Australia must address China tech challenge in Indonesia

China's free large-scale technology training in Indonesia poses a major security challenge to Australia and the region, according to a paper by experts at The Australian National University

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Congratulations to all our graduates - now read their stories

A massive congratulations to all our graduates on mid-year graduation day at the College of Asia & the Pacific (15 July).

We've compiled a few of the great stories from our people on their special day that you can read below.

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Discovery sheds light on why the Pacific islands were colonised

The discovery of pottery from the ancient Lapita culture by researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) has shed new light on how Papua New Guinea (PNG) served as a launching pad for the colonisation of the Pacific – one of the greatest migrations in human history.

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Dr Ben Shaw holding ancient pottery piece from Brooker Island, east of Papua New Guinea.

Visionary teaching earns Teaiwa top accolade

Professor Katerina Teaiwa has been named the 2021 Australian University Teacher of the Year for her visionary approach to teaching and mentoring students in Pacific studies at The Australian National University (ANU).

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Professor Katerina Teaiwa.

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