Your Top 5 Tips to Learning Chinese Online in 2021

Are you a budding Mandarin learner? Maybe a consolidated Chinese linguist? Perhaps you’ve just started your Chinese language journey and looking for a concise, well-researched list of some of the best online study options around? While opportunities for in-country learning … Read More

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So, would you say you’re fluent? Upskilling your language skills as a Chinese-English translator and interpreter

As bilingual and multilingual young professionals, we often get roped into doing informal translation and interpreting tasks. Read on to find out how you can formalise your Chinese-English language skills as an accredited translator and interpreter in Australia, and why … Read More

Life after the New Colombo Plan Scholarship

When it comes to scholarships for Australian Students, the New Colombo Plan (NCP) is the all-inclusive Indo-Pacific, Asian experience. We’ve heard from many scholars about their transformative study and work stories in the region, but where are they now? Coming … Read More

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A look into the ACYA Victoria Bilingual Language Competition

With the ACYA Victoria Bilingual Language Competition (BLC) accepting applications for 2016, Asia Options spoke with last year’s winners Maggie Milne and Nell Chan, to hear about their experiences and discuss how bilingual Victorians can put their Chinese language skills … Read More

From the Big Band competition to working at Asialink, Will McCallum’s story

– Will McCallum’s exposure to Asia began in 2002 after being part of the winning band in the Australian Schools Jazz Band competition. To make the most of the achievement, Will and 18 of his Wesley College classmates devised a three-week tour … Read More