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INTRODUCTION – Changing one’s world view: the potentially transformative power of Asian language(s) and culture(s)
Learning an Asian language can serve as a bulwark against rising nationalism and xenophobia.
The Korean language is booming at Australian universities. What needs to be done to keep the momentum going?
Korean is increasingly popular at Australian universities, but more needs to be done to recruit and keep students.
Why aid diplomacy eventually pays off: Lessons from Australia’s Sheep Demonstration Farm Project in 1970s South Korea
How sheep and kelpies helped Australia forge a closer relationship with South Korea.
Growing green? South Korea’s approach to the COVID-19 economic recovery
Korea’s pioneering of ‘green growth’ makes it a leader in reconciling the ever-conflicting goals of economic growth and environmental sustainability.