Munich is a beautiful city surrounded by mountains, lakes and fields, full of history with old and interesting buildings, mouth-watering beer and food and I’m sitting here thinking about community.
Well, it has been three months since I came to Singapore, alone in this great wilderness. However, I have managed to adapt and enjoy this great city, while studying at … Continue Reading Tales of Singapore – Student Edition
I have already spent more than two weeks in Japan and this is my fourth visit within two years. Nevertheless, the beginning of term is next week indeed so I … Continue Reading Wonderful memories of my Journey to Japan
Leaving Sydney’s scorching heat of 40ºC to arrive to Prague’s blistering winter of -6ºC was quite the shock. For me, the coldest weather I’ve experienced is the chiller section in woolies. … Continue Reading From Prague With Love
Hey there. My name is Amy and I’m on a semester-long exchange at the City University, Hong Kong (CityU). If you’re interested in exchange in Hong Kong, check out my … Continue Reading City Uni, in depth!
Japan is always the first in my bucket list among all the countries that I want to travel. Exchange to Sophia University for one semester is definitely a great opportunity … Continue Reading #GaijinLife
What to expect when arrive? Residence card Once you arrive in Tokyo airport, you will be issued a residence card, which looks like the one below. Please remember to provide these … Continue Reading Arriving in Tokyo
Copenhagen, a city known for many things, spectacular architecture, wonderful history, cheap(er) beer and the famous biking Vikings. And I can tell you it’s all true and much much more. … Continue Reading Copenhagen, Not just the happiest place in the world.
Konnichiwa! I’ve only been in Japan for a few days, but I’m ecstatic from what I’ve experienced so far. I’ve met so many great people and the cultural shock and … Continue Reading Konnichiwa from Nippon!
Montreal reminds me of a slightly larger sized Melbourne. With its cool hipster streets, arts and comedy culture, I kind of feel like I’m home. Little cool eateries are scattered … Continue Reading Montreal
In just under a week I will be travelling to Tokyo to study at Sophia University for one semester. It has been a long and arduous process but it will … Continue Reading Preparations & Applications: My Journey to Japan
The first week of my exchange in Tokyo has flown by extraordinarily quickly. As I have visited Japan twice previously I was excited more than anything to experience living here for … Continue Reading Moving in with Meiji
Hej! (pronounced hey!) 3 weeks ago I landed in Europe for the first time! Despite spending over 20 hours on 3 different flights, I made it to Sweden and eventually, Jönköping, … Continue Reading Hej, Jönköping!
Hey there! My name is Amy, and I’m on exchange at the City University of Hong Kong. What I’ll be covering in this blog post are my experiences of Hong Kong … Continue Reading An introductory guide to exchange in Hong Kong
Although since 1997 Hong Kong became once again, a part of China, it still holds a very unique cultural identity. The main language used in Cantonese, rather than Mandarin used … Continue Reading Hong Kong: One of the most accessible points into Asian Culture
After spending a week in San Fransisco – A truly awesome city, I arrived in Charlotte NC. There were students waiting to pick me up even though my flight had … Continue Reading Beautiful Boone