Celebrating Asian Australians
'Celebrating Asian Australians' discusses racism and discrimination issues within our community. It aims to showcase the positive contributions that Asian Australians have made to Australian society.
How Indian Students Told to ‘Go Home’ by Australia at the Start of the Pandemic Used WhatsApp for Advocacy
Surjeet Dogra Dhanji & Mousumi Mukherjee, Originally posted on Melbourne Asia Review, 5 September 2022
Celebrating Asian Legal Careers - “You cannot be what you cannot see”
William Lye OAM QC, Celebrating Asian Legal Careers Seminar Series, Recording produced by Asian Law Centre, 2 August 2022
Can Australia’s Declining Indonesia Literacy Survive COVID-19 Cuts?
Elena WilliamsOriginally posted on the Indonesia at Melbourne Blog, 28 September 2021
Communicating COVID-19 to our Older Culturally Diverse Australians
Wilfred Yang Wang and Dr Xinyu (Andy) ZhaoOriginally posted on Pursuit, 9 September 2021
Australia Needs to Embrace 'Asianness' as Part of 'Australianness'
Qiuping Pan and Jia GaoOriginally posted on Pursuit, 4 March 2021
Asian-Australians: Quiet Migration or Immigration Indigestion?
Ryan Gustafsson, Qiuping Pan, Jay Song and Melissa Conley TylerOriginally posted on the Melbourne Asia Review, 2 March 2021
Asian Australian's Experience of COVID-19 Communications
Wonsun Shin and Jay SongOriginally posted on Pursuit, 5 February 2021
The International Students Trying to Understand Australia from Afar
Zhichen YeOriginally posted on Pursuit, 23 September 2020
Learning to Speak Each Other’s Languages, Again
Philipp Ivanov and Shazleen LateefOriginally posted on the Melbourne Asia Review, 9 September 2020
Better Engaging Culturally Diverse Communities during COVID-19
Nathan Grills and Nicole ButcherOriginally posted on Pursuit, 4 September 2020
William Ah Ket – Australia’s First Lawyer of Chinese Descent
Andrew GodwinProduced by Melbourne Law School , 23 June 2020
William Ah Ket - A Life of Diversity and Service
Andrew Godwin, 5 May 2020
Celebrating Asian Australian Lawyers: From William Ah Ket to Today
Andrew Godwin, Tienyi Long, William Lye OAM QC and Reynah Tang AMWebinar Recording produced by Asian Law Centre, 21 May 2020
The Chinese Music Ensemble, The University of Melbourne, 2019
Produced by The University of Melbourne, co-presented with the Grainger Museum, 18 December 2019
Most People Aren't Malicious - They Just Don't Know
Chin TanProduced by the Asian Australian Leadership Summit and Asialink, 21 August 2019