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Lauren Cameron

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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About Lauren
Lauren Cameron is an editor, researcher and journalist based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, with professional experience across newspapers, magazines, online blogs and websites. She is available for current affairs reporting, investigative assignments and producing travel/culture-related content. Lauren specialises in:
- Environmental affairs
- Sustainability issues
- Education
- Travel and culture
Vox Pop News Gathering Feature Stories
Politics Current Affairs Science & Environment

Potato Salad on the Side…Sweet!

04 Apr 2024  |  saltscapes.com
The article discusses the joy of barbecue season and the author's personal preference for grilling burgers. It suggests experimenting with traditional burger toppings and side dishes by adding a twist, such as using blue cheese instead of cheddar or prosciutto in place of bacon. The author recommends trying a Grilled Sweet Potato and Sausage salad as a unique and flavorful side dish. Chef Lauren Cameron, who works at Sobeys in Upper Tantallon, NS, is mentioned in the context of providing recipes.

Wrap up of the 2016 Sovereign Asian Art Prize contemporary art prize winners for Artitute.com.


11 Books to Read Over Reading Week That Will Take You Around the World

10 Oct 2017  |  hercampus.com
The article is a list of book recommendations for Reading Week, with a focus on books set in various locations around the world. The author suggests that these books can serve as a mental vacation, allowing readers to experience different places vicariously. The list includes a mix of genres and themes, from a feminist love story set in Australia ('Summer Skin' by Kirsty Eager) to historical fiction during the French Revolution ('A Tale of Two Cities' by Charles Dickens). Other books mentioned include 'The Hating Game' by Sally Thorne, 'The Regulars' by Georgia Clark, and 'The Royal We' by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan, among others. The books cover a range of topics such as feminism, romance, body image, and self-discovery, and are set in locations like New York City, London, Paris, and the Philippines.

Life Lessons I Learned from Being Shy

24 Sep 2017  |  hercampus.com
The article is a personal reflection on the lessons learned from being shy. The author, a student writer, discusses how shyness taught them to be a good listener, to accept that not everyone will understand their quiet nature, and to recognize the pros and cons of being quiet. They also touch on the importance of being observant, valuing personal time, realizing one's capabilities, and learning to be creatively independent. The author emphasizes that being shy is not a negative trait and that it can lead to personal growth and valuable life skills. The article is aimed at individuals who can relate to the experience of shyness and offers a positive perspective on this personality trait.

The Best Books I’ve Read (So Far) as an English Major

27 Feb 2017  |  hercampus.com
The article, written by a student writer from Her Campus at Wilfrid Laurier, shares a list of the author's favorite novels that were read as part of university English classes. The books discussed include 'The Outsiders' by S.E. Hinton, 'Wide Sargasso Sea' by Jean Rhys, 'Silas Marner' by George Eliot, 'Mrs. Dalloway' by Virginia Woolf, 'The Murder of Roger Ackroyd' by Agatha Christie, 'Northanger Abbey' by Jane Austen, and 'If Nobody Speaks of Remarkable Things' by Jon McGregor. The author provides a brief synopsis and personal commentary on each book, explaining why they are recommended and what makes them stand out. The article serves as a guide for readers looking for quality literature and offers insights into the value of these works beyond their academic context.

The Perfect Place for a Quick Balinese Escape

05 Sep 2016  |  Sassy Hong Kong
The article reviews The Pavilions Bali, a luxury boutique hotel in Sanur, Bali. The author describes their experience of arriving a day early and being treated to complimentary services as the staff prepared their villa. The hotel offers private pool villas with contemporary Balinese design, complete with amenities like free WiFi, minibar, and butler service. The author enjoyed the privacy, the in-villa dining, and the overall luxury of the resort. They also mention the convenience of Sanur's location, being close to the airport and within walking distance to local attractions. The service at the hotel is highlighted as personalized and luxurious, with options for in-room breakfast and a range of dining choices. The verdict is overwhelmingly positive, with the author eager to return for the privacy, service, and luxury offered by The Pavilions Bali.

Tree-top luxury…

19 Jul 2016  |  Sassy Hong Kong
The article is a review of Alila Ubud, an eco-resort in Bali, Indonesia. The author describes their arrival and the resort's serene environment, highlighting the eco-friendly practices such as local material use, waste and water management, and the employment of local staff. Alila Ubud's design, by Kerry Hill Architects, has won numerous awards for its blend of contemporary and Balinese elements. The resort offers various types of accommodations, with the Terrace Tree Villa being the most luxurious. The author also raves about the dining experiences, including a 'Spice Market' feast with traditional Balinese dance and a variety of local dishes. The review concludes with high praise for the resort's design, service, cuisine, amenities, and sustainability, recommending readers to stay at Alila Ubud for a guilt-free luxury experience.

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