About

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My name is Ada Lee and this is my portfolio of published works.

In the past, I have worked as one of six student editors of the University of Sydney’s BULL Magazine, a publication that explores the intersection of pop culture, politics and diverse student identities. I have both interned and worked as an entertainment and Summer Herald reporter at Sydney Morning Herald and last year I spent six weeks in Thailand as a public diplomacy intern at the Australian Embassy and news reporter at the Bangkok Post (largest English-speaking newspaper in Thailand).

I’ve also written for South Sydney HeraldHoni SoitHijacked and Vibewire. I’ve formerly worked for digital SEO agency Lined Media and interned at global public relations agency Text100.

I am passionate about human behaviour, access to justice and embracing diversity. I also love Star Wars, TV, old school RnB and travelling.

CONTACT DETAILS

Tweet me @adelinalee

Email: adelina_lee@hotmail.com

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BULL Magazine is the University of Sydney Union’s monthly student magazine.

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South Sydney Herald is a monthly, independent, local newspaper which is distributed to over 30,000 readers from Alexandria to Woolloomooloo. Its vision: “Celebrating the lives of the diverse people of South Sydney, inviting discussion on issues of concern and interest, adding encouragement to possibilities for community.”

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Honi Soit is a publication at the University of Sydney with an incredibly rich history. Founded in 1929, it is the only weekly student-run paper in Australia.

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Founded by oOh! MediaHijacked (HJCKD) is an online publication written by students for tertiary students across Australia.

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Vibewire Change Media curates and showcases an array of conversations that matter to young people. Vibewire.org is a platform for young people to engage in conversations on social justice, health, science and technology, media and politics, arts and creativity and entrepreneurship.

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