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Vietnamese at ANU

Vietnamese is the national and official language of Vietnam and is spoken world-wide in the Vietnamese diaspora. In fact it is also the sixth most-spoken language in Australia. Knowledge of the Vietnamese language is indispensable for anyone one wishing to understand Vietnamese culture and society. In this video hear about the Vietnam program at ANU.

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Thai at ANU

Thai is the national and official language of Thailand and spoken by about sixty million people. The study of Thai is essential for anyone wishing to understand Thailand's culture, society and long history. As Australia's future is increasingly tied to the nations of Asia, the importance of Thai will continue to grow. In this video hear about the Thai program at ANU.

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Hindi at ANU

The aim of the Hindi-Urdu program is to provide students with the skills necessary to speak, read and write the sister languages Hindi and Urdu. Knowledge of Hindi, the official language of India, is essential for those interested in any aspect of the civilisation and society of modern India and a familiarity with Urdu, the official national language of Pakistan, is necessary for those who want to focus on contemporary Pakistan. In this video hear about the Hindi program at ANU.

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A window to the past

Recently a class of ANU students rolled up their sleeves and got their hands dirty to conduct research on biodiversity in the Asia-Pacific.

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Made in China: Tim Coghlan’s career in fashion

Tim Coghlan has forged a career in China’s burgeoning fashion and real estate industries.

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Meet Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) graduate Rohana Prince

Offered for the first time to ANU College of Asia and the Pacific students in 2014, in this video Rohana discusses what attracted her to the course.

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Motivational postures towards regulatory systems

Professor Val Braithwaite discusses the different 'motivational postures' people may take in response to regulatory systems.

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