"In the modern era, many people have come up with hare-brained ideas about how to change the world around us, and more recently, to 'settle’ new planets. I don’t know if that’s viable. But I think it’s the stuff of science fiction, rather than reality."
Chinatown is not a timeless exotic town square separated from the rest of Sydney. Rather, it is an institution shaped by people with diverse identities interacting with one another in Australia’s unique cultural landscape.
For the next time you need to take a massive shit at USyd.
Confucius suggests people need to practice Li, or act in accordance to the social standing they find themselves in. As a result, Li by nature is at odds with resisting the social order.
One building, decades of history.