If food waste were a country, it would have the third highest carbon footprint behind China and the US
Blue can still go green—with the help of the market
Tax-free gains on property should not be the natural order of things
Reading about ancient Chinese poetry led me into a way of seeing things that I hadn't been aware of before
"I keep this book in the smallest room, a place of solitude where contemplation of one’s own mortality is wont to arise"
"It was like a rite of passage—one that got me thinking about relationships between languages, about how they evolve, change and borrow from each other"
Whoever slipped the copy of that book to me at Nelson Thomlinson Grammar School that summer set me on a path
Finding the book again reminded me of the sheer joy of curiosity, adventure and discovery
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Prospect Team / November 13, 2018