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Out of Africa, yet Africa within.

  Every journey back to Australia serves as a constant reminder of how much on the periphery this country is. The flight paths that link the country like tenterhooks all come from the old global peripheral locations in Asia and … Continue reading

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En la red de Difusión

Investigation: La televisión Española Television, as a medium of communication, is one of the most consumed of all the mediums, and one of in which the majority of the content is modified to suit the nationalised audience. As a student, … Continue reading

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São Paulo

Urban re-Emergence. São Paulo. ‘Dirty’, ‘Crowded’, ‘Violent’, ‘Slum ridden’,’Third World’, ‘Chaotic’, ‘Disorganised’ are just some of the frequent negative descriptions that seem to feature in most foreign media articles about South America’s largest metropolis. The effect of this no doubt … Continue reading

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Its a long and winding road.

The Morocco Diary Last August/September I spent the month hitch-hiking around Morocco. I took with me a small backpack, enough to fit two changes of clothes, a tin cup, a blanket and a scrapbook. Here are some of the excerpts … Continue reading

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