• ISSUE   16 May 2015

    4th Women’s Leadership Conference
    – U.S.A.

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Africa and ASEAN: Prospects and a status quo

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Another country
    – Malaysia

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Associate Professor Glenda Crosling
    – Monash University, Australia

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Beyond the semiotic

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Carnival de Montevideo
    – Uruguay

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Counselling dysfunctional families
    – Vietnam

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Cultural activism and media
    – De La Salle University, The Phillipines

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Culturally re-building Timbuktu
    – Mali

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Eradicating online violence in Thailand
    – Mahidol University, Thailand

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Faculty of Philology
    – University of Heidelberg, Germany

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Ateneo De Manila
    – The Phillipines

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Festival Important
    – Denmark

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    From world Englishes to uneven Englishes
    – Singapore

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    ICSD2015
    – Singapore

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    ISTDST 2015
    – Spain

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Language and the law in Malaysia
    – Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Legal access to illegal identities
    – University of Indonesia, Indonesia

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Professor Kiyoshi Kobayashi
    – Kyoto University, Japan

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Reasoning with rape offenders
    – Hong Kong

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Road recklessness, still in its infancy

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Saussere and the Harrisean hiatus

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Sex and the State
    – England

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Signs, meanings, and experience

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    South and Southeast Asian film academic database
    – Hong Kong

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Soviet Mandala exhibition
    – Russia

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    The myth of the angry atheist

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    The restored hammam of Kruja
    – Albania

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Unnecessary signage
    – City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Vietnamese manicurists in The United States
    – Ho Chi Minh City Open University, Vietnam

  • ISSUE   16 May 2015

    Wayang kulit against its demise
    – Malaysia

FEATURED ACADEMIC 1

Associate Professor Glenda Crosling
– Monash University, Australia

Associate Professor Glenda Crosling, Monash University, Australia, originally an Applied linguist, has engaged in a profession of enhancing academic quality in higher education. Professor Crosling has held positions as member of the Australian Register of Experts for TEQSA, and as honorary ... Read More

June 9, 2015

FEATURED ACADEMIC 2

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Professor Kiyoshi Kobayashi
– Kyoto University, Japan

Professor Kiyoshi Kobayashi represents the penultimate cross between the determinant and indeterminant sciences. Following a long career in engineering and applied hard sciences, Professor Kobayashi has moved to work in fields such as social capital, creativity, and logistical networks. Professor ... Read More

June 9, 2015

RESEARCH PROJECTS

Vietnamese manicurists in The United States
– Ho Chi Minh City Open University, Vietnam

The study addresses how Vietnamese immigrant women develop an urban employment niche in the beauty industry, in manicuring. They are shown to have done so by creating a market for professional nail care, through the transformation of nailwork into what might ... Read More

June 10, 2015

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

ONTOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE

Beyond the semiotic
June 10, 2015

ACADEMIA IN SOCIETY 1

Reasoning with rape offenders
– Hong Kong

Research on people engaging in sexual violence has been dominated by offender profiling, risk assessment and treatment for convicted offenders. Nonetheless, the label of ex-offender per se results in fixing ... Read More

June 10, 2015

ACADEMIA IN SOCIETY 2

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Counselling dysfunctional families
– Vietnam

In the Counselling dysfunctional families project, the counselors interacted with adolescents and their parents. The purposes included that participants all shared their experiences, personally and with each other, while expanding ... Read More

June 10, 2015