Student blogs

04 November 2014
Lachlan Parsons recently spent a week traveling through Tibet, where he made the trek to Mt Everest base camp.
Eight-thousand kilometres, seven days on trains, six time zones, five climates, four languages, three countries and two last-minute visas.
23 September 2014
Flores, you had me at home-grown, home-roasted coffee.
25 September 2014
There is a Japanese saying that if you climb Mt Fuji once, you are a wise man, but that only a fool would do it twice.
26 September 2014
Being restricted to just one country has its benefits writes HELOISE HOCART from Busan, South Korea.
11 August 2014
Wangfujing snack street. One of the most atmospheric and diverse food markets you’ll ever come across.
08 July 2014
LACHLAN PARSONS takes a trip to Taiwan and revisits some of his old stomping grounds.
To a foreigner living in Japan, some conventions and practices are rather baffling. EMMA SHINOZAKI-LANGRIDGE lists the top four that she grapples with on a daily basis.
Deep in the heart of Beijing's sprawling metropolis, JAMES WOOKEY shares his favourite places to escape the crowds.
13 June 2014
After a weekend away, FAY EDWARDS discovers that there's more than meets the eye to Jakarta's sprawling cityscape.


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