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Asian Australian Studies Research Network (AASRN) is a formal network for academics, community researchers, and cultural workers who are interested in the area of Asian Australian Studies.

The Asian Australian Film Forum and Network (AAFFN) is an exciting and empowering new network that aims to showcase Asian Australian films and screen talent both on and behind the screen.

Australian-Japanese Association of the Northern Territory AJANT was established in 1989 to foster a greater understanding and friendship between Australian and Japanese people in the Northern Territory.

The Australia-Japan Society of NSW (AJS-NSW) brings together Australian and Japanese people living in NSW to explore mutual interests.

Chor-Farmer was organised as a Male Voice Choir of Tokyo University of Agriculture in 1967 by Hiroshi Masumoto, and has held Australia and New Zealand concert tour every two years since 1977.

Contemporary Asian Australian Performance (CAAP) (formerly Performance 4a) is the only professional arts company dedicated to making exceptional contemporary Asian Australian work for all audiences.

Cowra Breakout Association  organises the annual commemoration of the tragic Cowra Prisoner of War Breakout on 5 August 1944.

The Cowra Japanese War Cemetery Online Database provides individual information on 524 graves in the Cowra Japanese War Cemetery, which is located in Cowra, New South Wales. Those buried in the cemetery were Japanese prisoners of war and civilian internees who died in Australia during the Pacific War. Facilitated and created by Nikkei Australia members.

Cowra Voices is storytelling app linking people and places with a geo-locative app – much like a heritage trail app – exploring Cowra’s unique story of civic peace and reconciliation with Japan. Facilitated and created by Nikkei Australia members. Cowra Voices Download is the download page for the Cowra Voices storytelling app.

DENSHŌ  The Japanese American Legacy Project is a non-profit organization started in 1996, with the initial goal of documenting oral histories from Japanese Americans who were incarcerated during World War II. This evolved into a mission to educate, preserve, collaborate and inspire action for equity.

Directory of Japanese Arts & Culture in Australia is a reference site created by The Japan Foundation Sydney. The directory introduces Japanese artists and non-Japanese artists practising traditional and contemporary Japanese art forms, experts in the area of Japanese art and arts organisations representing Japanese arts based in Australia.

Discover Nikkei is a cornerstone program of the Nikkei Legacy Project, a project of the Japanese American National Museum, with major funding by The Nippon Foundation.  It is a community website based in USA about Nikkei identity, history and experiences.

JAMPilgrimages documents stories of Japanese Americans who were incarcerated and the intergenerational stories that come along with the incarceration.

Japan Club of Sydney (JCS) is a non-profit organization operating as an ethnic group under NSW law, with a neutral policy on religion and politics. Most members reside in New South Wales, and are predominantly of Japanese descent.

Japanese on the Move: Life Stories of Transmigration 50 individuals share their experiences of their unique connection to Japan and Australia with personal stories reflecting on what it means to be on the move and at home and to belong to two (or more) countries.

Japanese Overseas Migration Museum  is dedicated to Japanese migration in Yokohama, established by the Japan International Cooperation Agency.

The Japan Foundation, Sydney is a Japanese public organization dedicated to promoting cultural and intellectual exchange between Japan and other nations through international cultural exchange projects.

Language-on-the-Move  is a sociolinguistics research site devoted to multilingualism, language learning and intercultural communication in a transnational world with focus on the way in which language intersects with consumerism, family life, globalization, tourism, identity, migration and social justice.

Loveday Project is dedicated to Christine Piper’s doctoral research project about Japanese civilian internment in Australia at the University of Technology, Sydney.

New Voices in Japanese Studies (formerly New Voices) is a peer-reviewed academic journal published by The Japan Foundation, Sydney. All contributors are emerging scholars, ranging from Honours graduates to PhD level, with a research interest in Japan. All papers are sole-authored and cover a range of subjects from the humanities and social sciences.

Peril Magazine is an online magazine focused on issues of Asian Australian arts and culture.

SBS Japanese Language Radio broadcasts interviews, features and community stories, including news from Australia and around the world in Japanese language.

Tatura Museum’s collection is based on three main themes: the History of Irrigation in Victoria’s Goulburn Valley, the Local and Family History of Tatura and District since white settlement and the history of the seven World War II Prisoner of War and Internment Camps and the Garrison and Hospital which were established in this area.

 

 

 

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