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Keiran Ellis – Blog 1: Introduction

Meet 2022 CAPI intern Keiran Ellis, interviewed by fellow intern Etain Kearsey

Elly Thompson – Blog 1: Introduction

Meet 2022 CAPI intern Elly Thompson, interviewed by fellow intern Jennifer Janssen

Haley Ham – Blog 1: Introduction

Meet 2022 CAPI intern Haley Ham, interviewed by fellow intern Charlotte Clar

Elly Thompson – Blog 1: Interviewing GATTW Intern Jennifer!

Hey! I’m Elly and I’ll be travelling to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, this year to work with MSRI! For my first blog, I interviewed fellow CAPI intern Jennifer, who will be working with GATTW in Bangkok, Thailand. Listen to learn a… Continue Reading →

Charlotte Clar – Blog 1: Introduction

Meet 2022 CAPI intern Charlotte Char, interviewed by fellow intern Haley Ham

Caleb Catto – Blog 1: Introduction

Meet 2022 CAPI intern Caleb Catto, interviewed by fellow intern Keiran Ellis 🎡 I’m good at wasting timeI think lyrics need to rhymeAnd you’re not askingBut I’m tryna grow a mustache 🎡 I really like itWhen the moon looks like… Continue Reading →

Etain Kearsey – Blog 1: Introduction

Meet 2022 CAPI intern Etain Kearsey, interviewed by fellow intern Keiran Ellis

Thanh Phan – Blog 1: A virtual academic experience

My QES-AS scholarship term started amidst the pandemic when Canada and some parts of Asia were experiencing a “new normal” during which teleconference emerged as an effective way for scholars to implement their research with colleagues. The COVID-19 pandemic brought… Continue Reading →

Songkrant Pongboonjun – Blog 2: Academia and Social Change

Introduction After spending two years as a Canadian Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarship – Advanced Scholar (QES-AS Scholar) at the Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives (CAPI) and a doctoral researcher in the Law and Society Program in the Faculty of… Continue Reading →

Ratana Ly – Blog 3: Fieldwork journey: Construction sector

Today is a warm, summer day in Victoria. Looking out my room’s window, small birds sometimes fly from one tree branch to another, making chirping noises. It is a calm environment to review and reflect on my fieldwork in Cambodia… Continue Reading →

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