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Flat White

‘We can no longer tolerate what ails us, nor its remedy’

30 August 2021

4:51 PM

30 August 2021

4:51 PM

Earlier in my career, in a very different world, I lived in China. It was possible, then, to stand on Tian’anmen Square one day and on Bondi Beach the next. I often marvelled at how these two places could exist on the same planet. Soon after disembarking from my flight, I would often make a point of heading to our most iconic beach for a swim.

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