On tonight’s episode of Wavelength we spoke with a couple of hobbyists and professional Cosplayers, including Jusz Cosplay and Floksy Locksy about the scene in Adelaide, a hotly debated topic for the youth of today as we have all experienced it at some point or another – Third Wheeling, we investigated The Law of Attraction where our thoughts and emotions are said to create our reality and had a chat with SA’s Minister for Investment and Trade, and a director of an Adelaide burger business that you might be familiar with – which has signed one of the biggest agreements of its kind in the state to grow in China.

 

Have you ever wondered why people around Adelaide are sometimes dressed in costumes? It’s a thing called Cosplay. To find out more about this creative activity, Shannon spoke with a couple of hobbyists and professional Cosplayers, including Jusz Cosplay and Floksy Locksy about what Cosplay is and why they find it enjoyable.

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Third wheeling – we’ve all experienced it at some point or another, whether that be by choice or not. Sometimes it’s worked out okay, while other times you’re left questioning your mere existence. There are definitely some major Do’s and Do Nots in order to succeed as a Third Wheel, so we sent our good friend and host of “The Vibe”, Reidy, to investigate the matter further… Welcome to “Reidy’s Guide to Third Wheeling”, featuring Tom, Jess and Reidy’s Mum!

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Have you ever heard the saying, ‘be careful what you wish for, because it just might happen?’  Jovanna investigated The Law of Attraction where our thoughts and emotions are said to create our reality. Here are some local success stories.

Photo: Mind Openerz

 

China offers enormous potential for all kinds of businesses to grow, and ones in Adelaide are looking to have a crack at breaking into its market. As it turns out, we’ve got some success stories here in Adelaide. So, to find out more about it all, Anthony had a chat to SA’s Minister for Investment and Trade, and a director of an Adelaide burger business that you might be familiar with – which has signed one of the biggest agreements of its kind in the state to grow in China.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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