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Edition 5, 2021
New research indicates COVID-19 restrictions were largely accepted by Chinese villagers and satisfaction with the government's response is high.
Why Australian universities are reliant on international students and international students are so vulnerable 中文
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a crisis for international students and Australia’s public universities.
In an age of hyper-connectivity and availability of global cultural material, the neglect of home-grown Asian Australian content and talent is acute.
Asian Australians have a high level of trust in government information about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Indonesian vigilantes are voicing a conservative Islam, but they are not becoming terrorists. (Terjemahan Bahasa Indonesia)
Members of Islamic street gangs mostly have no religious credentials, and don't aim to establish an Islamic state.
As COVID-19 escalates in Indonesia, responses are fractured and fractious. (Terjemahan Bahasa Indonesia)
Elite interests continue to dominate Indonesia's pandemic response at a national level, but there's community resilience at the grassroots.