Like sand through the hourglass, this was another day in our lives. Well, seven. Tony Abbott got zinged, a Trump flunkie got sent to the slammer and a billionaire was murdered by schadenfreude. Standard.
This remembrance day, I suggest that we don’t honour the fallen digger, I believe that we should take a mental note of the responsible adults who sent them to die.
This morning, a report emerged castigating the behaviour of the SAS overseas. However, applying our rules to the world they face makes no sense.
Over the past 18 months, I’ve been inundated with 1,600 requests to perform in Miss Saigon. Yet still, as an Australian of Vietnamese descent, if you consider the industry whitewashed, I call it a tsunami.
As someone who served in Vietnam, the reaction to my service has changed markedly, but the future is away from the past.
With citizenship in the political discussion, Max Walden highlights the Vietnamese example as something to strive for.
Still traveling through Vietnam, Lachlan Marr recently stopped over at the tourist icon of Nha Trang and found some reasons to avoid it…
Lachlan Marr is currently in South East Asia, and while visiting Hoi An he sees a beautiful city beset by two foes: nature and ignorance.