Monash Asia Institute (MAI)
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1988, as Institute for Contemporary Asian Studies. Present name adopted 1992.
Bring together a wide range of Asia-related activities in Monash University; develop collaborative links with like-minded institutions in Australia, Asia, the USA and Europe; promote postgraduate research across faculties; facilitate and undertake innovative research on Asian regions and promote cross-disciplinary and trans-Asian intellectual dialogue within and outside Monash.
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Research Centres (6): G-XG3110 - Centre of Southeast Asian Studies, Clayton; China Research Centre; Japanese Studies Centre; Centre for Malaysian Studies; G-XG5614 - National Centre for South Asian Studies, Clayton (NCSAS); U-XG8748 - Asia Pacific Health and Nutrition Centre (APHNC).
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