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Alba Iulia
Thursday, October 22, 2020

Education

Australian children’s book translated into Filipino

“My body! What I say goes!” is a children’s book written to empower and teach children about personal body safety, feelings, safe and unsafe touch, private parts, secrets and surprises, consent and respectful relationships. The book is...

Genuine International Students for a stronger education system

By Matthew Thompson International education offers incredible benefits to the host country and diverse opportunities to those living, studying, and working on a student visa.  As...

Keeping the Filipino language alive in Australia through Tagalog Learning Inc.

By May Red Zafra, Teacher, Tagalog Learning Inc. “How amazing it is to learn my parents’ language.” “I want to surprise my Lola by speaking in Filipino when I visit her in the Philippines...

Smooth sailing – 5 tips for navigating your final year of high school in 2020

Let’s not beat around the bush; the year 2020 has been chaos. Schools and businesses have closed in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, and everyday life has been disrupted. It’s only natural that education has not...

International students in Victoria to receive relief of up to $1,100

The Victorian Government announced today a $45 million fund to support international students in Victoria facing hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The fund is being delivered in partnership with...

Singing architect is designing her own future – Sophia Dalisay

While the 2018 HSC students received their Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) in late December, some were pleased and accepted their university places and are getting prepared for study. Others may still be disappointed and undecided on...

87 kids get new school supplies

Just before school opens in the Philippines usually the first week of June, Filipino-Australian Midel Santos-Stokes troops to the Philippines to personally attend to his sponsored children, now numbering 87—shopping for their school supplies and other needs such as...

Financial support for students

Every day, hundreds of Filipinos apply for an Australian visa for work, study, travel, and migration. Unfortunately, many of them are not granted their desired visas due to insufficient documents or requirements. First of all, if you are an international...

Nurse Bridging Program visa options: Visitor visa or student visa?

Overseas qualified Registered Nurses (RNs) are required to study in Australia to get an RN registration from the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and become eligible to work here as an RN. The quickest way to gain an...

Show money is not just for show

In most cases, international students are required to show financial capacity in their first year of study here in Australia. Some people call this “show money” and many people take its literal meaning that you just have to show...
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Melbourne’s Filipino seniors village

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The kind of wisdom that comes with age

In a world where new, young and fresh are what capture society’s attention, how do we value age and experience?

Australian-made beds are helping lost animals

With the COVID-19 pandemic still causing havoc around the world, a lot of businesses are moving their stores online. One of those...

The ties that bind us all

The Filipino Association of Monash (FAM) is a new cultural club at Monash University in Clayton established in 2019. Before the club’s...

7 common Filipino ingredients to liven up your home cooking

Most of us have been guilty of being too tired or unmotivated to get in the kitchen and cook dinner, causing us...