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Drawing on recent scholarship, this one-day public conference is ANU's flagship annual event on Japan.
In 2018 the ACO will return to Japan for two performances in Tokyo, a music education exchange and activities for the 'Australia now' festival.
Two-way program enabling Australian and Japanese university students to experience intensive co-learning.
Offers respite and an educational tour to Canberra for young Japanese who lost parents in the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami of March 2011.
Curtin University is launching a virtual reality project with Akita University in Japan.
Establishing bilateral partnerships for a Japan issue of craft magazine ‘Garland’.
Journalism internships in Tokyo for two Australian media students hosted by Agence France Press and Asahi Shimbun.
A cross-cultural project linking people from Australia and Japan affected by natural disasters.
Study looking at the structures and outcomes in Australia to inform Japan's policy reform.
Joint Australia-Japan sea ice field course with Hokkaido University and a media/outreach program with various outlets and schools.
Australia-Japan partnership in techno-based industries will be promoted through a new sister event at Adelaide Film Festival.
Polyglot Theatre and music organisation Acchi Cocchi are heading back to the area devastated by the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami.
Inaugural public lecture series and roundtable meetings between Australia-based and Japanese scholars.
Project to empower youth victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami of 2011 through travel to Australia.
Bringing together scientists to conduct collaborative research, host a conference and educate the public.
Media internships for top Australian journalism students in Tokyo.
Public forums in Sydney and Tokyo to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Australia-Japan Joint Declaration on Security Co-operation.
Improving the long-term capability of Japan Touch Association through Touch Football Australia’s support.
Two-day festival in Melbourne to bring Japanese culture, anime and manga to Australia.
World-first international conference on Landcare research to precede workshops around Fukushima.
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