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WHAT DOES FEMINISM MEAN TO YOU? A Visual Podcast in Jaipur

Intersectional feminism means the inclusion and representation of different iden...

Health is the Industry’s Wealth

Tucked away in an alley off the main street of Jaipur, the pharmaceutical and nu...

Rajasthan’s Palace Painters experiencing high demand

The Palaces of Rajasthan are flooded by tourists every day. Often overlooked are...

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Fighting India’s HIV Stigma

Issues with education and awareness of HIV and AIDS in India has resulted in large amounts of discrimination and stigma surroundin...

Coloured bins designed to clean up Jakarta

It’s 10am in Jakarta. Locals flock to Fatahillah Square where vibrantly painted bicycles, traditional Javanese music and chil...

Unveiling the Burqa

By Nazlee Salami I gazed down at the dark-green headscarf that lay gently in my hands. My eyes traced its ornate gold patterns....

More than just fireworks

By Katreena Bacatan Brisbane's Riverfire festival is much more than a short fireworks display that lights up the city- it is an...

Fighting India’s HIV Stigma

Issues with education and awareness of HIV and AIDS in India has resulted in large amounts of discrimination and stigma surroundin...

Coloured bins designed to clean up Jakarta

It’s 10am in Jakarta. Locals flock to Fatahillah Square where vibrantly painted bicycles, traditional Javanese music and chil...

Unveiling the Burqa

By Nazlee Salami I gazed down at the dark-green headscarf that lay gently in my hands. My eyes traced its ornate gold patterns....

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Mirror mirror on the wall: the Sheesh Mahal is the fairest of them all

In the 16th century, the general of Akbar, Maan Singh, built a fort around a city which he...

The Cracks in ‘Gem City’

The scams that undermine Jaipur's gem production trade. How local street sellers use the p...

The Amber Fort of Marble

If you look up towards the hilly mountain tops in Jaipur, you will stumble across the wind...

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History of the Pink City

Nazlee Salami travels to Jaipur, India where she explores the history of 'the Pink City'. ...

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Who thought being a foreign correspondent could be this much fun?

  Twenty UQ journalism students, two staff, four days of travel thro...

Ondel-ondel and a modern Jakarta

Indonesia has a diverse legacy of art and culture. One subset of this is Betawi ...

Children of the Landfill

Jakarta is home to over 450,000 trash pickers. Trash pickers, or Pemulung...

The beef with Indonesia’s meat policy

Indonesia's impressive economic growth in recent years has been coupled with a r...

Anies wins Jakarta Governor Elections after bitter campaign

After a bitter and tense campaign that divided the city of Jakarta voters took t...

VIDEO: UQ in MUMBAI – What’s it all about?

UQ in Mumbai is the latest in a series of innovative overseas field reporting co...

History of the Pink City

Nazlee Salami travels to Jaipur, India where she explores the history of 'the Pi...

The People and their Puppets

In the heart of Jaipur, India, lives a community like no other. The Kathputli Co...

Deafening Silence

India's children are facing an epidemic of abuse, with 53% of Indian children ha...

“I don’t know what that is”

India's ignorance surrounding autism, a spark exploration into the impact stigma...

Being HIV Positive In India

  After a delayed response to the initial threat of HIV, India has s...

Education: it’s a girl’s story

In a time where the rest of the world is pushing for gender equality, parts of I...

The Third Gender

'Blessings', 'curses' and 'transgender' aren't words that usually go together in...

Behind the Lines: India’s Political Cartoons

Kemii Maguire investigates the world of political cartooning, in one of India's ...

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Fighting India’s HIV Stigma

Issues with education and awareness of HIV and AIDS in India has resulted in large amounts...

Coloured bins designed to clean up Jakarta

It’s 10am in Jakarta. Locals flock to Fatahillah Square where vibrantly painted bicyc...

The Woodford Folk Festival is an annual music and cultural festival held near the semi-rural town of Woodford, 72 km north of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It is one of the biggest annual cultural events of its type in Australia.