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The Glitch joins Korea's drug discourse, tracing historical roots from Opium Wars to current challenges for K-pop idols. Unraveling a complex narrative, it explores societal expectations, shaping perceptions of drug use in Korean society.
Asia Society Australia experts this month, appeared in the Financial Times, Reuters, Capital Brief, All About Feed, New York Times, Nikkei Asia, Life News, Le Monde, Barron's, Hindustan Times, rfi, The Australian, Newsweek, MSN, BBC News.
The second edition of our STATE OF ASIA Conference is history. We were joined by speakers from across Asia and Europe, and welcomed 140 guests at the Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue. Together, we discussed the key developments in Asia.
The Hon. Kevin Rudd chats with Danny Russel about the bilateral relationship, drivers of China's policy decision-making, and what to expect from the meeting between U.S. President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
The Glitch delves into the intricate narrative of drug use in Korea, exploring its historical roots from the Opium Wars to contemporary challenges faced by K-pop idols, to unravel societal expectations and perceptions.