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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 we distract ourselves with, and maybe even avoid, the ongoing...

UN launches campaign to change migrant narratives in Australia

The United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights launched the ‘MyGreat Story’ campaign in Potts Point, Sydney on September 14. In partnership with Love Franky and Google News Initiatives, the event...

All shades of shame

The stories of migrants in Australia who managed to subdue the defiant English language On the eve of the federal election, I was chosen as one of three SBS Radio journalists to record a telephone interview...

The Last Memory: Songbolin Street

With Tongan city's last ancient street now obsolete, its reconstruction sparks controversy between generations.  Huaping Ye slows down his bicycle speed as he crosses the new asphalt road in Tongan's city centre. At the intersection,...

Review: Unfriend the Algorithm, Antidote Festival

Should government step in to protect us from Big Social Media? Leading communications expert Ed Coper joined former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull last Sunday to discuss the dangerous consequences of disinformation prevalence and algorithm bubbles. Hosted...

Music industry crawls back to life

Will Barling sits in his home recording studio surrounded by audio equipment. One half of the studio is taken up by three enormous clothing racks filled with opulent and grungy garments, an extensive wardrobe...

Sydney’s city farming inspires lifestyle choices

A community food forest: Sydney's pocket city farming leads people to rethink their lifestyle Jackson Lucia and his six-year-old daughter stop at the street verge outside a community garden hidden in Sydney’s inner western suburbs,...

Beijing alleyway temples transformed

It is not so much for their age that the temples in Beijing’s hutongs make a claim upon people’s hearts. The value emanating from their beauty, peace, and tranquility wonderfully renews and changes a...

More than skin deep

An increasing number of Australians are wearing their hearts on their sleeves, but they are still being misunderstood Sporting blonde close-cropped hair and silver teeth grills, tattoo artist Timothy Cooper lifts up his vintage band...

Eastern Reflections: Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Ukraine war

The war in Ukraine has brought to centre stage the current state of both the European and global political landscape. A dynamic not seen since the Cold War, alliances have been brought to light. The...

International students in Sydney stranded in post-Covid rental market

International students are finding life in Sydney difficult - when they finally enter Australia, they struggle finding a place to live When I arrived at the apartment building, there was a line of people extending...