Christmas is approaching fast and don’t we know it! The Voice of London team has pulled together a features news programme, chock full of Christmas cheer – along with a bit of other student news. Take a look… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJ97wU1pu_Y
Cameraman: Yueer Wang | Reporter: Phuong Thu Nguyen | Editor: Yueer Wang & Phuong Thu Nguyen Christmas is the biggest festival of the year in the United Kingdom. Even if you are not religious, Christmas plays a part in many peoples lives as families come together, eat for days on end and often exchange presents. Our reporter Phoebe Nguyen asked students here at University of Westminster about what Christmas means to them.
A special recipe for Christmas. Cameraman: Yueer Wang | Editor: Yueer Wang & Phuong Thu Nguyen We all celebrate Christmas in different ways. People in Denmark roast a duck, Australians have a barby and the British of course love their turkey and mince pies - though not on the same plate. However, there's no need to follow tradition when you can make a dessert that looks literally like a Christmas tree. Here is how you can make it:
Citizens across the United States are outraged by the outcome of the presidential election and have gathered to protest against this shock win for Trump. Reporter: Alex Zendra | Sub-editor: Maria Llamas This is no Cinderella story, nor a Rocky Balboa saga... more like revenge of the Sith - in Star Wars. Donald Trump crept up into politics announcing himself as someone fit to run as president. This stage in American politics seems almost fiction... but, for some people, is a scary reality. People were congregating around Trumps Tower such as the one in New York and other buildings in major cities. Protesters also took to the streets of Chicago, a city which was rooting for Clinton- due in correlation to the cities polls. Trump exceeded the 270 threshold that a candidate needs