Realising the disconnect between themselves and the broader public, young people with Dissociative Identity Disorder and other multiplicity conditions have taken to YouTube to tell their stories.
by Michelle Sagredo and Aisha Hassan This story is intended for publication in Newsworthy One woman relaxes at the beach with her family and friends. They enjoy a boat trip on a warm spring day, dine at a hotel, and laugh at their kids who found out the hard way that the mini fridge snacks […]
Love In The New Way: How the Young Chinese Diaspora in Australia Use the Chinese Dating App to Find Love
By Angela Chui, Liying Huang 18 March 2019 Logging in the account to start swiping, matching with people to start chatting. Does it ring a bell? It’s a dating app! Certainly, the online dating method has become more diversified nowadays which provides people with an alternative way to find love. With the rise of Tinder, […]
By Jelena Zaric and Lawson Tanner Meet the group of young people sharing their knowledge on investment and trading with their peers… while making a few thousand dollars a week in the process. It’s a Thursday night in a dimly lit meeting room at Carnavon Golf Club in the Western Sydney suburb of Lidcombe. While […]