Vi Trang

Brisbane / Australia, Australia

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Final Year Master Student at QUT, majoring in Integrated Marketing Communications and International Business

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Posted over 1 year ago
Without conflating trafficked persons, why should Sex Work be criminalised or decriminalised?
I'm against the decriminalisation of sex work as I would not allow my children (if any) to be involved in sex work (either as sex worker or clients), so i definitely would not want this type of 'work' to exist anywhere. In saying so, it's not like people would stop doing it even if it remained a crime. Girls think it's money easily earned. Guys think "I'm just human, don't judge me". And as long as there is supply, there is demand. At the end of the day, it's not the regulation alone that could stop the crime. It also comes down to education, personal code of ethics, concern for our own health as well as our loved ones'.
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Posted over 1 year ago
Imagine the web, imagine a line, imagine both of them, make them the same thing
Sounds like Facebook :)) ... I believe they do have a number for each one of us . Otherwise, how do they distinguish between Will Smith 1, Will Smith 2, Will Smith 3 and so on? Can't possibly base it on the profile pictures alone :). They just keep it a secret, that's all :)) . You know, people get sensitive when being assigned with a number and not remembered by their own names :))
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Posted over 1 year ago
The true theory of everything: the Theory of Feelings.
I can't understand 100% your question but personally, I don't reckon numbers are feelings. My math is rusty, but I am a very emotional person. I can go through quite a lot of different types of feelings each day without having to do any math. And when i did do some math, all I had ever felt was "irritated'. So at least to me, numbers can't possibly represent feelings. Otherwise, every number would mean "irritated". By the way, LOVE IS BLUE. there's a song that proves it.
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Posted over 1 year ago
Introducing Quadcopters into education.
Best way to know is to ask for opinions from the end-users, who are students, 'cuz apparently this question relates to introducing this technology to students. However, it is rather hard to give you an answer without really knowing what kinds of technology Quadcopters, Arduinos or RaspberryPis are. I may not be as bright as those people who actually know what they are, but I am sure more than half the number of students at my uni doesn't know either. Sounds interesting tho !
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Posted over 1 year ago
What is behind competition? Does competition influence the behavior of people in a negative way?
I don't know any big word or theory surrounding Competition, but I do know competition stimulates innovation and growth in any situation (whether it's between businesses or family members). Too much of anything can't be good though. Human beings tend to be competitive. So do businesses as at the end of the day, businesses are still operated by people. But there are policies or regulations that set the boundaries as to what extent you can go to compete with others. In terms of price, there's a limit that you can't go under just to compete with others on price. Also, there are regulations as to which companies you can acquire if you're a large corporation and which you cannot. In that case, competition is meant for protecting consumers.