My name is Su Khaing Toe Aye and I’m from a refugee camp in Thailand called Mae La refugee camp. I was born in the camp in 1992 and I came to Australia in 2007.
It’s been almost a month and a half since the end of semester one, so I’m sure you’re already struggling back into student mode after the holidays.
The last edition of FedPress was all about survival, so I imagine you’ve all read some fantastic articles about managing your time and mental resources effectively. As we all have access to the wealth of study guides, advice from other… Continue Reading →
Yeah, that’s right, you heard me. Punctuation. This is going to be the longest of this series (by quite a margin), and really more of an optional read. You should still read it, though, you might learn something.