Sohee Kwon

Thrive Global Campus Editor-at-Large from the University of Melbourne

Sohee Kwon is a Bachelor of Arts undergraduate studying Sociology, Politics and International Studies at the University of Melbourne. Thrive Global's first Australian Campus Editor-at-Large, Sohee is actually a Korean-New Zealander who has lived most of her life in Manila, Philippines. If you ask her, "Where are you from?", you would most likely see her initially freeze up. Her most recent obsession during the pandemic is Ube (purple yam) ice cream, a childhood favourite.

 

Stay safe, everyone. Kia kaha.

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Is “Zoom University” Worth It?

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“Hamilton” Through the Lens of Black Lives Matter and the COVID-19 Pandemic

by Sohee Kwon
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Embracing the New Awkward

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Australia Needs a New Visual Language to Support Indigenous People

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A Safe Haven No More

by Sohee Kwon

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