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Anne Norman, Shakuhachi Musician

Anne Norman, a Melbourne-based Shakuhachi musician, enchants the Australian kids with the beauty of the traditional Japanese musical instruments along with Toshi...

JCS Community Net

The Japan Club of Sydney's Community Net is a group of volunteers offering services in the Japanese language, including monthly day-care activities for the aged...


Nishiki-goi or brocaded carp add elegance to the pond in a Japanese garden. Koi Society of Australia's Kazuyo McDonald explains about the history, varieties,...

Science Talk

Dr Kei Saito from School of Chemistry at Monash University talks about remotely controlled cyborg insects.

Ako in The Dream

Interview with Ms Ako Kondo, the first Japanese principal artist of the Australian Ballet, performing in The Dream. Broadcast on 4 June 2015
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