Dine is a writer, researcher, professional and multi-awarded blogger and new media consultant. She brings with her a rich set of experience in the corporate world, as well as in the field of research and writing. Having taken early retirement after working as an international civil servant and traveling the world for 22 years, she has aggressively pursued her main interest in writing and research.
She loves writing about everything and anything, having such a fertile mind and a keen interest in music, travel, languages, people, economics, movies, politics, fashion, trending topics, food and society in general. Her friends often wonder how she continues to raise seven wonderful children, given that she’s been doing full-time work for ages. She often shrugs, saying that she gives them her love and support. Although not yet content with what she has already achieved professionally, she’s very content with her kids and her three grandkids. She’s a supportive wife, a wonderful mom, a doting grandmom and a great friend to many.
Ann is a self-proclaimed wanderlust and bibliophile. A voracious reader and a foodie whose motto is to “…live life one day at a time and indulge in gastronomic heaven whenever you can, just don’t forget to do occasional exercise!”. She loves learning about different cultures and enjoys reading Japanese mangas and animes, both the trivial and profound. Ann fervently dreams of having her own bookstore someday that will cater to her favorite genres like fantasy, spy and espionage, romantic suspense, and all things paranormal. If she’s not busy thinking and ruminating on what to write, she succumbs to lethargy and sleepiness, then wakes up forgetting, and does it all over again. She’s passionate about writing and always tries her best to practice altruism.
Agustina, a.k.a. Agus, is an Argentinian writer and language student with too much to tell and too little time to do so. She is funny and pretty, and this must be true given that she is writing this little description herself. Her favourite activities involve reading, traveling, and correcting people’s language use in the least annoying way possible, which, let me tell you, is an art in itself.
JP is a tech writer and a professional web developer. He don’t consider himself a geek nor a guru, but his passion in computer systems runs through his veins. He loves reading books and articles about new gadgets and updates in technology. He’s always fascinated with how technology evolves over time and changes human lives.
While Australia might have garnered a large portion of the global spotlight in recent years for reasons of celebrity, finance, and travel, it is undoubtedly a remote island-continent that is largely removed from the rest of the world. Such isolation has resulted in a more general outlook when it comes to the extraordinary diversity that defines the world as we know it, and it is not unusual for Australians to harmlessly refer to “Asians” or “Americans” rather than a specific nationality or ethnicity. Even though Joe is technically a Korean-Australian, he won’t be able to do justice to Gangnam Style at your next karaoke event (and don’t even think about asking him to translate the lyrics), as his introduction to the far-flung southern land of Australia was while he was seated in nappies. So really, all that you need to know about Joe is that he has spent the last three-and-a-half decades trying to do everything possible to transform the hazy cultural static of his upbringing into something far more nuanced and representative of the unfathomable wonder that is planet Earth.
Jason Polintan is an illustrator, painter and graphic designer.He also loves books,photography and films.Music appreciation is always part of his daily routine.He has been part of several group exhibits in the past. Since then he has been busy nurturing his skills as a painter and graphic designer.He also plans to study Photography and Filmaking in the future too if time will permit.
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