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Reg Little

Reg Little was an Australian diplomat for 25 years, working in Japan, Laos, Bangladesh, the United Nations (New York), Ireland, Hong Kong, China, Switzerland, and the Caribbean. He was Deputy or Head of Mission in five overseas posts and served in Canberra as Director of North Asia, International Economic Organizations and Policy Planning as well as Executive Director of the Australia-China Council. He obtained high level language qualifications in Japanese and Chinese.

He has participated regularly since 1987 in Conferences in Asia, particularly China, that have addressed Asian traditional civilization and economic development, has been a Director of the Beijing based International Confucian Association since its foundation in 1994 and has co-authored two books - The Confucian Renaissance (1989, published several times in both Japanese and Chinese) and The Tyranny of Fortune: Australia’s Asian Destiny (1997).

His most recent publication is A Confucian-Daoist Milennium? (2006).

Author's website: www.confucian-daoist-millennium.net


 
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For every yin there is a yang
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Australia alone!...And illiterate
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Australia betrayed
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The NSW election and Australian democracy
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Prime Ministerial self-righteousness
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