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In my initial project proposal, I included a multitude of observations based on hindsight recollection. I realise now that while it’s… Read more Beautiful Seoul – How does K-Beauty measure up? Part II
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Torsten Hägerstrand, professor in the Department of Social and Economic Geography developed the following constraints: Capability: can I get there?… Read more There’s always a time and a place for cinema
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