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Asia Pacific Week 2015: Roads less travelled

Our landmark annual student-run conference is your chance to explore the region's roads less travelled. But get in quick - there are only 100 spots and applications close on 27 March.

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Keeping secrets? Lessons from history on intelligence in the age of ISIS

Drawing on the history of MI6, Professor Keith Jeffery reflects on the general challenges to the work of secret intelligence organisations presented by an increasingly digitally connected world.

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2015 Taiwan Film Festival

From the romance and action of box office hits to contemporary cinematic masterpieces, from gritty independent documentaries to cool art house pioneers - the 2015 Taiwan Film showcases a special selection of Taiwan's filmmaking talent from the last four decades.

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Hybridity - a concept for today's complex world?

Jacinta O’Hagan, Sinclair Dinnen and Lia Kent examine the concept of hybridity and how it might be applied to today’s complex, global world.

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Paradise lost

Once rich in phosphate, the island of Banaba, in the Pacific Ocean, is largely uninhabitable, after decades of mining destroyed its landscape and buildings were left to rot.

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Year in China: Lachy Parsons

Lachlan Parsons gives us a sneak peak into his life in Hangzhou as a Year in Asia student.

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Rebels of the Neon God

Linda Jaivin talks to director Tsai Ming Liang (蔡明亮) about the making of Rebels of the Neon God (青少年哪吒).

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