Student blogs

A photo essay spanning six weeks of study in Akita by ISABELLE LEE.
Downtown Tokyo reveals a thoroughly modern interpretation of a traditional Japanese dish, writes GABRIELLA ANDREWS.
11 May 2015
Starting the Year in Asia is a bit like playing Age of Empires, writes NICKY LOVEGROVE.
11 May 2015
A Year in Korea is turning out to be a culinary adventure for MIRANDA WATSON.
After studying Japanese for just two months, NICK HORTON faces a steep learning curve in Tokyo.
A trip to Huangshan leaves JOSHUA GRIFFITHS in awe of the the mountainous landscape.
Bandung is living up to its title as the 'Paris of Java', writes DINITH ADIKARI.
As she settles into the Tokyo for the next six months, GABRIELLA ANDREWS finds plenty to like.
LUCY MCFARLANE explores a decommissioned factory where contemporary Chinese art is thriving.
15 April 2015
LACHLAN HILL examines the phenomenon of Korea's campus tourism and questions whether universities are doing enough to protect their students.


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