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Consumer Behaviour in Action: The story behind the cover

Consumer Behaviour in Action, published in January 2015, was nominated for Best Designed Educational Tertiary Book at the 63rd Australian Book Design Awards, and we are proud to announce the book won its category. 380 more words


Oxford wins at the 2015 Australian Book Design Awards

The 63rd Australian Book Design Awards were held in Sydney on Friday 22nd May. Three Oxford titles were nominated across two categories:

We are proud to announce that Oxford won both categories with… 124 more words

General Interest

Recuerdos de Monrovia: History of Mexican Americans

By Susie Ling[1]


Monrovia is nestled in the northeast corner of Los Angeles County against the San Gabriel Mountains. With land from Rancho Santa Anita and Rancho Azusa de Duarte, Monrovia became the fourth oldest general law city in Los Angeles County when it incorporated in 1887. 7,642 more words


History of African Americans in Monrovia

On Maple Avenue: Dorinda Parker, Jessica Blount, Christine Hall and Arlene Fisher in 1930s

– by Susie Ling

History, despite its wrenching pain, cannot be unlived, but if faced with courage, need not be lived again.               4,380 more words


Thank You, Carr Family

Originally printed in Rafu Shimpo, 21 November 2014

Thank You, Carr Family

by Susie Ling

California history has two faces. The racism that put Japanese Americans behind barbed wire in World War II and segregated African Americans, Jews, and Latinos for decades seems unbelievable. 823 more words


Hace unos años, dentro de mi grupo de amigos surgió la maña de hacer oraciones según la siguiente estructura:

Sergio es alguien que me gusta llevar cursos con. 640 more words


Daily Attendance: Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Episode Twenty-Nine

It’s a strange moment when one of the best scenes in an action anime is a group of guys sitting around a table. The Elric brothers are escorted by Envy to meet with Wrath (King Bradley), who is already in the middle of speaking with Roy Mustang. 353 more words