Month: December 2016
book review: asia on tour: exploring the rise of Asian tourism
Recently Steph had an article at Overland, A short history of the dangers of travel writing. This is a part of how she wants to write more about decolonising travel, and you’re going to be seeing more of that here on No Award. Today, a book review: Asia on Tour: Exploring the Rise of Asian Tourism, edited by Tim Winter, Peggy Teo and T.C. Chang.
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Or, how not to do regional promotion.
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We had a week off posting! But we are back now, and posting will continue through the end of year public holiday stretch. Mostly. Today’s music is The Northern Folk, an 11-piece indie group from Albury who Steph saw play at a festival last week.
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Because Melbourne is having some weather this week
No Award’s Official Gift-Giving Guide, 2016 edition
If you celebrate some kind of gift-exchange this season, here’s our handy annual guide to Things That People Might Like, Not That We’re The Boss Of You Or Anyone Else, We Just Thought It Might Help.
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environmental business at SWF + UWRF
Final instalment of Stephanie goes to UWRF + SWF! Today we’re talking environmental business, featuring activism, identity and the illegal wildlife trade; and sadly we’re not talking sand piracy.
How amazing is this cover? LIKE, SO AMAZING.