Seeing is Believing: Why Representation Matters

As representation continues to be a hot-button issue across all mediums, it can be difficult to see the non-politicised side of the picture. While...

Covid, coups and learning to cope

It’s safe to say that we were feeling very sorry for ourselves as we pulled out of our driveway and turned onto the main...

The Talking Dead: Latin lives on

The subject of Latin will no longer be offered as an elective at North Sydney Boys High School. What a revelation. What a stir-up. What...

Asian artists bridge divide post-pandemic

Asian artists Chris Yee and Joy Li are using art to help Asian Australians build a sense of identity and stronger ties with the...

Aversive racism: Are you ready for it?

My timid 15-year-old self is standing behind an industrial looking checkout and conveyor belt, tapping my foot to the sounds of Mariah Carey’s "All...

A New Narrative: curatorship and the gallery

It's a warm Sunday in October, and I’m visiting the Art Gallery of NSW. The loud hustling of the city outside is replaced by...

Welfare reform aims to build on human rights

A Greens Party plan to pull all Australians above the poverty line includes $88.7billion more for low-income workers. The Australian government's biggest indexation rises in...

Infinite Culture

Welcome to Infinite Culture. Here, you can listen to the Cantonese dialect and learn about its unique culture. I hope you find yourself relaxing...

Art animates international relations

Cartoons and animations are painting a picture of how to heal the deterioration in bilateral relations between Australia and China. This year marks 50 years...

The Golden Childhood

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Spectral Ecology: What if extinction isn’t the end?

We walk, as a procession of ants, through the thick understory of the critically endangered Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub. The gleam of our head...

Staying crocwise runs both ways

There’s nothing like a climate-controlled car for forgetting what real heat feels like, even in the ten-minute drive from our motel to Chinaman Dam,...

Wonderlust: You should just go!

There is a place where all cultures coexist. There is a place where the most beautiful landscapes share a space. There is a home...

Galactically Good Eats: A Guide to Interdimensional Degustation

Join our steadfast restaurant reviewer, putting their mind and body at risk to bring you the best places to eat across the galaxy. Galactically Good...

Radio Silence

Three young Singaporean soldiers were out patrolling for an overnight training mission on 'Pulau' Tekong Island when something unexplainable stopped them right in their...

The hidden melody of culture

Wonder why the podcast title is The Hidden Melody? This piece explores one of the World Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity – Nha Nhac,...

The way we make decisions

There’s more to decision-making than meets the eye. In The Way We Make Decisions, Leo Su explores the hidden biases and heuristics that influence...

Coming out of the Deep Blue

‘Coming out of the Deep Blue’ is a feature piece in which Laura reflects on the experience of coming out, the physiological toll of...

Military Brat

‘Military Brat’ is a feature piece in which Isabelle reflects on her personal experience as a ‘military brat’ with a refreshed curiosity. Through interviews...

Fashion goes digital chic

More luxury fashion brands are tapping into the cryptocurrency craze in what one Sydney fashion editor has described as a digital-led "revolution". Legacy luxury fashion...

China’s Zero-Covid policy causing pain

Small businesses are struggling under China’s zero-Covid policy, another hit on global supply chains in the post-COVID era. China represents 12 per cent of global...