Cultures of TikTok in the Asia Pacific

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Dr Crystal AbidinProf Michael Keane, and the Centre for Culture and Technology at Curtin University hosted a virtual symposium on Cultures of TikTok in the Asia Pacific in December 2020. This event was a critical forum for cutting edge research on TikTok, the globally influential short video platform that has captivated international attention and made headlines over the past two years. In particular, this event focused on the cultures of TikTok (including but not limited to the platform, players, and politics) throughout the Asia Pacific Region.

This half-day virtual symposium took place via Zoom on 7 December 2020 featuring presentations from thirty contributors from around the world and a keynote delivered by Associate Professor Haiqing Yu (RMIT). 

Watch recordings of the symposium talks here.

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This event was supported by the MCASI Creative-Critical Imaginations Seed Fund at Curtin University, Professor Michael Keane, and the Australian Research Council.