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Green Tea And Honey With Muhammad Yunus

December 15, 2014

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If you’re passionate about ending poverty, then you might have heard of Professor Muhammad Yunus. He is the founder of the Grameen Bank, recipient of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize and the 1998 Sydney Peace Prize. But more importantly, he is a pioneer of microfinance who is now helping over seven million Bangladeshi women leave […]

Being a Sydney-sider again

June 30, 2013

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About a month ago I stood beneath the sails of the Sydney Opera House and watched the Vivid light show flicker across the Museum of Contemporary Art, the P&O Cruise Ship, and the soaring windows of surrounding skyscrapers. I feel pretty lucky to call this beautiful cityscape home. In the most recent Global Liveability Survey, […]

A Goldfish Point of View

July 12, 2010

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There are very few things more exciting than that suspense you get, anticipating a batch of freshly printed photos from a long forgotten camera film. As a rather impatient person, I generally don’t get too many thrills from waiting, but there is an exception to every rule, and this is mine. I discovered the film […]