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Thursday, April 9, 2020
Lizzie Margereson looks at the Afghan opium industry and the challenges this presents for the troubled country.
Japan’s culture is rich and often welcomed by people from around the world. Unfortunately, it is the fascination people have with the nation that gives rise to stereotypes surrounding the Japanese, writes Rachael Lum.
Viviane Fluck explores the country’s issue of sexuality amongst urbanites through one of India’s reality dating shows.
International writer Isabelle Carty looks at why people emigrate, and how this enriches communities and integration across the world.
Rachael Lum looks at the flow of highly-qualified citizens from Africa and the Far East to the western world.
Robert Norris introduces the Study China programme as an alternative to a more traditional Easter.