“We Change the World” is an interactive all ages art exhibition at The Ian Potter Centre at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) in Melbourne, Australia. Visitors are invited to explore how art and design can inspire positive change, and are encouraged to think about how they as individuals have their own potential to create change.
Everyone’s got goals. For some, it may be excelling professionally, paying off their student loan, or buying a house. For others, it is travelling from Paris, France to Shenzhen, China, on the border with Hong Kong by bicycle. Basile Verhulst tells us what he’s learnt from his 16 month-long cycling adventure.
Amidst all the commotion, Taiwan often goes unnoticed. Emily Wu, Founder of podcast startup, Ghost Island Media sat down to tell us how she intends for that to change.
GagaOOLala, Asia’s first LGBT-focused streaming platform, has launched worldwide. We spoke to founder Jay Lin about queer representation in Asia.
Australian-based crowdsourcing platform She’s A Crowd reveals a never-before-seen glimpse of the violence and harassment women and girls experience in cities worldwide. We sat down with CEO Zoe Condliffe who is spearheading the call to action in making our cities safer.
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