Immigrants are naturally assumed to gravitate to the political left. However, the marriage equality debate shows that conservatism needs to be questioned in minority cultures as much as everywhere else.
According to some, the reason why parents are taking their kids out of public schools is that they don’t want them next to immigrants. The reality is quite different.
Roanna Gonsalves’ book of short stories is a brilliant chronicle of migrant experiences, but is it better or worse for being limited to one tiny subset of the Indian community?
The phenomena that made President Trump lie at the feet of Kim Kardashian, Mark Zuckerberg and ourselves. Are we not entertained?
Successful children’s book author Susannah McFarlane discusses why she is conducting a book-writing workshop for children in disadvantaged communities.
The National Gallery of Victoria’s Simon Maidment speaks to TBS about Everyday Divine, Subodh Gupta’s exhibition showcasing a lesser-known side of India.
Westerners shouldn’t feel ashamed of practicing yoga in their own way, they should just be ok with Indians practicing it in theirs.
Do Warhol and Weiwei’s pithy one-liners further their art, or detract from it? – Chetna Prakash
Weiwei’s latest piece of performance art marks a shift in his relationship with the West, as Chetna Prakash explains.
With today marking both Australia Day and Indian Republic Day, Chetna Prakash has bore witness to the differing hangovers of colonisation.
Chetna Prakash digs into the childhoods of Warhol and Weiwei to search for the genesis of their artistic genius.
In this week’s installment Chetna Prakash examines what Warhol and Weiwei’s works tell us about their respective countries.
Chetna Prakash discusses how Andy Warhol & Ai Weiwei’s work helps us understand the evolution of media in the 21st Century.
In Chetna Prakash’s new segment, she will venture deep into the NGV’s Warhol/Weiwei exhibit to discover the differences and similarities of these two great artists.
Mum (and realist) Chetna Prakash has a tried and tested solution to democratically solve the whaling issue with Japan.
Chetna Prakash looks at how city-dwelling, coffee-sipping Australians can make good on the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Chetna Prakash was taken aback by Turnbull’s promises of change; it was the first time she heard positivity from an Australian Politician.
Yesterday Conrad Liveris said Dyson Heydon made the right choice to continue the Royal Commission. Today, brand new Australian citizen Chetna Prakash, initially puzzled by the Royal Commission fiasco, did some digging and discovered a sobering truth.
New Australian citizen Chetna Prakash reflects on the many places she has called home and the correlation between citizenship and identity.
Chetna Prakash disagrees with Guardian’s Jonathan Jones on the emptiness of the official royal christening photos, calling him to judge them on their own merits.
Chetna Prakash is ditching her slacktivist approach to combatting climate change and taking some direct action (no, not THAT kind of direct action…)
Our own Chetna Prakash meets with Balkan music virtuoso Nela Trifkovic as she de-mystifies a deeply rich and proud musical tradition.