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Tellurian Drama

Christine CABASSET a participé à la discussion autour du film Tellurian Drama (2020) réalisé par le cinéaste indonésien Riar Rizaldi, dans le cadre du festival international de film documentaire Cinéma du Réel auquel la Bibliothèque universitaire des langues et civilisations (BULAC) est associé (12 au 21 mars 2021). Le film prend place dans les montagnes de Java Ouest…
Synopsis : 5 mai 1923. Le gouvernement des Indes orientales néerlandaises célèbre la création d’une nouvelle station de radio à Java (...)

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Growing mobility

Growing mobility:
nations, cultures and regional integration
Saturday, June 8 (9:30 a.m. - 12:30 a.m.) – Pansuriya, 100 Bogalay Zay Street, Rangoon - Burma
Saturday, June 15 (9:30 a.m. - 12:30 a.m.) – Institut Français de Birmanie (IFB), 340 Pyay Road, Rangoon - Burma
The 2000s and 2010s have witnessed the progressive intensification of mobility and exchanges within Southeast Asia. Scholars and specialists from different disciplines and institutions will participate in two roundtable (...)

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Y-a-t-il un modèle de développement asiatique?

Journées de l'économie (JECO 2018, Lyon) November 6th-8th - 2018
Organized by the Foundation for the University of Lyon, Les Journées de l'Economie (Jéco) brings together economists, business leaders, administrative experts, journalists, social actors and political leaders every year. Thi Anh-Dao TRAN, affiliated researcher based in Ho Chi Minh City, has participated in the session: "Is there a model for Asian development?"
Watch the debate, read the article published on the (...)

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The Chinese investments in Cambodia and in ASEAN

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Debate on stage N°5 : «Power issues and social challenges in Southeast Asia»

Debate on stage N°5 : « Power issues and social challenges in Southeast Asia »
Date : Tuesday 16 June 2015, from 7.30 to 9.30 pm
Venue : Auditorium, Alliance Française de Bangkok
While nearly 52 percent of the Burmese population remains without electricity compared to 69 percent in Cambodia and 45 percent in Laos, the demand for power has skyrocketed in megacities such as Jakarta, Singapore and Bangkok.
To help us comprehend the gap between the ever-growing demand for electricity and the (...)

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