Monthly Archives: February 2012

Surry Hills / 2010

(Interviewer: H. Renwick, Photos: V. Kravchenko) Surry Hills, one of Sydney’s inner-city suburbs, engenders many misconceptions, or conceptions. Phaedra Wilson, who moved to Bourke Street just over three years ago, is loving life here. ‘It’s a ten minute walk to the … Continue reading

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The Dictionary of Sydney

Can I just say that The Dictionary of Sydney is really neat.

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Sydney of Yesteryear

This is a look-back on a typical Sydney week in the 1960s. Charming yet a little disturbing. How much has changed? The private school uniforms haven’t – surprise surprise! Even though trains here are called ‘electric trains’, the transport portrayed … Continue reading

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Sydney Sushi

Sydneysiders love efficient trains I feel like bringing up Sydney sushi. Maybe this is an asian instinct of mine. And yes, we all know sushi is Japanese specifically (Japanese probably stole it from the Chinese, as per usual) but asians of the future aren’t … Continue reading

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