Providing free laundry for helping the homeless connect to the society

By Wenxing Yao Posted 26 May 2017, 1:16am Orange Sky is a charity organization established in Brisbane in 2014, offering the world’s first free mobile laundry and showers for homeless people, which have launched many cities in Australia. It is realised by putting two washing machines and two dryers in a van for a profound purpose.… Read More Providing free laundry for helping the homeless connect to the society

​Turnitin creates anxiety from most Monash University’s students for its inefficient working condition

By Wenxing Yao Most students from Monash University complain about the inefficiency of Turnitin which is an online plagiarism-prevent service used by many Australian Universities for checking students’ essays against texts from others’ work. Typically, Monash University requires students to submit essays to the system for identifying similarities to existing sources, which aims to help students learn… Read More ​Turnitin creates anxiety from most Monash University’s students for its inefficient working condition

The Policeman says it is safe to jog at nights for both male and female since they currently are on patrol at trains stations every day.

By Wenxing Yao, Policemen think that since they are on patrol around the train station from 6pm until the last scheduled train service every day, it’s definitely safe for night joggers if they run along the train lines under police’s observation. Dave is a local technician who is used to running three times a week, he thinks it… Read More The Policeman says it is safe to jog at nights for both male and female since they currently are on patrol at trains stations every day.

What homeless people really need after several deaths occurred on Melbourne’s streets.

  By Wenxing Yao As Australia’s homeless crisis grows, people sleeping rough in Melbourne say that they need more bedding and cold weather clothing, after seeing other homeless people die on the streets during winter. Steve, who is 26 years old and from Melbourne, says he become homeless because he has lost his job. He said that… Read More What homeless people really need after several deaths occurred on Melbourne’s streets.