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Artistic

If the walls could stalk
Kentaro Yoshida was born and raised in the fishing village of Toyama, Japan. In 2004, aged 18, he moved to Australia to learn English, how to surf and eventually design at the University of Technology Sydney. His pastel-toned, hand-painted murals grace the walls of the AGNSW entrance court during the exhibition Japan supernatural. Kentaro Yoshida's parade of monstrous Yokai characters come to life with when viewing it via the Artivive app. Watch a short video of the artwork come to life here https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=737019513454674
10th February 2020 by make-happen 0 Comments
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Not for Profit

Helping those in need while fighting fashion waste
Did you know that 1/3 of produced clothing stock is dead stock and therefore cannot be sold? Or that 13% of Australia's population is below poverty? Thread Together is an organisation that solves the problem of fast fashion waste by giving back to the community. They take unused clothing and shoes from high-quality Australian fashion retailers and deliver it to less fortunate people who are in need, while saving new clothing from going directly to landfill. https://www.threadtogether.org/
5th August 2019 by shaina-barrag... 0 Comments
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Wellbeing

Location, Location, Location
Where else to have 4 shelves of deodorizers for your car than the reception area of a car wash? There's a captive audience of people who not only own cars, but they've spent money for a wash - in this case a minimum of $25. What a clever idea to have literally hundreds of choices of deodorizer to tempt you while you wait!
20th August 2017 by sabrabrock 0 Comments
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https://youtu.be/T5GuV074yS0

 
11th February 2020 by Prof.(Dr.) Sa... 0 Comments
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https://www.sbs.com.au/news/chinese-school-principal-breaks-internet-with-dance-move?cid=newsapp:socialshare:email

 
1st February 2019 by IdeaSpies 0 Comments
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Wellbeing

“True optimism is based on an unwavering conviction in our innate human potential.”
Daisaku Ikeda, Buddhist philosopher, and President of the Soka Gakkai International lay Buddhist movement on Optimism.Some really interesting Buddhist thinking we have reproduced on The Centre for Optimism website https://www.centreforoptimism.com/DAISAKU/
11th February 2020 by VictorPerton 0 Comments
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