Young Professionals take flight at Cities Summit

When young professional, Prasanna Sivasubramaniam Shanmuganathan, takes to the stage of the Plaza Auditorium with three of his peers at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition… Read More

Crowdfunding water quality solutions

Article by Leighenne Pang, Griffith Asia Institute Intern Griffith Asian Studies graduate Alexis Wagner inspires many locals in China and Australia to join her campaign… Read More

Competing hegemonies. Foreign-dominated processes of development in Cambodia

Coordinator: Heidi Dahles Funded by the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research This program addresses institutional change in the foreign-dominated ‘development industry’ in Cambodia. The… Read More

APEC turns to small firms to combat new health threats

Issued by the APEC Life Sciences Innovation Forum Atlanta, United States, 19 June 2015 – Senior health, trade and small business officials from the… Read More

Eskitis Institute collaborates with Traditional Chinese Medicine University

The Vice President of Guangxi University of Chinese Medicine (GXUCM), one of the oldest higher education medical institutions in China, visited Griffith as part of… Read More

What can tourists do to help, not hinder, Nepal’s quake recovery?

Every year 800,000 international visitors travel to Nepal to experience its unique attractions. These include Sagarmatha National Park (Mt Everest), the Annapurna and Langtang trekking… Read More

Indonesia alumni event in Jakarta

Griffith University Pro-Vice-Chancellor (International), Professor Sarah Todd, and Griffith Asia Institute Director, Professor Russell Trood, led a delegation to Jakarta in early May to strengthen… Read More

First Prize win sends Griffith student soaring to China

Shannon Dyer looked out over a sea of chaos as nearly a thousand Chinese middle school students enthusiastically participated in a made-up game of ‘English… Read More

Griffith visits Parahyangan University, Indonesia

Russell Trood and Colin Brown were invited speakers at an international conference organised by the International Relations Students Association of Parahyangan University, in Bandung, Indonesia… Read More

Asia Region Funds passport on-track for 2016 launch

Issued by the APEC Finance Ministers’ Process Singapore, 4 June 2015 – An APEC initiative to make it easier for financial services professionals to market… Read More


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