Livestream - Asia Institute Tasmania Public Lectures
Hate Speech vs Free Speech
Presented by Dr Kaz Ross, Dr Louise Richardson-Self and Dr James Stewart
|12 July||Understanding different cultures through the prism of tourism - being China ready|
Presented by Dr Isabel Wang, Dr Si Fan and Ms Cecilia Chiu
|6 July||Keynote address: Tasmanian Multicultural Forum|
Presented by Mr Hakan Akyol, Director of Community Participation the Victorian Office of Multicultural Affairs and Social Cohesion
|30 June||The Refugees Paradox|
Presented by Dr Jen Couch, Australian Catholic University
Waking Tasmania from its China Dream
Presented by Dr Mark Harrison - Senior Lecturer in Chinese Studies, Politics and International Relations, University of Tasmania. Adjunct Director of the Australian Centre on China in the World, Australian National University.
|22 November||Regional Australia's Engagement with China in the Asian Century|
Presented by Dr Charlie Huang, Senior Lecturer, School of Management, RMIT University
|25 August||Islam in Indonesia|
Presented by Associate Professor Pam Allen, Lecturer, University of Tasmania.
|12 July||Singapore: Entwined Histories of of a Colonial Convent and a Nation|
Presented by Dr Sandra Hudd, University Associate, University of Tasmania.
|Buddhist Philosophy: Resilience, Equanimity and Mindfulness|
Presented by Dr Sonam Thakchoe, Senior Lecturer, School of Humanities, University of Tasmania.
|19 April||Rohingya Genocide: International Complicity in Burma's Brutal Domestic Violence|
Presented by Dr Nancy Hudson-Rodd, Human Geographer, Edith Cowan University.
|2 March||How does he eat the hole of a donut? Food in Haruki Murakami's fiction|
Presented by Dr Chikako Nihei, Japanese Language and Culture, Yamaguchi University, Japan
|25 February||China's financial markets – a peek beneath the surface|
Presented by Professor Christine Wong, Director of the Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies at the University of Melbourne
|18 February||India and Australia: Glimpses through a Diplomat's Diary|
Presented by the High Commissioner of India, Mr Navdeep Suri
|16 February||Opportunities for Tasmania and the China market in the CHAFTA era - Building on the Sister State Relationship with Fujian|
Presented by the Australian Consul-General to Guangzhou, Mr Dominic Trindade
Cultural Resilience, Built Heritage and Post-Disaster Reconstruction in Indonesia
Indonesia, East Timor and the Arts: Recollection, Restoration, Reconciliation
Chaired by Associate Professor Pam Allen from Asia Institute Tasmania
Leaders and Leadership: Some Comments from an Historian of Southeast Asia
Presented by Professor Nicholas Tarling from the The University of Auckland
Seeing the Bigger Picture: Australia's Economic Relationship with China
Presented by Her Excellency Ms Frances Adamson, Australian Ambassador to China