In Chinese culture, the interpretation of dragons can be very different from that of the western culture. Dragons have always been a symbol of power, strength and good luck in many Asian cultures compared to the destructive nature and often villainized portrayal in European culture and southern American Aztec culture. Today I will share a story about 100 proud powerful dragons with you.
I walked into my first AMB264 lecture, coffee in hand of course, assuming that it was going to be another boring lecture and unit within my degree.
I was soooooo wrong!
The unit caught me by surprise. Read more
My name is Joshua Evans and I am a first-year Bachelor of Business (Finance) student. I have been asked to write about the story of my unorthodox journey whilst at QUT. I have told this story briefly at the 2016 Senior Leadership Group Conference earlier this year in May in support of the Students As Partners initiative. This blog post will aim to re-tell that story with some additional information.
A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of attending the 2016 University Scholars Leadership Symposium (USLS) in Hanoi, Vietnam. Attended by over 700 delegates from 69 countries, USLS aimed to ‘provide the next generation of leaders with a vision of how to distinguish themselves as future leaders of the 21st century.’ The symposium truly did achieve everything it set out to do and much more. Read more
Last weekend, I was one of ten fortunate QUT students to attend the Impact Social Enterprise Conference. The Impact Conference is an event aiming to spread awareness of social enterprise and develop the ideas of young social entrepreneurs. Being a socially aware business student, it was fantastic to be put in a position with so many similar, forward thinking students to grow and develop ideas.