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Chau Chak Wing Museum. A museum of art, science, history and ancient cultures on the University of Sydney campus, New South Wales. Picture: David James

So, what does a 19th century helmet made from a pufferfish have to do with a Usyd business course?

On the surface, it’s hard to imagine what a 19th century helmet made from dried pufferfish skin and plant fibre could offer a postgraduate business student. 

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