For many international students, dance is not only a creative outlet but a sense of belonging. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Aldo Tasbur, Gwen Tan and Shirley Li spotlight dancer Pearl Tasbur and her journey!
The backpack is an essential item for every student. Utility doesn’t necessarily have to mean boring though, as Trinity College Foundation Studies students Shane Shen, Jenny Dong and Mia Miao show us some of the most stylish, sophisticated and utilitarian backpacks out there on the market!
Download these extensions and improve your use of Chrome to improve your English. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Allen Chen, Nina Meng and Sapphire Ding suggest four extensions to help you better understand the English language.
Clubs and societies can help students engage and feel at home. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Angelique Lukman, Sam Ye and Eve Wu talk to the Cantonese Student Association (CSA) to find out their best practices in stuent engagement.
How do you actually break into Melbourne’s sneakerhead community? Trinity Foundation Foundation Studies students Jessica Xia, Spencer Zhang and Barbara Rosas interview an avid sneaker collector.
International students aren’t watching Aussie TV but maybe they will after seeing these shows. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Yiwen ‘Evita’ Gong, Jiamin ‘Gillian’ Wang and Hoiyi ‘Hedi’ Yuen collect first-time reactions of international students as they watch some of Australia’s better programming choices on TV.
Tired of taking a long time to cook and wash up after meals? Avoid the pains of the kitchen by using the microwave! Lina and Jasmine from Trinity College Foundation Studies show 4 healthy and easy to make meals you can make using your microwave.
International students are always travelling. Be it for family, for school or just for a holiday, long flights can be stressful and boring. Trinity College Foundation studies students Wu Jingwei, Hua Zhenkun and Du Baixuan provide their guide on how you can prepare and survive long haul flights.
Don’t let your phone run out of juice! Trinity College Foundation Studies students Shakira Ahmad and Vania Dellaressa guide you on how to extend your phone’s lifespan.
Resolving conflicts with your employer comes with being a working adult but it’s a skill that not all students will come readily equipped with. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Chiu Tzu-han, Zhou Panjingyu and Deng Hanle guide you on how best to raise concerns and issues with boss and explain why it’s important to do so.
International students take it upon themselves to learn about Australian culture but what have they found is the best way to learn about it all? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Tatiana Zhu and Vincent Zhou investigate.
Not too sure how to ask someone out on a first date? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Andy Liu, Christina Wong and Yindo Feng speak to international students about their first date experiences!