As I expected the 40K program allowed me to experience first hand life in the developing world. After studying and reading papers concerning the ‘right to development’, ‘economic and social … Continue Reading Deepening my understanding of the developing world
As I boarded my flight on December 28, I was full of anticipation for the two months ahead of me. I had never travelled to India before and while I … Continue Reading The journey that was 40K
In the summer of February 2015 I travelled to the city of Bangalore, India as part of a group participating in the 40K Globe program. I arrived in India from … Continue Reading 40k Globe Program Bangalore
Check out Ellen’s video from their Global Short Program in India:
The first Bachelor of Creative Intelligence and Innovation (BCII) global studio is underway in Delhi, India. Studying at an MBA college the students are exploring social entrepreneurship as an emerging … Continue Reading BCII students in Delhi, India!
Hello from my computer! I have just arrived back from a three month project in India where myself and a team were designing and building a cycle rickshaw for young … Continue Reading Fixing wheels in India
Kolkata; affectionately known as the City of Joy, a pocket of the world that is home to the of poorest people residing in slums that line the streets, renowned for … Continue Reading Kolkata- ‘Kisses and Kuddles’
After a short tour, I headed down to Bangalore, down south of India. There I met all of the people I`m volunteering with [at 40K] and we went to our respective … Continue Reading In the plus pod
This video was made as part of the UTS Design Architecture and Building Faculty program for Fashion and Textiles supported by UTS:BUiLD in 2013.
Mumbai, a city of opportunities, excitement and relationships. From street vendors selling paan (betel leaf) and chatpata snacks, to fancy museums and temples exposing the strong history and mythology of … Continue Reading My Mumbai Moment
You ask me why its so busy and noisy on the streets of India? The answer lies on the back of every vehicle. ‘Horn OK Please’ is written on the … Continue Reading Horn Ok Please
‘Masala’ in Hindi means basic sauce or mixed spice powder. Simply, it is the base for any curry. If you add tomatoes, the curry will turn red; if you mix … Continue Reading Mumbai Masala