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Chinese Indonesians in Post-Suharto Indonesia

Democratisation and Ethnic Minorities: Chinese Indonesians in Post-Suharto Indonesia

Chong Wu Ling

Department of Sociology, National University of Singapore, July 2014

Bagaimana nasib orang Indonesia-Cina di masa post-Suharto? 57 more words

The Ainu Debate and the Continued Existence of 'Indigenous' Tribes

In the midst of the reporting on the tragic landslides that have killed upwards of 30 people in Hiroshima Prefecture, an item of periodic contention on the Japanese agenda has been somewhat overlooked: the recognition of the Ainu. 511 more words

Asia-Pacific

African Women In Comic Books

We always make it about race, it’s always about the colour of the skin, the origins of a person. You only need to mention race and the discussion could go on and on for weeks, months, centuries.  153 more words

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This Is Something We Should All Remember

American singer India Arie posted a significant message on her page to remember everyone to take part to the  Global Synchronized Meditation for Peace day on August 8. 7 more words

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Stereotype Threat in Medical Education

Stereotype threat is a psychological phenomenon in which people feel at risk of confirming a negative stereotype about their group, even if they don’t believe the stereotype to be true. 294 more words

Other Research

Mekong's Fate

 The Mekong is the largest river in Indochina and one of the largest in Asia. It is is the eleventh longest river in the world (approx. 994 more words

Environment

Xinjiang, museums and the Big Lie

With free entrance, quality exhibits, largely comprehensible English information and staff out numbering visitors, the museums in Xinjiang offer, at first glance, a quality experience outstripping the majority of that of  their Central Asian counterparts. 1,357 more words

Caucasus/Central Asia