Student blogs

LACHLAN HILL looks at why South Korean men are taking the blade to their beards.
16 March 2015
Teachers think outside the square at Indonesia's University of Parahyangan, writes DINITH ADIKARI.
Having survived the journey to South Korea, MIRANDA WATSON finds plenty to like about her new surroundings.
03 March 2015
Discovering the streets of Seoul has made an exciting start to BEC PIESSE's Year in Asia.
02 March 2015
After completing the Year in Asia program, EMMA SHINOZAKI-LANGRIDGE looks back on her time abroad.
02 March 2015
Coming home from a year abroad can be just as daunting as leaving in the first place, writes HELOISE HOCART.
Time has stood still in Nanjie village, offering a fascinating insight into communist-era China, writes JAMES WOOKEY.
09 February 2015
As FAY EDWARDS reaches the end of her Year in Asia, she reflects on the relationship she has developed with Indonesia.
Sometimes the best adventures can happen when you throw a carefully organised itinerary to the wind, writes EMILY HALLAMS.
19 December 2014
Reaching the end of a Year in Korea is a bag of mixed feelings, writes Heloise Hocart.

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