Tets Kimura

Tets Kimura
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Tets Kimura teaches Creative Arts at Flinders University. He has been a winner of various awards in political sciences and Asian studies, including the 2016 Paul Varley Award (Japan Studies Association, USA). His latest publications include “Cool Japan: Fashion as a Vehicle of Soft Power” (Transglobal Fashion Narratives, 2018. Bristol: Intellect, editors Anne Peirson-Smith and Joseph H. Hancock II), “Heroes and Villains: A Discourse Analysis of Australian and Japanese Whaling Reports in Newspapers” (Continuum 32:3, 2018, co-author Sandra Egege), and “Creation of Contemporary Taiwanese Fashion” (Fashion Practice 9:3, 2017, co-author Shih-Ying Lin).

Japan: grasping for hope in a new imperial era
Japan: grasping for hope in a new imperial era
The Reiwa era is about to begin and with it springs hope that the national malaise of recent decades can be left behind.
Japan’s immigration and integration questions
Japan’s immigration and integration questions
Twice as many people move to Japan than to Australia, now Japan is finally set to accept foreign labourers.
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