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Shanghai Travel Diary: Day 2

The morning was gloomy and it was still raining a bit outside as a result of the typhoon. Breakfast at the hotel and the mystery sausage left me wondering if I should eat or not (I didn’t). 255 more words

Thoughts & Reflections

Shanghai Travel Diary: Day 3

Today was quite alright. We had a guest lecturer- Mr Chang from The Paper, China’s first web-only news outlet. After the lecture we had lunch around the corner and I was disappointed to get a soup with dumplings when I thought I ordered soup dumplings. 391 more words

Thoughts & Reflections

Shanghai Travel Diary: Day 1

Woke up at this beautiful hostel and I missed my friends from Spencer in Melbourne. My friend and I had a lovely meal and decent coffee in at the rooftop before heading out to our hotel with the rest of our mates from Melbourne Uni. 470 more words

Thoughts & Reflections

Review: Mantra Lounge

Recently I had lunch at Mantra Lounge in Carlton. The place is near Melbourne University. It was a cold day, so I needed to eat something warm, and the food pictures on the internet for this place looked like they served warm food. 144 more words

Restaurants

THE TWO LIBRARIES

LORD OF THE RINGS — A BOOK AND MUSIC STORY PART II — THE TWO LIBRARIES

Most of Australia’s population (then and now) cluster in the major cities, meaning that most of those aspiring to further education after secondary school do not, by necessity, need to live away from home. 1,210 more words

B) Seventies [1970 - 1979]

How the Good Intentions of a Left-Wing Economist Lead to Bad Results

By Con George-Kotzabasis May 19, 2016

The following is an unconsummated reply to professor Andrew Leigh’s lecture with the title, “Markets Monopolies and Moguls…” held at Melbourne University, on May 19, 2016. 668 more words

Politics

Save Strata!

Melbourne University has a fine tradition of acquiring, for very little cost, sculptures that are surplus to the requirements of Melbourne’s business world. Many architectural sculptures from the 19th Century “marvellous Melbourne” found new homes at Melbourne University. 368 more words

Melbourne