This screening of Tetsuo II: Body Hammer (Director: Tsukamoto Shinya, 1992, 83 minutes) is part of the Monstrous Realities series.
Public lecture - In Search of Shakyamuni’s scriptures:The formation of modern Buddhist Studies and Sino-Japanese exchange
Chen Jidong considers the intersecting relations between certain Chinese and Japanese Buddhists as they began to take note of original Indian texts.
The Japanese Studies Seminar Series is a fortnightly seminar hosted by the ANU Japan Centre during Friday lunchtimes.
Japan has suffered from long-lasting but mild deflation since the latter half of the 1990s. In this seminar Dr Toshitaka Sekine will discuss the structural features that may explain Japan’s
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Commission on Human Security's final report, Human Security Now. In September 2012, the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution on human security, led by the Japanese initiative.
Though largely controlled by the State, Sinospace is nevertheless providing opportunities to ordinary citizens, or ‘netizens’, to voice their opinions and challenge the State in the form of internet contention that sometimes become street protests.
After completing a Bachelor of Visual Arts in Textiles at ANU, Amy has now established her own Canberra-based textile business, Moyou. Amy came from a background in graphic design and this, in combination with her love for Japan, influences and informs her design practice.
Come join the ANU International Law Society for a discussion with Professor Donald R Rothwell on the recent Whaling in the Antarctic Case (Australia v Japan: New Zealand intervening).