Category Archives: La Trobe

Dear Border Crossings Project, thank you for your existence.

Thanks for everyone who made the Border Crossings Project possible. Those few months have been one of the best ones in my life. Although I have lived in different countries with different people, food, noises, languages, cultures and traditions, my … Continue reading

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Home is where your heart is.

With mixed feelings, I am sitting at the airport all alone. Foreigners and/or travellers are passing by and I am now one of them. Hello vagabond life (again)! I don’t know whether to laugh myself to tears about how much … Continue reading

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Quo vadis mate?

How do you know that your Border Crossings exchange is on the home stretch? When you can read your friend’s posts all about saying goodbye to Oz Land and how they are going to miss it. Unfortunately, I am absolutely … Continue reading

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The question of identity: Who am I?

As you could already tell that I got very inspired by my Global Migration Stories – subject, after having visited the Immigration Museum (http://museumvictoria.com.au/immigrationmuseum/) yesterday, I feel even more fascinated by people constantly moving around. Admittedly, it would have been … Continue reading

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Where is HOME?

I was sitting at Parliament Station waiting for the train to get home and started to take the fact more seriously of me leaving Melbourne. Heaps. It’s almost midnight over here and I came across with an online post by … Continue reading

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My little bucket list – 5 things to do before I… leave Melbourne:

Time is ticking and now I have just realised and accepted the fact that we are all getting older and so I started thinking about things to do before I leave this young city with its vividness. The list is … Continue reading

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The State Library of Victoria

Now it’s time for the last countdown of final exams! Hurray! There is no better place to study than the State Library of Victoria, a place of knowledge. It’s amazing what effect the atmosphere in here has on your learning … Continue reading

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God Save the Queen! (and let me pass the exam)

Rather annoying, when you have the long weekend but you know you’re gonna spend it over books, notes and computer. Especially, if you are passionate procrastinator. It feels even worse, because you know it is all your fault. Instead of … Continue reading

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Just keep moving.

As everyone else, I am flat out with uni work. My last essay about my family history and the story about my Mum migrating from Asia to Europe was such a pleasure to write. It was fascinating how much she … Continue reading

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What I’ve learnt about USA in Australia…

Subject: Andy Warhol’s America. Oh, so you are studying about campbell’s soup cans? Actually not. Another proof that one should never judge book by it’s cover. I have to say that this course is one of the most interesting I … Continue reading

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