? Panda Talk | 熊猫聊天室

Welcome to the first episode of Panda Talk! Panda Talk is a mini talk show, where Panda Down Under team members will discuss anything and everything international Chinese students should and want to know about studying in Australia.

Joining us this week is Jacky Chiang, an international postgraduate student from Hong Kong. Jacky will be sharing with us what’s it like to be an international postgraduate student and a Student Guild Councillor at University of Western Australia.

Besides that, we will also discuss about one topic most international students is concerned about. Find out what it is by watching the first episode below:

 

 

Did you enjoy the first episode of Panda Talk? Let us know in the comments section below your thoughts on our discussed topic this week.

Panda note: If you have any suggestions on what we should talk about in our upcoming Panda Talks, feel free to drop us a comment below or send us a message on our Facebook page.

2 thoughts on “? Panda Talk | 熊猫聊天室

  1. I think that interviewing a current International student is a great idea, as they know how it feels to be a student in a new country. The guest speaker created an environment where he became relatable to the audience and therefore a greater understanding of the message that he was trying to purvey occurred.

    I like that it directs students where to go for help if they feel like they are being discriminated against or feel that they are not fitting in, and that these services are free and confidential. The best tip that the guest gave is to go out and speak to the wider community, amercing yourself in the culture.
    Coming from a domestic student viewpoint, it educates on potential struggles that International students may be faced with. It also made me consider whether I am welcoming and approachable to International students and staff.

    The interviewer used a good tone and is very personable. She appeared to be a natural while interacting with the guest and the audience.

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