Go Loco for St. Coco Cafe!

‘OMG, can you not? Anyone could tell you’re from Logan,’ my friends admonish every time I do something even remotely bogan.

But luckily, things have gotten a whole lot classier around here thanks to St. Coco Cafe who turned 1 today!

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‘”Sun Tzu-ing” a cheater

Recently, a close friend of mine found out her partner was cheating on her during their long term relationship. And that was pretty shit.

As everyone knows, loving those close to you means that you feel their pain as well, and it was horrible to see her so hurt and betrayed. For security reasons, I won’t name names, but the cheater (who will be referred to from now on strictly through male pronouns) knows who he is.

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With so many bread-and-patty joints out there to satisfy our burger urges and quench our need for something Grill’d, it’s hard to find any one place in Brisbane that truly stands out.

But alas, the burger gods have answered my prayers, and sent me to the heart of the Brisbane CBD where one beef burger bistro beats them all.

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Go where the locals go: the best Yum Cha restaurants Brisbane has to offer!

Hi readers!

There is really nothing I enjoy more than a lazy Sunday lunch with my family or friends, and Yum Cha (飲茶) restaurants make for the perfect setting. Originating from China (specifically Cantonese regions such as Guangdong and Hong Kong), Yum Cha is traditionally a lunchtime occurrence where people choose delicious steamed food from trolleys to eat together and drink tea. Due to Australia’s diverse population and multiculturalism, Yum Cha soon spread to Brisbane and now everyone can try it!

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The memories I created and the places you should visit in Japan

Japan!

This beautiful nation which gave us sushi, karaoke and Pokémon was the place I got to spend an amazing two weeks discovering during the summer (or should I say winter?) holidays only a few weeks back. It was here that I also forge what will definitely be lifetime memories with my sister as we explored Japan’s Honshu island, which I can best describe as feeling uniquely old and new, east and west, and big yet small all at the same time!

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Post #1

Hello new readers!

After many nights and days debating with myself, and with much encouragement from friends and family, I finally decided to push away my misgivings and start my own blog. For a little over a year now I had been struggling with the idea of writing my own blog as I felt I had very little to contribute, especially after seeing all the amazing blogs my fellow friends at uni and elsewhere had begun. But as a journalism student who recently turned 19, I realised that time was getting away from me, and if I didn’t start a blog now, then I never would! Continue reading “Post #1”

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