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Thailand: Holiday Destination of Food, Fun & Culture

There are plenty of worthy Asian countries to visit such as Japan and Hong Kong….but who could have guessed that an Asian country such as Thailand could probably be THE ultimate tourist destination? I, Susan, shall take you on a short whirlwind trip around Thailand’s Bangkok and Pattaya…. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Whether it … Continue reading

Review: Cyrus rocks her Gypsy Heart in Sydney

After stopping in Brisbane and Melbourne, it was finally Sydney’s turn to see teen pop-sensation Miley Cyrus perform live at Acer Arena (June 26-27th) as part of her Gypsy Heart tour. Selling almost 20, 000 tickets for every Aussie show, Cyrus proves that she still has a strong fanbase of die-hard fans despite recent ‘racy’ … Continue reading

Goliath: The World’s ‘Dwarfsome’ Strongman

Whether it is swallowing eighteen swords in one go, or lying on a bed of sharp forks, there is nothing that freak performers love more than making people squirm. But proving that even the smallest guys have ambitions, ‘freak’ talents, and also a big heart of gold, we sat down with Jeremy Hallam (also known … Continue reading

Just4Girlz – Magazine Covers

If it’s not obvious enough, I am passionate about kids’ magazines. They are more than just forms of ‘entertainment’ — They are artworks. If you look past the glossy cover and colourful pages, they contain news, jokes, DIY activities, advices, and toys….you can see why kids enjoy them so much. While that dream of working … Continue reading

Growing Up: Your age is just a number

Once upon a time, getting older was actually exciting. When you were seven years old, you wanted to ‘grow up’, wishing that you could one day become a doctor, fire-fighter, FBI agent, or even a superhero. At sixteen, you were able to get your Learners. At 18, not only were you at uni, studying for … Continue reading

Celebrities are NOT role-models– they’re humans too!

Raising children can be difficult. Parents are constantly questioning and complaining about the things that have a negative influence on children. This ranges from toys and video games for being too violent, TV and computers for being major distractions from their studies, and social-networking sites for encouraging procrastination. If we put all of this aside, … Continue reading

Live, love, laugh, learn

 This article can also be found here –> Live, Love, Laugh, Learn  Have you ever wished that you could turn back time, relive a few certain moments of your life, or perhaps want to live like a kid again? Back when I was a child, I remember things were so much simpler. I mean, the … Continue reading

Opinion Article: Where FAMOUS (magazine) meets Journalism Ethics&Practices

According to its description on the Pacific Magazine’s site, FAMOUS is created with ‘today’s popular-culture obsessed, and shopping addicted, young females in mind’. FAMOUS, a weekly celebrity news magazine, is well-known for its jaw-dropping  eye-catching covers, and its dedication towards the latest in fashion, shopping, beauty, and of course, celebrity gossip. It boasts the latest gossip on Hollywood’s new stars and … Continue reading

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