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Each week we’ll choose readers’ responses to share. This week we want to know:
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In Britain, students lead less stressful lives than those in Hong Kong.
Every student knows that exam time is when we get cooped up at home (or in halls, like me) or at the library - snacking, and wishing you had started studying ...
Alex Wong goes punting on the River Cam, in Cambridge.
After feeling far too nostalgic about England, I decided that a reading week (without any readings) was probably the best time to revisit the "fantasyland".
Seeing Grace was great - but I should've been studying.
It might be May right now, but it feels more like mayhem! The realisation that I have fewer than 20 class days left this year has just sunk in. It has become shockingly ...
Letters Ben Winkie_L
Every January, in the second of the three terms of the school year, the season starts for Winchester College Football. To outsiders, this may not seem particularly special.
Warwick University's student union offers social life that can affect a final decision.
By now, wannabe British university students have received decisions and offers based on last year's ...
Author and playwright Frank Chin.
Writing this is a cruel, cruel reminder that spring break is over, and has been for a few weeks already. Spring break was glorious ...
Gaudi's colourful Casa Batllo is built without any straight lines at all.
There are many perks to studying in the UK - my favourite being its closeness to Europe and all its wonders. I took advantage of this and spent a few ...
Isabel Lai bids farewell at last month's AGM.
Last month I had the pleasure of participating in the annual general meeting (AGM) of Durham University Hong Kong Society. The AGM reviews achievements ...
Letters Emily British_L
Going abroad can cause culture shock - international students may feel strange in an unfamiliar environment. This may mean homesickness and barriers in ...
Built in 1962, the Space Needle is an official City of Seattle landmark.
Deadlines are looming over my head, my printer's ink is running low and I've got a couple of multiple-choice sheets and blue books on my desk, ready ...