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Blood and hair: Human bodily materials in the works of Wenda Gu...

Human blood, placenta and hair are materials used by artist Wenda Gu to explore issues of humanity, culture and identity. This essay examines four of Gu’s famous creations and the messages conveyed by the use of these bodily materials.

Blood and hair: Human bodily materials in the works of Wenda Gu
posted on: Nov 12, 2017 | author: Dennis Foung

An evaluation of the implementation of communal conservancies in Namibia...

The protection of endangered wildlife, such as lions, elephants and zebras, is an urgent issue in the African country of Namibia. While communal conservancies were established to promote sustainable natural resource management, what unintended impacts are these hunting and tourism activities having on the local community?

An evaluation of the implementation of communal conservancies in Namibia
posted on: Nov 12, 2017 | author: Dennis Foung

Editor’s Introduction

Issue 3 features fantasy and short stories, art and social critiques, analytical essays and a project proposal, which highlight the authors’ views, experiences, interests and curiosity. Readers are invited to explore the issue and appreciate the unique and compelling writing of 8 PolyU undergraduates.

Editor’s Introduction
posted on: Nov 15, 2016 | author: Inscribe Editor

Learning English in 3d

This argumentative essay considers language learning in virtual environments, debating the extent to which Second Life could help undergraduate students in Hong Kong universities improve their English language skills. Focusing on the precept that the digital space is a fluid platform which simulates the physical space, the author infuses personal experience during an English Language Centre subject exploration of Second Life in a writing practise session to investigate this issue.

Learning English in 3d
posted on: Nov 17, 2015 | author: Inscribe Editor