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Vote 1: D1 and D2

Vote 1: D1 and D2

W H ChongNov 27, 2014

Duh and Doh. Dull and Duller. Drab and Drabber. The choices are sad. (Though, according to the Age, it's our own fault that we haven't got aspirants with "genuine answers and visions".)

Abbott's Cabinet: No, no, we are not feminists!

Abbott’s Cabinet: No, no, we are not feminists!

W H ChongOct 30, 2014

Australia's only female minister is fully supported by Cabinet colleagues in her message to the people.

Last chance to see the naked Greek dudes

Last chance to see the naked Greek dudes

W H ChongOct 30, 2014 1

A philosopher, a discus thrower and an erotic couple enter a room. Yes, it's the British Museum at the Bendigo Gallery. Last days! Do yourself a favour!

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Homage to Gough, RIP

Homage to Gough, RIP

W H ChongOct 21, 2014

An homage to the giant of our times, E.G. Whitlam.

Whisson of Oz, the Great and Powerful

Whisson of Oz, the Great and Powerful

W H ChongOct 17, 2014

A show of recent pictures by our greatest living painter, Ken Whisson.

The Good, the Boyd and the Ugly (Arthur Boyd@NGA)

The Good, the Boyd and the Ugly (Arthur [email protected])

W H ChongOct 13, 2014

Unfashionable, ugly, out of time. No worries, Arthur Boyd will still be towering there when we're ready to return to him.

Tony Abbott's

Tony Abbott’s “hate” speech: why “they” hate “us”

W H ChongSep 23, 2014 1

Don't hate us. We were born this way.

Joan London's moving novel,

Joan London’s moving novel, “The Golden Age”

W H ChongSep 15, 2014

Jim Morgan reads Joan London's "The Golden Age" and is moved to recall a time when polio loomed in every life.

Double Vision: Looking (Twice) and Thinking About Art

Double Vision: Looking (Twice) and Thinking About Art

W H ChongAug 21, 2014

Stop! Look again . . . I have co-curated a show about misreading, or double takes. And painting lives on in Hipland.

Australian Young Neanderthals Recruitment Poster

Australian Young Neanderthals Recruitment Poster

W H ChongAug 12, 2014

Misogyny, homophobia, racism and hairy armpits have never been more politically captivating.