Tag: Culture

International Reconnaissance

old film

Back in my day, when internet speed was measured in kilobytes and the closest thing to Netflix was a Blockbuster store down the road, finding international films were no where near as easy to find compared to our modern day lives. Growing up in Australia with a Polish household, bootleg TV series were passed around

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Love Letter To Poland

polish winter

Being born as a first-generation Australian meant that my childhood was filled with traditions different to my Aussie classmates and my out-of-school activities weren’t your typical sport training and music lessons (although I did learn the piano growing up, with a Polish teacher of course). Instead, I learnt traditional Polish dancing which I would be

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In Full Bloom

Japanese Garden

Every year the people of Sydney are lucky enough to experience the beautiful site of cherry blossoms blooming under the winter sun. Wanting to see them with my very own eyes, I headed out to the Auburn Botanic Gardens to catch a glimpse of these bright flowers where they also had some Japanese culture on

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