The world’s biggest maker of telecommunications equipment is now a privately-owned Chinese company, Huawei (pronounced hwah-way), which reportedly surpassed the earnings of Ericsson and Cisco in the first half of 2012. The innovation and tenacity of China’s first global tech giant has seen it become a market leader over the past decade and bring a communications revolution to Africa. However, over the past year Western countries such as Australia and the US have called into question the company’s true motives, citing security concerns.
Now that we’re back at university proper let’s reflect on the people we met on our holiday adventures, and the ones we wished we hadn’t
James O’Doherty and Kira Spucys-Tahar sat at Taste and talked pretentiousness, privilege, and law-students with the cast of law-school web-series SYD2030.
Rob North reports on innovative uses of social media at Sydney University and conducts an interview, over Twitter, with Dr Richard Stanton.
Forcing the beat is contrived, writes John Gooding.
Lucy Watson tried to Filter ugly things to make them pretty
George Evans does the meth so you never, ever have to
Ludwig Schmidt would never insist you keep your passport on your person
Honi Soit editors, Jack Gow, Paul Ellis, and Bebe D’Souza make the pilgrimage to hipster Mecca.