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Tommaso Ciani
City University, London

20 years old, born in Turin, Italy, I aspire to be a TV producer and I am mainly passionate about politics and sports. Cynic since I was a child, I am enthusiastic about new experiences and really curious about everything's around me. I love travelling, reading and watching movies.
I love my country so much and I hope to come back working in there, one day. Based in London, I'm currently studying Journalism at City. 

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No country has experienced a faster growth in tourist visits than Cambodia.

Why Indochina is the world's fastest growing tourist region

No country has experienced a faster growth in tourist visits than Cambodia.

With 20,000 fewer visitors than last year, the city is now breathing again.

Why the cap on tourism is essential for Venice

With 20,000 fewer visitors than last year, the city is now breathing again.

This is the second biggest editorial exposition in Europe.

Turin’s XXX International Book Fair celebrates young writers

This is the second biggest editorial exposition in Europe.

With Totti's retirement, football is losing its last vestiges of romanticism.

Ciao Francesco: Totti retires as the last true icon of modern football

With Totti's retirement, football is losing its last vestiges of romanticism.

The new mayor of Rome, Virginia Raggi, has taken up an anti-sport stance since her election in June 2016.

When Not in Rome: the sporting decline of Italy's capital city

The new mayor of Rome, Virginia Raggi, has taken up an anti-sport stance since her election in June 2016.

Hart appears to have very little chance of reprising his role as Manchester City's number one, so what will he do next season?

What's next for Joe Hart?

Hart appears to have very little chance of reprising his role as Manchester City's number one, so what will he do next season?

Britain is failing young tennis players and Paris alone has more indoor courts than the whole of the UK.

Double Fault: The future of British tennis is at risk

Britain is failing young tennis players and Paris alone has more indoor courts than the whole of the UK.

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Quantico has lost over 28% of its audience and more than 1 million viewers since September.

What can be done to save Quantico from being cancelled?

Quantico has lost over 28% of its audience and more than 1 million viewers since September.

It's just a matter of time before 2017 legitimises Disney as the uncontested leader of the market.

Data shows that Disney is set to rule the UK box office for many years to come

It's just a matter of time before 2017 legitimises Disney as the uncontested leader of the market.

A Photo-journey from Myvatn Lake to the Golden Circle.

Iceland Through A Lens (Part II)

A Photo-journey from Myvatn Lake to the Golden Circle.

The Guardian's footballer of the year isn't a big star playing for a top team. He's much more important than that.

Why The Guardian’s Footballer of the Year Goes Way Beyond Football

The Guardian's footballer of the year isn't a big star playing for a top team. He's much more important than that.

A Photo-journey from Reykjavik to Akureyri.

Iceland Through A Lens (Part I)

A Photo-journey from Reykjavik to Akureyri.

It's the biggest global winter multi-sport event for student athletes.

Supporting Student Sport: Why watch the 2017 Winter University Games

It's the biggest global winter multi-sport event for student athletes.

Checking sources when speaking about another country’s destiny should be a moral obligation, not just an option.

Italy isn’t leaving the EU - the British press must stop saying that it is

Checking sources when speaking about another country’s destiny should be a moral obligation, not just an option.

Night skiing and mountain-top music festivals - what are you waiting for?

5 top Alpine destinations for the 2016 winter break

Night skiing and mountain-top music festivals - what are you waiting for?

The Western world is facing a haemorrhage and, for better or for worse, there’s an urge to tackle it. 

On 4th December, Italy will tell us whether it's still worth believing in democracy

The Western world is facing a haemorrhage and, for better or for worse, there’s an urge to tackle it. 

Well done Andy - you ended an era of elitism in tennis. 

An Open Letter to Andy Murray

Well done Andy - you ended an era of elitism in tennis. 

Joe Hart's loan move has seen him become an icon in Italy. Will he soon rank among some of Torino's all time greats? 

Joe Hart to become one of the “Invincibles” in Torino’s new stadium

Joe Hart's loan move has seen him become an icon in Italy. Will he soon rank among some of Torino's all time greats? 

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