Beach Smarts for Life is a program to introduce Chinese international students to Australian surf lifesaving and beach culture.
Professor Lily Xiao is a world-leading expert on caring for people with dementia.
The plan was hatched over a long lunch in Sydney’s Chinatown.
“That’s quite appropriate in a Chinese context,” says Stephen FitzGerald, who was one of the diners that day. “You never do anything serious without discussing it over a meal.”
It was such a desperate experiment that he didn’t dare tell his wife.
Barry Marshall was a doctor at the Royal Perth Hospital in 1981 when he became convinced that stomach ulcers were caused by bacteria. That was a big leap from the prevailing wisdom at the time that considered stress to be the underlying factor.
Jessica is studying in Melbourne to become a psychologist.
But the Chinese international student says her chosen profession doesn’t mean her mental health takes care of itself.
Amanda Davenport needed a game plan.
She was working for a hotel chain when the COVID-19 pandemic began and knew things were about to get tough in her industry.
Our Advisory Board is headed by Chairman Pru Bennett, a senior business leader who lived in Hong Kong and has travelled extensively through China.