[caption id="attachment_6789" align="alignleft" width="225"] Traveling to this tea plantation in Hangzhou and sampling some of the local green tea was one of the highlights of the Hangzhou trip.[/caption] I have been...

[caption id="attachment_6725" align="alignleft" width="225"] Iain, our supervisor and I on our last day of work.[/caption] Upon applying for the program, I decided to complete an internship in the area of finance...

[caption id="attachment_6519" align="alignright" width="300"] This picture I took of the view from our apartment is deceiving, it is actually very cold outside. [/caption]From lawyers in Giorgio Armani suits to dancers...

If you want a completely different and challenging experience, I have absolutely no doubt China is the best place for you! This past week has been crazy and Shanghai is...

interns in hong kongI left Australia on Christmas night and arrived at Hong Kong International Airport at 5am on the 26th of December. I made my own way to the accommodation by train and luckily was able to check in to my room early. I slept until I was awoken by a knock on the door, my roommate to be for the next two months, Robin from South Korea! We immediately bonded over some Kpop tunes (2ne1 – I’m the best– it’s super catchy!) and what was soon to be discovered, a shared love for desserts. A roommate who brings home macaroons most days? She’s a keeper!

In China, the official currency is called (人民币) ren min bi (literally, “the people’s money”), and the (元) yuan, is the basic unit of ren min bi. You’ll typically see...