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Why do they bully?

Why do they bully? What's the point of it? What can we do to stop it?

Meghan Markle

Who is Meghan Markle and why I think she is a change we need.

Interview #4: Voices of Artists-Non-Zero-One

Last weekend, I joined the National Theatre’s workshop hosted by Non-zero-one, which is specialising in an ‘interactive performance’. Their concept is simple; to guide people into exploring our everyday-life with technology, such as…

Interview#3: The Voices of Manchester

Last week, I went on a day trip to Manchester with my interest in the history of its original industrial development and art. Through exploring landmarks and listening to voice of a well-known tour guide and music venue’s staffs, I understood…

Interfaith Summit 2017 Review

The interfaith Summit on November 16, 2017 looked to intertwine various individuals of a wide array of religious backgrounds. There, in a small complex located in Shadwell, these individuals coalesced into a mass in order to engage with each…

Interview#2: The Voices of Volunteers in LONDON

When walking around in London, you may stumble upon many charities and volunteer activities, such as fund-raising, from shopping streets to train stations. This week, I hunted the voices of people who volunteer. Charities in London are…

The Line Between Feminism and Coercion

Ofsted is questioning young girls wearing hijabs. Is this promoting equal rights or coercion?

Australia said I do!

On Wednesday the 61.6% of the Australian population voted to allow same-sex marriages, as the Australian Bureau of Statistics said, with only the 38.4% voting against. Around 12.7 millions of people voted across the country through a two-month…

Interview: The Voices of Markets

People who are looking forward to Christmas have already started to go to markets since last weekend in London. November 11th, I visited three markets to collect stories of the products and listen to the voices of the traders. 1, Borough…

Oxford Scholar Becomes Latest Suspect

These past weeks have come as a revelation of disappointment and shock for the general public with the amount of big-name exposures. What recent events have shown is to always stay alert for there are always two sides of a coin. Just because…