Category - Travel

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NZCFS-AIESEC Exchange Project: Nasuha in Taiwan
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Bali Trip Recollection
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文艺青年们的惠灵顿
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春游去吧:This Spring Walk – Makara Bay Walkway
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Mount Ruapehu Ski Weekend
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Volunteering in Guangzhou (part one)
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新西兰滑雪季-菜鸟攻略篇
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To learn another language

NZCFS-AIESEC Exchange Project: Nasuha in Taiwan

Last year, the NZCFS Wellington Branch and AIESEC, the world’s largest student run organisation that sends university students on internships and exchanges around the world, called for applicants who wanted to go on an AIESEC exchange. Funding to support the exchange for successful applicants was to be provided through the Simon Deng Li Fund.

Nusuhaezzaty Mustaffa (Nasuha), from AIESEC Victoria, went on an AIESEC exchange to the Wulai District in the southern New Taipei City in Taiwan. She was given a teaching placement at the Municipal Wulai Elementary and Junior High School.

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Bali Trip Recollection

This post is about everything I have read about Bali on the internet and promptly figured them out by myself.

This is not a step by step how to organise your travel, where to go guide, unfortunately 🙁 It has been too long since I visited Bali last year in December. I have only managed to finish this post recently, and most of this trip is barely stored in my memory now. For this reason, I cannot remember some places’ and restaurants’ names, prices of the tickets or some of the people I’ve met. But I do remember how I felt when I visited certain places, when I talked to the people, and how I felt when I ate certain food.

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文艺青年们的惠灵顿

这个城市可能包含着你那颗文艺心灵的所有想像。

总觉得惠灵顿是一个有爱的城市。之所以这么说,是因为这里的人们每天都要接受冷酷天气的考验,如果不能承受各式各样的坏天气的话,也许就不能在这里久呆。各种各样的坏天气里,包含了风暴,倾盆大雨,大风,无休无止的刮风,绵绵不断的细雨;倾盆大雨或绵绵不断的细雨配着无休无止的刮风。在这里有两样东西不可活:帽子和头型。

你懂得。

可是为什么说这里是个文艺青年的必经之旅呢?

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春游去吧:This Spring Walk – Makara Bay Walkway

让我们春游去吧,趁春光正好,繁花似艳。

Last weekend, we went for to Makara Bay in Karori in Wellington to explore the start of New Zealand spring.

It started as a beautiful day, as the sun was shining, the sky was blue and the air had this warm, earthy and spring feeling.

We decided that it was the best day to eat fish and chips, and some beer of course.

With freshly made fish and chips, we arrived Makara Bay. It is located in Karori. Although it is a nearby suburb, I was surprised to watch all the farms with sheep and cows eating away, and horses scratching their backs on the grass.

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Mount Ruapehu Ski Weekend

Feeling stressed out at work? Want a short break from everything? The ski season won’t be closing until late October so you still have time to organise a trip to go skiing or snowboarding in New Zealand. We recently went for a weekend trip to Whakapapa ski field on Mount Ruapehu.

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Volunteering in Guangzhou (part one)

During my time studying at Victoria University of Wellington I volunteered in an environmental awareness project Guangzhou (formally known as Canton) in Guangdong province for two months in 2013. These are some of my experiences during this time, which have shaped my life choices and views on myself and others.

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新西兰滑雪季-菜鸟攻略篇

新西兰的滑雪场算得上世界上排名很高的滑雪场了。特别是新西兰的南岛,这里坐落着全新西兰最大的南阿尔卑斯山脉,贯穿全岛,使这里成为滑雪迷们的最佳滑雪场所。 仅以此文献给没滑过雪,或是滑雪经验极为不丰富,急于为滑雪经验涨姿势的 -菜鸟的你(当然这也包括我自己)。 Read More 详情

To learn another language

Learning another language is not easy. Trust me, I know. It’s not easy, but it can be very rewarding. It’s not easy, but it can open up new opportunities. It’s not easy, but it can help you connect with people on a more personal level around the world. It’s not easy, but it can be very fun (for yourself, as well as other people talking with you). It’s not easy, but it does get easier, and hopefully one day all the hard work will pay off and you won’t even realise you are speaking another language.

Here are some of my views and experiences learning Chinese as another language.

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