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Silk cloth inscribed by Liang Qichao, probably while in Inverell, Australia, 1901. Recently translated by Ely Finch for 'Our Chinese Pasts.' The poem inscribed on the cloth is a work by 杜甫 Dù Fǔ

🌟 Congratulations to @ArtSS_Sydney student Jemima Rice on her @JapanNsw Award for her outstanding academic performance in Japanese Studies!

🇯🇵 The prize was presented last week by @CGJapanSydney Mr Shuichi Tokuda at @JPFSydney, with a welcome by lecturer Dr Yoko Yonezawa.

Recently published online, a new article by Melanie Brand @melaniebrand68, ‘In the Name of National Security: Press Censorship in Cold War Australia’.
#OzHist

https://doi.org/10.1080/1031461X.2024.2347841

I’m pleased to announce that my new book, ‘Always was, Always Will be: The campaign for justice and recognition continues’, will be published by Hardie Grant books on 3 September and is up for pre-orders online and in bookshops. ✊🏾✊🏽✊🏻

https://www.hardiegrant.com/au/publishing/bookfinder/book/always-was_-always-will-be-by-thomas-mayo/9781741179279?utm_source=titlepage&utm_medium=banner&utm_campaign=AWAWB

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