Migrants and “imaginary homelands”

There is a vast difference between identity and citizenship, namely the socio-cultural group to which we belong and the nationality written on our documents. And when we think about emigrants / immigrants, things will get even more complicated, because it is hard to hold just one flag and maybe the reality that welcomes them, as…

That’s the ocean – Melbourne BaySide

Spring’s coming, although you will never know what to expect from the weather in Melbourne… but when sun comes out, I just put some sun cream on and rush to the beach! Here, some pics from St Kilda to Sandringham, passing through Brighton beach and Hampton. Enjoy!

Metro-cultural Melbourne 

I arrived in Melbourne on 7 October, completely stoned by eight yours jet leg. I felt like I was living into a dream. I mean, I was coming from a quiet and always-the-same village in central-north Italy and, in order to face a one-day trip, I stopped three days in the burning Dubai, where a…