Category: Sydney/OZ

Australia Day 2013: Time for change !

I will mark Australia Day 2013 with this statement “Australia is still by far the luckiest country in the world”. Not to emphasize that it just happen Australia got some ridiculous amount of mineral which happen got their eager buyer who then keep the economy in positive note no, , not this time. Unfortunately, this year I need to emphasize to the sarcastic aspect of a “Lucky Country”. Let’s hear the whining….

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Vivid Sydney 2011: A Warm Night Out In Chilled City

Winter in Sydney is just mild. No snow. Just around 15°C mid day and 7°C at mid evening and feel colder on windy day. To welcome and warm up the winter, annually, we have a festival of light and music at an event called “Vivid Sydney”. Held at the famous Sydney Harbour, Circular Quay and The Rocks, for 2 weeks every evening, Sydneysiders and visitors enjoy the different view of Opera House and the surrounding…

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Airport Transfer Paradox: Go To Airport More Expensive Than Air Fare !

With the world of budget airlines growing, the cost to go to airport has sometimes already more expensive than the airline ticket itself. Sound funny, but it could give you a little bit frustration as little you can do about it – something that you don’t want to start with for your holiday. So better be prepare and laughing on the way to airport as sometimes hiring a stretch limousine to the airport a la celebrity is not that expensive at all !!

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Strong Female Leadership In Australia: An Empowerment for All

All women in Australia should be filled with proud and motivated that Australia has proved to the maximum that women empowerment is second to none. But on the other side of the coin, this remove one of the biggest “excuse” that women has not been given their fair share or being discriminated, etc. Meaning: a woman become a success or not, the result is only determine by herself – or in other words, if a woman is not selected for something, that’s not because she is a woman, but because the requirement (skill, quality, etc) is not up to the required level….

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“There is Nothing Like Australia” Ads – Lyric and More Detail-2010

Creating advertising campaign to sell Australia to the world maybe not so easy as anyone think. Like the latest “There’s Nothing Like Australia” campaign – 2010 version from Tourism Australia. It’s simple, catchy, straight to the point and quite representing what Australia what to offer. But just a few days after the release, you will not believe how sarcastic and abusive some people are. I personally like it and decided to give it a bit of boost.

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Living Cost in Sydney: 2010 Version

Australia is a lucky country. Not only due to abundant resources (Uranium & Mineral in particular), true multi cultural living, its blessed isolation but also for many other things. This has been a good attraction for people all around the world wanting to call Australia home. Sydney as the biggest city in Australia, is one of the first who fell the direct impact of that attraction. The effect of course mostly good, but some negative effect unfortunately need to be faced head on.

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Living Cost in Sydney: 2010 Version (2)

Australia is a lucky country. Not only due to abundant resources (Uranium & Mineral in particular), true multi cultural living, its blessed isolation but also for many other things. This has been a good attraction for people all around the world wanting to call Australia home. Sydney as the biggest city in Australia, is one of the first who fell the direct impact of that attraction. The effect of course mostly good, but some negative effect unfortunately need to be faced head on.

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The Fall of A Judge: The Arrogance Of Human Being

The story about The Honourable Marcus Einfeld – now a former Federal Court judge – reaches its conclusion this week. It contains a story about the arrogance nature of us as human being when it comes to our mistake within our domain. A mistake that proven become very expensive for Mr Einfeld, but also can hurt any of us if we did not learn from this experience. Let us see further why…

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Watching World Cup 2010 in Sydney !

Yes, it’s in June – July 2010 – 4 weeks of party!. My fellow Aussie, some, will ask “what world cup? which world cup?” – It’s quite sad but true, but at the moment, football (or soccer) is not that damn popular in here (Other kind of football which not dominantly handled by “foot” namely Aussie Rule and Rugby are more popular and all called football or “footy”). So, the answer of that question is: “It’s the world cup, the only world cup that bigger than Olympic, the real football world cup: 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa tm , mate !”

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