Before The Typewriter project, Benjamin worked as a speechwriter for a British politician, an editor for the UN Refugee Agency, a Staffer at the Embassy of Afghanistan to Australia and a political commentator for a local newspaper in the UK. Recently, he bought a new espresso maker. Currently, he is trying to finish his combined degree in Law (focusing on international law and human rights) and International studies (specialising in international business) in Sydney, Australia.
Where to Grab Brunch? Orto Trading Co., Sydney
65 Politicians who’ll oppose marriage equality in Australia
Singapore’s oppression: the detention of teenager Amos Yee
11 reasons why you should avoid Vivid Sydney
Late night binge-eating with The Typewriter
UK General Election Explained in 6 Pictures
Dim Sums Explained: The Typewriter Yum Cha guide
Macallan 18 is becoming a relic of the past, but why?
Photos: La Perouse in Grey
Big Tobacco tries to belittle John Oliver… and fails
Photo Essay: Hong Kong’s Boutique Wet Market
Valentines Day: last minute gift ideas for the forgetful
#imstickingwithtony: Top Tweets
Dawkins reads more religious hate-mail
Taylor Swift denied spot in Australia Day’s Hottest 100 list
Hong Kong: Wealth inequality is at all time high
Opinion: Censorship, common sense and free will
Letter from the Editor-in-Chief: In wake of the Paris attack
Why are governments ganging up on Uber?
Year in Review: Top 10 Typewriter Articles of 2014
Year in Review: Top 10 Gadgets of 2014 (Sarcasm alert)
Opinion: ‘The Interview’ cancelled by Sony, is this the end?
Opinion: What next for the Common Sense Papacy?
A Hijab, a KKK hoodie and a helmet are not the same
Skylight review: Carrey Mulligan shines in the West End
Mr Abbott, if you want a religious war, there is one here too
Australia in Afghanistan: 12 years of futile efforts
The billionaires of Hong Kong currently own 76.4% of the city’s total assets, compared to 4.2% in China, 20% in Russia and 13.9% in the United States.
For over a decade since the 9/11 terrorist attack in the United States, Australia has been heavily involved in the military efforts against insurgents in Afghanistan.
Dialogue is not just the amplification of sounds, it is the channel in which thoughts are exchanged and minds are connected, and the liberty of thought and the freedom to be a bigot have a very fine line of common sense in between.
On Tuesday, the religious world was left in shock and awe when Pope Francis gave a statement which does not criticise the Big Bang Theory or Evolution, but in fact acknowledges it.
A garden setting which provides classic dishes with a fresh twist, Orto Trading is surely a place one must visit for food, esp. vegetarians.
It is time to know the names of the Australian politicians who oppose any changes to the definition of marriage in the country.
Our Editor in Chief speaks out against Singapore after Amos Yee, the 16 year old blogger is found guilty, sentenced and put behind bars.
Vivid Sydney: The light festival which so many residents are excited about. You have 4 days left to check it, but then why? For a lit-up Pig?