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The Do J suit detailed how Jho Low had gifted a 11.72-carat heart-shaped diamond to Kerr as a Valentine’s Day present.

He had also given her a US$1.9 million matching diamond jewellery while the two were on board his US$165 million yacht, Equanimity, between late July and early August 2014.

PETALING JAYA: A Melbourne-based non-governmental organisation (NGO) has called for Australian model Miranda Kerr to return jewellery worth millions which the United States Department of Justice (Do J) claims was purchased with funds allegedly siphoned from 1MDB, The Guardian reported.

The NGO, Saya Anak Bangsa Malaysia in Australia (SABM), said their message to Kerr did not imply any allegation of wrongdoing on her part, but just that she needed to “hand over all jewellery gifted to her”.

Between the complete and wanton disregard for our natural wonders, the persistent human rights violations in our offshore detention centres, our continued and dogged resistance to gay marriage, the argument that ‘people have the right to be bigots’, the cutting of funding to the not for profit ABC, and recent calls to do away with concepts like Medicare and affordable university – it’s like my country is determined to make a return to the glory days of the 50s.

Where once I could proudly say I come from Australia, I find myself increasingly having to defend the country from those who rightfully point out our human rights abuses, homophobic political stance, and seeming desire to move backwards rather than forwards. It’s become a running joke with visitors and nationals alike, but Australian internet is beyond a joke.

Slow speeds, patchy availability, ludicrous costing, inhibitive ‘download limits’, and the government’s recent invasive decision to institute data retention have made Australia something of a developing country when it comes to the internet.

Pretty depressing when you consider we invented Wi Fi.

I could wax lyrical about the many beautiful cities I’ve visited (or have yet to visit), the natural beauty that exists in abundance, the fantastic foods, the wonderful people, the epic sporting confrontations, the quirks, the traditions, the holidays, the weather, and the thousand little things that slip my mind most of the time and then leap back into my mind on some random autumn morning here in China.(boiled silkworm larvae) in South Korea to the orgasmic lamb skewers in China’s Xinjiang province; sampling street food is a favorite way to embrace local culture and one of the first opportunities I afford myself to step away from tacky Western franchises and into the world I’ve placed myself in.