My final artefact for #BCM320, detailing my experience of trading on the stock markets in the People's Republic of China.
So far, my autoethnographic account of navigating and trading on the stock markets in Shanghai and Hong Kong (via a share market simulator, I should make clear from the outset) has so far explored the alien nature of these markets compared to my limited experience with both the Sinophone world and the international financial sector. … Continue reading Analysing a Narrated Experience – China’s Stock Markets
Since March, I've started investing in shares on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). I figure that it offers me just as much (if not more) stability and better returns than my pitiful amount of superannuation, plus I can research exactly where my money is going. Sure, it's risky, but my research and luck have served me … Continue reading Speculative Science! Autoethnography and China’s Stock Market
It is a crying shame that I haven't had the pleasure of watching Akira (1988) until this week - when students undertaking this subject last year viewed it, my understanding of the film was so lacking that I likened it to Tron, purely because both had cool motorbikes. I've also previously dismissed anime as being limited … Continue reading Autoethnography and Akira
Honda's 1954 Godzilla is a fantastic film, but I couldn't help but politicise it.