It’s our second week in Hong Kong and first week of The Fund for American Studies’ (TFAS) Asia Institute for Political Economy (AIPE) program. Outside of the lecture theatres, we’re still immersed in the public
On the 6th of July, we arrived at Ben Gurion Airport, Israel. Treated like royalty, we were escorted through the airport by several security guards to rendezvous with Sherry Sufi, Chairman of the Western Australian
People, humidity and noodles are perhaps the most quintessential words to describe Hong Kong, a city on the move. The bright golden lights of its Skyline illuminate the aircraft as we descend into this megacity,
Loic Munso in front of the Belvedere Palace This week we visited Vienna and Berlin – two cities embellished in history, abundant in beauty, and significant contributors to intellectual thought. Arriving in Vienna on the
Over the past two years, Australia’s Reserve Bank (RBA) repeatedly suggested that the next movements in interest rates would be upwards, as the central bank initiates a move back to a “normalised” rate of interest.
On Friday the 21st of June, our soporific 17-hour direct flight to London from Perth ceased following the salutation of our pilot exclaiming, ‘Welcome to Heathrow Airport, London.’ Our feelings of exhaustion and dreariness immediately
FEECon 2019 Mannkal scholars, Melody Smout and Patrick Leclezio, with fellow FEECon attendees At FEECON 2019, hundreds of students and industry professionals gathered together to celebrate the power of free individuals to impact the world.
Week 1 in the Wild West by James Locke Mannkal’s Mid-Year 2019 Americas Study Tour began with all 10 students flying into Bozeman, Montana. We were kicking off our tour with The Property and Environment