Fun Times in Between The Exams

Arghhh !! The most stressful times for students have arrived ( all uni students in Australia will understand me ; ) And certainly we are all being real book worms trying to absorb contents of thick textbooks and piles of lecture notes! In the meantime, very interesting events have been taking place and being all about ‘study-work-study – a bit of relaxing’ balance I couldn’t miss them. First, of course, one of the most significant celebration – fun days for the entire Australian population – Melbourne Cup (How can you miss Malbourne Cup – perfect excuse to dress up...

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Brisbane Welcomes International Students

The beginning of the semester was pretty hectic and busy for me: flying from back home and changing of 8 time zones, start of the uni life after the 3 months’ holidays, moving houses… During this extremely intense period I became an International Student Ambassador for 2011, and here I am: with all the other ambassadors from all over the world! International Student Ambassador Kimg’s George Square My first day as an official ambassador was on Saturday,5 th of March on Kimg’s George Square, at the Brisbane Welcomes International Students Event! So many interesting things going on at that...

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Butterfly Ball

This month was ?full of interesting events, with Butterfly Ball being one of ?the most remarkable ones! The Butterfly Ball & Fashion Gala is the initiative of RBWH. The night of fine dining, dancing and fashion is organised for a good cause – to support??the Perinatal Research Centre’s BRAIN Project, that focuses on the brain rescue of newborns. The outcomes of the BRAIN Project are far reaching and will make a significant difference to the lives of babies not only in Queensland but all over the world. Brain rescue research is still in its infancy, but the possibility of...

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Mt Tambourine, Wine Tasting & Thunderbird Waterfall

2 weeks ago, on a lovely, warm and sunny Saturday morning my friends an I were heading to the Tambourine mountain. I really love the ‘ambience and uniqueness of the small ‘home-style’ cafes and shops selling hand crafted chocolate and fudges. But this time we went to the the Wine tasting in particular. We picked Aussie wineyards this time,as one of our friends has been there before and said it’s a nice place to have lunch/picnic and listen to live music while indulging in wine:) I don’t consider myself a wine consomme, however I really enjoyed the experience! And...

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