Asia skills: Australian stories
myfuture: Asia Skills and My Korea: Australian Stories provide 30 short films about Australians currently working in or with Asia, and classroom resources you can use to find out how Asia skills have enriched the lives and careers of these professionals.
View individual films showcasing 30 Australians currently working in or with Asia
Read about what it means to have Asia skills
Learn why your students need Asia skills
Access our Fast Facts on Asia skills
And don't miss Asia skills in action(PDF: 3.5 MB), a user-friendly resource for ideas, activities and interview synopses.
"Whether you want to be a doctor, or work in the not-for-profit sector, in the arts, in law or in finance, whatever discipline... the benefits of Asia literacy are so immense because so many roads lead to, or go through, Asia."
Christian Bennett, Marketing Director, Santos
My Korea: Australian Stories was supported by the Australian Government through the Australia-Korea Foundation of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
A major new Ai Group/Asialink survey, citing gaps in expertise on Asia at the highest levels of Australian industry, calls for Federal and State investment in a National Asia Literacy Plan. Engaging Asia: Getting it right for Australian Business(PDF: 3 MB) was launched by Trade Minister Dr Craig Emerson in Canberra on 2 March 2011.
The Asia Literacy Ambassadors–Partnering Businesses & Schools project supports interactions between businesses and schools to stimulate and increase student and school community demand for Asia literacy.