The Winter Reading List

Top 5 Books to Beat the Winter Brain Freeze 1. The Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri  This collection of short stories explores nine unrelated lives as a detailed analysis of the human psyche. Lahiri’s simplistic, yet elegant, writing style creates emotions that could only be felt by experience.            …

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Hybridity – What does This Mean to You?

  The purpose of this article is to break-down the notion of ‘hybridity’ and in turn highlight the pertinency of this word in YOUR day to day life. Imagine this… Our parents have come far and wide from a native land with morals and ethics that function best within that specific country and into a completely new diaspora where…

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Soulmates

I know your thinking about Romeo and Juliet, Gabriella and Troy…all those epic love stories when I say the word soul mate. For me though I believe my soul mate is not my lover but my best friend. My best friend has been through it all, she has held me while I cried shaking uncontrollably,…

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Top 10 places you MUST visit in New Zealand

New Zealand is a small country made up of a North and South Island with approximately over 4.5million people living in it. The country is widely known for its spectacular landscapes, vast mountain ranges, steaming volcanoes and beautiful beaches. It’s a wonderful place for thrill seekers and for people that absolutely love adventure. People also…

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The Definition of ME! Who am I?

You are who you are! I get many DM’s on Instagram that tell me “‘You are perfect”, “You’re so beautiful I wish I was like you”, this is all so sweet and flattering for me. But, in the adolescent ages, many females and males underestimate their potential and beauty. We are all humans, we all…

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Recipes For South Asians Abroad: Student’s Edition

Are you a college student or do you live alone and away from your family? Do you get tired of eating out and miss home-cooked food? I’ve got the best solution for you to get amazing dishes right in the comfort of your dorm/home. Just follow these simple recipes and you’ll be able to cook…

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Embrace your culture!

@_mehwishh_ Born and brought up in Australia – but 100% Pakistani at heart. Don’t get me wrong though, — 11 year old me would never pridefully admit that.  Australia has come a far way in accepting and respecting cultures.  It has one of the most culturally and linguistically diverse populations in the world.               …

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