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Mengying Qin, an undergraduate student at the university of Melbourne, started her undergraduate language course at the university of Melbourne in December 2019. Since arriving in Melbourne, Mengying Qin often feels anxious and even suffers from insomnia […]
A determined and persistent knock on my kitchen’s window startles me as I try to work from my dining room. Not many Sydneysiders would be surprised to see a large white yellow-crested parrot inquisitively peeking […]
Social distancing orders in Australia are gradually being eased, meaning friends and families can reconnect in small groups for the first time in months. While this brings some relief from the loneliness of isolation, for […]
During the time of quarantine in Australia led by Covid-19, workplace shuttered, and most restaurants were closed. People in this time have an unprecedented amount of free time at home. Some of them may choose […]
The conflict between state media and mass media, the balance between positive and negative news, and more issues in news reporting that have always existed are exposed by the coronavirus. Now, she fully realised that […]
https://glumshoe.tumblr.com/post/617982353726488576/im-absolutely-blaming-doctors-who-insist-that-i While social media is not a peer-reviewed, science-based source for medical ethics, Tumblr user ‘glumshoe’ makes a great point about the requirements childfree people, particularly women, face in trying to get sterilisation. Why […]
Two months into the COVID-19 stay-at-home order, Jess Sheely says the most challenging aspect of this period has been being physically apart from friends and family. “There’s something about seeing people in person, being able […]