I'am a freelance writer living at the moment in Sydney.I believe that each limit hides a new creation, therefore I am hunting the limits. I am interested in finance and economics, monetary reform and the psychology of society.
The ocean is a mysterious place, inhabited by secret animals, it hides a magic world. Indeed, the ocean speaks to whom is able to listen its voice, and tell him its own stories. Since the ocean unifies distant lands and people, the stories that he likes to tell are of adventures, discoveries, and love. Indeed, the Ocean loves to tell stories about the meeting of the known with the unknown. The Pacific Islanders were able, throughout the centuries, to listen the ocean's voice and the story they listened to flew throughout the pacific region.
On the 8th of October seven speakers at the University of Sydney will cover topics such as the gold mining in Papua New Guinea, ancient and modern Kava practices of Vanuatu and Fiji, Polynesian voyagers to Europe, Oratory traditions of Samoa, and the West Papuan freedom movement.
There will be activities for children and a BBQ lunch.