Hi everyone, this is Nicole and I am back for my blog now! I am now creating a check-list for you to fill your summer vacation with tons of fun. This checklist is super user-friendly because you only need to find out what you love, and then check out the corresponding activity! Let’s begin now!
Deepawali aka Diwali is a festival of lights and symbolizes good over evil, light over darkness and knowledge over ignorance. Its globally celebrated by those who identify themselves as Hindu, Sikh, Jain or simply put Indians. The overall message of Diwali is the victory of good over evil. Diwali is a festival and holiday central to my life for cultural reasons. And, this is my third Diwali away from home.
Hello pretty people! Today, I am going share something very sweet with you all.
Guess what? I went to all things sweet pop-up museum called ‘Sugar Republic’ in Brisbane. And, it made me realize that the inner child within you is ageless… I actually came across the exhibition as a Facebook event and it looked something like this.
Hi guys, I am Frame. How’s your life going? I hope you have a wonderful time 🙂
It is been a long time since I wrote a story because I have been stuck with my assignments. This semester is really hard to manage the time for studying, working, relaxing and finishing loads of assignments! Read more
I have undertaken different volunteering programs over the past few years, mostly something local in my home country, Indonesia. I’ve been teaching voluntarily in the capital city down in the rural areas, building a better community at villages, guiding less fortunate children through motivating activities and programs, and so forth. It has always been a thrill to do so, to be a part of a change even so little. After all those years, at the beginning of 2018 I thought to myself “this is my last year of campus. I’m not going to have a long holiday anymore for at least several years- I gotta work.
Yeay! Some of us are graduating!
QUT provided the international graduating students with a workshop on the last week of September 2018. For those of you who missed it, here are some information provided in the two-hour session. It’s so simple!
QUT 5-star Good University success
QUT’s rankings in the Good University Guide 2019 for the categories of ‘Overall experience,’ ‘Learning resources’ and ‘Student support’ outstrip those of other universities.
Love working with kids? Study education at QUT
Meet QUT Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) graduate Jenny, an international student from China who is now working as a full-time teacher at a Queensland primary school.
Part 2: The Bright Side
Well, I did not expect my second part would take that long to come up with (interrupted by my assignments haha) but yeah, here I go again!
Hi guys, it’s Ha and this is the second chapter of my student life in Brisbane. This part will be all about the fun stuff I’m doing as an international student and what I really enjoy.
After recently returning from my third surfing weekend trip in Byron Bay organised by QUT surfers, I can confidently say that the QUT Surfers club is my favorite club at QUT! If you haven’t heard, QUT Surfers is a relatively new club at QUT that aims to bring together both new and advanced surfers, organize weekend or day surfing trips and lessons, or just to socialize, chill at the beach and meet other cool people. No prior surfing experience is required to join the club so it is a great way to get out there and learn from the best. If being in the water isn’t your thing, the club is still a fantastic way to meet really cool people.