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CHL Tales: ๑๔ (Untitled: #14)

In the fourth episode of CHL Tales — a storytelling series from the School of Culture, History and Language within the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific — Dr Janit Feangfu reads ๑๔ (Untitled: #14), a poem by Phu Kradat, in Thai.

The CHL Tales storytelling series allows people who work, research and study in the School to share and listen to in-language narratives. 

Watch the first three videos in the series:

CHL Tales: The Monkey and the Crocodile

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Framing the impacts of COVID-19: Securing food regulatory policies for the prevention of non-communicable diseases

What does COVID-19 mean for food regulation policy agendas? How will the pandemic impact states’ appetite for regulating food industries and how will public health advocates and practitioners keep food policies on the agenda? 

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CHL Tales: The Monkey and the Crocodile

In the third episode of CHL Tales — a storytelling series from the School of Culture, History and Language within the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific — Associate Professor, McComas Taylor reads a story from the Panchatantra in Sanskrit.

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In Conversation with Professor Sharon Bell: The future of the College of Asia and the Pacific

Interim Dean of the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, Professor Sharon Bell joined Head of Advancement, Dr Jason Ketter, for a conversation about the future of the College and University.

This event opened CAP's In Conversation event series, which provides attendees with an opportunity to hear from, and engage with, leading academics from the College.

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CHL Tales: 跑警报(节选)

In the second episode of CHL Tales, PhD candidate and tutor in the Modern Chinese program, Kai Zhang reads an excerpt from Running Upon Alarms (跑警报) by Wang Cengqi (汪曾祺) in Mandarin.

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Embracing complexity: thinking and working in systems

When it comes to addressing the complex problem that is population health and health inequities in relation to the COVID-19 crisis, a systems approach is a useful way of thinking and working moving forward. But where do we begin?
 

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Flaws in the machine: COVID-19 and failings of global trade and investment systems

When global crises like COVID-19 arise, governments need the autonomy to introduce policies that safeguard a range of social determinants of health. Yet, governments could face lawsuits from private companies for emergency measures to the tune of billions of dollars.
 

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