The Dark Side of the Globe- The Globalisation of Cultural Communications

 Although globalisation has affected financial, political and technological channels of life, it is our communications that has been so dramatically changed that it is hard to see if it is benefited the global community or not. Our individual and cultural identities are rapidly evolving from the exposure we are now gaining from the expansion of … Continue reading The Dark Side of the Globe- The Globalisation of Cultural Communications

Forget Mexican, Embrace the Korean Wave: The Impact of K-Pop on Koreas Global Image

The Korean Wave (which literally means flow of Korea) has seen the rapid increase of interest within Korea’s culture in both neighbouring countries and many more across the globe, including Australia. "This new cultural trend also has a significant impact on the Korean economy through exports of its product and increased tourism. The number of … Continue reading Forget Mexican, Embrace the Korean Wave: The Impact of K-Pop on Koreas Global Image

English or Australian? International Students Guide to the Land Down Under

There is an ongoing joke that within your first semester of university you will be sitting on the grass with all of your new multicultural friends. Often there is a follow up of that joke “Six months into Uni and haven’t sat in a circle with my multicultural friends yet…” Why is it so difficult … Continue reading English or Australian? International Students Guide to the Land Down Under