6 Cultural Discoveries in Australia

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     Apart from the beautiful landmarks and majestic sceneries in Australia such as the Opera House and the Great Ocean Road, it is so intellect-warming to form insights about Australia’s Culture. I know there would be a lot but here are our 6 Cultural Discoveries in Australia!

1.) Construction Sites Open for Public Viewing

        Walking around the streets of Melbourne, Canberra, and Sydney, I noticed that constructions sites (although walled) have these transparent glasses so passersby can see the construction works. I think setting up those transparent glasses make the projects’ integrity and genius open for public’s scrutiny.

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2.) Stainless loo

      Most of the public restrooms have stainless loos! And why not, the dirts do not stick so much on stainless; It is easy to clean; and stink less. Brilliant.

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3.) AI replacing jobs

      There are less staffs in most establishments as they use AI-machines as helpers. In the airport, it is my first time to get my airplane ticket thru  a machine. Is AI replacing some jobs- a boon or a bane?

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4.) They Call It The Bubbler

        Since kinder, I call it the water sprinkler. In Melbourne, they call it as the bubbler!

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5.) Most have artistic walls

     Around the streets of Melbourne, Canberra, and Sydney, I encounter artistic graffiti. Any Australian can get a permit from their government and give life to barren walls!

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Hosier Lane

 

6.) So drunkards can’t climb

Australians have a huge pub culture. Guess what–those metal sheets around those trees prevent drunkards climbing trees on alcohol weekends!

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2 comments

  1. Oh…I thought the stainless steel sheets on trees were to stop the possums climbing up. I will have to look for the perspex to see inside building sites.

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