What is the proper name for a sausage in bread when bought before or after voting at an election? How many packets of Tim Tams should you pack if you’re visiting friends overseas? Explain the difference between it’s and its. List your favourite Australian foods and explain why. Is China friend or food? Which is […]

So, it’s been a while. I can’t believe it’s already the second week of March – though I guess if I look back on what I’ve done so far this year, I… can. I’ve been doing a lot of writing. A LOT. It was the point of stepping back from studying, but it’s still a […]

If you know me in real life, you’re probably sick of me harping on about this, but I’m going to go ahead and do it anyway. Pre-orders have dropped for Pencilled In, my magazine-baby. It’s chock full of amazing art by some extraordinarily talented Asian Australian artists, and I’m so proud that Rachel and I […]

I’m usually not one for new year’s resolutions, but I’m entering the first year of my adult life without any kind of solid plan, which is freaking me out to no end. (The first of January isn’t even the *proper* new year, because everyone knows Chinese/Lunar New Year is what actually matters, but I will […]

Here we are again, me and you, talking about issues of race, and the problematic political party that is One Nation. Today, I present to you Shan Ju Lin, One Nation’s candidate for Bundamba. Read more about it here, but essentially, Lin defends the comments Pauline Hanson made twenty years ago about Australia being “swamped […]