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What an Aboriginal Wellbeing Program taught me about being Chinese

It’s January 2021 and I’m being interviewed for an elective I want to take at uni: Service Learning in Indigenous Communities (SLIC). I’m a little...

Newsroom: Peter Charley, deputy director Al Jazeera Investigative Unit

Peter Charley, deputy director of the global Al Jazeera Investigative Unit, joined the MECO Newsroom at the University of Sydney as guest speaker this...

Shanxi Province celebrates 4th Chinese Farmers’ Harvest Festival

Apple production and sales in Taigu District are booming this year. Compared with previous years, apples are not only selling well in China but also...

Newsroom: International Consortium of Investigative Journalists

Hamish Boland-Rudder is the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists online editor. He has worked on all ICIJ's major investigations, including the Panama Papers, the...

Who do you think you are and why does it matter?

Locked down with nowhere to go, Australians have increasingly turned their attention to family history research. What are the reasons behind the phenomenon and...

Unearthed Stories: Camperdown Cemetery

Contributors: Jessica Arentz & Kate Newsome A tranquil oasis of lush greenery and wildlife, the space is enclosed by heavily graffitied sandstone walls. It is...

Segregation: Jakarta, a sinking city muddied by a colonial legacy

Contributor: Karen Davids Jakarta tethered to unsustainable water sources A dark gloomy afternoon presides over the banks of Jakarta’s 13 rivers, its extensive bay, and the...