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Australian and Japanese Non Communicable Disease research, development capacity and bilateral collaboration to be strengthened.
Australian artists travelled to Japan to help rebuild and revitalise the creative lives of Japanese artists and artists with disabilities impacted by
Arts Centre Melbourne presents a huge pop concert in the Sidney Myer Music Bowl to mark the start of the university year and welcome international stu
Foreign Minister Bishop has announced the appointment of Mr Mark Connors and Mr Chris Saines to the Australia-Japan Foundation Board.
Participants of the National Parliamentary Fellowships Program were granted privileged access to Australian and Japanese political systems.
An Australian jazz ensemble has toured Japan, collaborating with esteemed musicians and conducting workshops in towns ravaged by the 2011 Great East E
Australian and Japanese touch football associations have teamed up to boost women’s sport and wellbeing.
A potential breakthrough in captive breeding of Bluefin tuna may result from research into how juvenile tuna learn to regulate body temperature.
The Sanyo Maru is the wreck of a Japanese pearling mothership that sank in a storm in 1937.
The Australia-Japan Foundation (AJF) is celebrating its 40th anniversary throughout 2016.
The Australia-Japan Foundation (AJF) is pleased to congratulate the successful grant recipients for 2016-17.
The Australia–Japan Research Centre and the ANU Japan Institute will once again co-host the annual Japan Update.
This project aims to improve breeding bluefin tunas in captivity success rates by better understanding tuna physiology.
This is arguably the first academic book to introduce contemporary Australian Indigenous plays and films to Japanese readers.
Since 1981, 220,000 Japanese have visited Australia on a working holiday (WH) visa.
‘One Road’ comprises striking original artworks painted by Indigenous Australian artists, interspersed with vivid photographs of the artists and their
On 26-27 November 2016, the Japan-Australia Society of Osaka will host the biannual National Federation of Japan-Australia Societies Conference in Osa
The project aims to present the largely forgotten history of Okinawan emigration to the northern Australian pearling centres of Broome, Darwin and Thu
Wild rice grown in Australia is an important genetic resource for the world, but the importance of in-situ wild rice is not fully understood as only “
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