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Communicating with Asia - Languages and Societies

ASIA1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: White Australia Policy, Asian Century, Culture Of Asia
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Communication with Asia Workshop 1: The Context: Australia and Asia Beyond the 1970s: White Australia Policy, Asia plying a small part in Australias economy, Asia mentioned in passing, Political interest. Then came multicu...

Asian Studies
ASIA1005
Dr Christian Harijanto
ASIA1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Korean Language, Christian Today, Korean Drama

SLIDE 1 After the Hun dynasty in China invaded Korea (then, Gojoseon) in 108BC, and it split into three smaller kingdoms; Kogurya, Paekche and Shilla The Shilla Kingdom took over the two other kingdoms for a few hundred ye...

Asian Studies
ASIA1005
Dr Christian Harijanto
ASIA1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Kakaotalk, Hyeong, Korean Language

ASIA1005 ASIA1005 Slide One Communications are based on confucian ethics they have a lot of respect for formal authority and formal language is frequently used between professionals in businesses and such as it makes for...

Asian Studies
ASIA1005
Dr Christian Harijanto
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