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Let’s talk about living in a different country than your partner.

When I was a child I dreamed of the perfect person for me, and that when I and that perfect person found each other the whole world would fall into place. 509 more words


Dear technology, please could you stop being so needy | Rebecca Nicholson

TV dramas such as Black Mirror and Westworld might be scaring us with a dystopian vision of technology, but the real problem is that Facebook is too chirpy, fitness apps fuss over our food intake, and our browsers bombard us with targeted ads I love a television show that makes people talk, and

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Melbourne: 14th Oct - 21st Oct

Day 1: Brr it’s cold down here!

After a dragged out delay and eventually leaving Singapore two hours later than expected, we finally arrived in Melbourne bright and early on Saturday morning. 1,043 more words

Travel Blog

In Harmony

In war, have mercy. True warriors do
not carry arms. True fighters do not get
angry. Those who wish to win should
not be contentious. This is being in… 21 more words


Just the Ticket

Up early creating a prop for our Youth Panel Film we’re making with Lowewood Museum. Or up early playing with STAEDTLER pencils, sharpeners, and bits of paper…

Film Making

Bandar Lampung House Tour

— By Sarahann Yeh —

I live in a small, neon green house nestled in the outskirts of Bandar Lampung city on Sumatra island. On my street, homes are painted bright blue, pink, yellow, and daring orange. 363 more words


Public perception of the landscape?

I thought that it would be interesting to talk to a couple of friends who didn’t study archaeology to gauge their opinions of how the landscape would be of interest to themselves, and to see if there were certain parts of archaeology which could bridge the gap between archaeologists and the public. 783 more words