features, World

Fidel Castro – Sinner or Saviour?

I was lying in my bed in the morning, scrolling through my social media feeds as per usual, when I discovered that Fidel Castro had passed away. Now this was not one of those David Bowie moments where you are minding your own business (i.e. peacefully reading on the bus), and suddenly the whole world […]

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U.S. Presidential Lottery 2016 – The End Is Near

I was on my second double gin and tonic when I started thinking about the U.S. election. Finally after this long, divisive and acrimonious election cycle, we were only days away from the end of the most hyped U.S. presidential campaign in history. It was only two weeks before Election Day when the media began […]

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798 Art Zone Beijing

When you think of Beijing in China, art is not usually the first thing that comes to mind. However, 798 Art District, also known as Dashanzi, in Beijing is evidence that this is a deeply cultural city that should not be underestimated. The district was built during the 1950’s as a Bauhaus style factory site designed […]

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