Experience News

Bill and Frank’s Excellent Adventure


The landlocked city of Chengdu is one of Western China’s most populous cities with over 14 million residents. For a child growing up there the Gold Coast must seem like heaven on earth.

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The Joy of a New Life and Career.


Babin Joy is from a small town just outside Kochi in India’s south. Recently he completed his Masters in Business majoring in Sports Management at Griffith University.

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Gold Coast Students Get The Big Picture


Last year Chris Boyd read an article about bullying in a local high school and he knew he needed to do something about it.

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This Is the Place I Want to Be


Leverkusen is a small city of around 160 000 people just north of Cologne in Germany. It’s where Kezban, Mahir & Lara Bozkurt lived until just a few weeks ago - now they call the Gold Coast home.

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Shark For A Day


Winter, it’s the traditional footy season, although here on the Gold Coast there’s something incongruous about the weather.

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The Good Life


Francisco Barcellos first fell in love with Australia in 2012 when he landed in Newcastle to study English.

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A Tale of Two Cities


Yanji is a small Chinese city located within a stone’s throw of the North Korean border, given its location Yanji has had a challenging history and while officially part of China, a substantial part of its population is ethnic Korean.

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Bond journos get Lost in Larrimah


Bond University Senior Teaching Fellow, Caroline Graham has given some of her Bachelor of Journalism students the chance to put their super-sleuthing investigative skills to the test, by being involved in a six-part, podcast series being produced for The Australian.

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The first-ever Gold Coast Student Hub opens for growing student community


A state-of-the-art student hub was launched this week on the Gold Coast will energise the city’s burgeoning $1. 7 billion education sector with students set to benefit from a raft of support networks and activities.

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