Griffith University’s Asia Institute will hosted the second annual Australia-Indonesia Dialogue in Jakarta on Tuesday November 25, 2014 where experts addressed a broad agenda covering climate change, urban development, and the changing economic and political relationship between the two countries under Indonesia’s new president, Joko Widodo.
Griffith University has been helping farmers and co-operatives in Binh Thuan Province train for export expansion to Australia. The province has historically concentrated on the export and distribution of dragon fruit across South-East Asia, but key stakeholders are now looking to expand to wholesalers and supermarkets in Melbourne, Australia. Associate Professor Robin E Roberts, from […]
Researchers from The University of Adelaide teamed up with Griffith University to conduct a buyer virtual engagement study for Chinese consumers at Macadamias Australia in Bundaberg. Over 43,000 participants logged in to the ninety-minute live-streaming event to watch Chinese social media and radio personality, Eric Ho, walk through the orchards, the visitor experiences, the on-site […]
Researchers from the Griffith Asia Institute (GAI) have teamed up with the Indonesian National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN) and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) to pilot the Global Burden of Animal Diseases (GBADs) Framework in Indonesia. GBADs is a global health initiative, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which […]
The Griffith Asia Business Internship Program or ‘GABI’, started in early November, with 31 students kickstarting careers and establishing professional networks in the Asia-Pacific region. After two years of remote global internships, the large majority of interns are again travelling to the Asia-Pacific, including Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, and Malaysia. Convened by Dr Andrea Haefner, […]