BY NAN YONG The figures display that there were over half a million overseas students choose to study in Australia last year. The figures from Department of Education and Training shows that there were 712,884 international students enrolled in the courses of higher education, ELICOS, vocational education, school education and non-award. Compare to ten years ago, the… Continue reading Records of international students studying in Australia reaches peak in 2016, and the number continues to grow in 2017
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10102699972191495&set=pb.61412370.-2207520000.1493895991.&type=3&theater @SteveKoehler22 on twitter posted that “20 million people live in refugee camps. Half are children. https://mobile.twitter.com/stevekoehler22/status/857177480289013762. The data in 2016 indicates that there are 21.3 million people are refugee among 65.3 million homeless people. They live in refugee camps and over half of them are under the age of 18. The word’s five largest… Continue reading 20 Million People Live In Refugee Campus and Half of Them Are Children
14 kilometers of new bicycle highway is planned for cyclists which link Melbourne's west to the city. Included in the plan is a 2.5 kilometer "bicycle highway" over Footscray Road. The bicycle superhighway is first come to Melbourne city and it was implemented in European cities like Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Berlin. Infrastructure Victoria has proposed the cycle "highways" at a cost… Continue reading ‘Bicycle super highway’ planned for Melbourne could be coming to CBD.