• Transform magazine
  • October 24, 2020


Samantha North

Singapore: City of rules


Many remember Singapore as that country where chewing gum is illegal. The city-state’s founder, Lee Kuan Yew, was the man responsible for turning the small Asian fishing port into a globally significant trading hub. H...

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Canada: Ruffling feathers


Canada is the United States’ quiet neighbour in the north. While America is big, bold and brash, Canada minds its own business and evolves peacefully, organically and calmly. Its vast forests and chilly plains speak o...

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Mexico: Emerging from a shadow


The large nation just south of the U.S. border gets a lot of bad press. Mexico is often seen in the news featuring in tales of drug wars, murders and illegal immigration. Thousands of people have been killed in drug-r...

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Australia: Iconic land down under


The nation ‘down under’ has one of the world’s most recognisable nation brands. Australia has used its many unique assets to develop a strong, positive image full of bold cultural references. Australia performs consis...

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