation that will foster engagement with the Asian region by the University of Tasmania and the Tasmanian community. It will build professional and institutional relationships with Asia, develop expertise and understanding of Asia, and promote new research activities.

Established in a partnership with the State Government of Tasmania, the Asia Institute Tasmania traverses not just academic boundaries within the university, but engages with the whole Tasmanian community.


Events

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29 June 2017
PUBLIC LECTURE | The Refugees Paradox
Dr Jen Couch, Australian Catholic University

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26 July 2017
FORUM | Multicultural Policy in Tasmania - a forum to discuss future opportunities

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12 July 2017
PUBLIC LECTURE | Understanding different cultures through the prism of tourism - Being China ready
Dr Isabel Wang, Dr Frances Fan and Ms Cecilia Chiu

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Japan visitors

4 May 2017
HOSTED VISIT | Kesennuma, Japan
Kesennuma located in eastern Japan, suffered the most severe damage during the March 2011 Earthquake and Tsunami.  A group of residents from Kesennuma travelled to Tasmania with funding from the Australia-Japan Foundation to see examples of successfully rebuilt community-based businesses.

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Interested?

The Asia Institute Tasmania is interested in Asia-related expertise and connections within the university and beyond.

Colleagues and members of the community are encouraged to register for the Asia Institute mailing list.

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