Just like many other freshmen, studying overseas has definitely broadened my limited horizon. In 2009, a significant changed has occurred in my life. I was sent to a private girls’ boarding school, known as Clayfield College, located in Brisbane, Australia. Life as a boarder was difficult but fulfilling. Having to spend almost 24 hours a day together, the girls have learnt to support each other during rough times.
Clayfield College has provided many great opportunities for me in both the academic-wise as well as other extracurricular activities. During our senior year, students were highly encouraged to take on responsibility while contributing back to the community. Overall, my time at Clayfield College is filled with astounding unforgettable memories which includes, swimming carnivals, inter-house cross-country, assembly MC, Badminton Captain, and all of the very supporting teachers and students.
Many doors have opened to me after leaving Clayfield College. I was very lucky to have received offers to various international and local universities and not to mention a scholarship from CUHK. It was a tough call, but I’m now an undergraduate studying at the University of Sydney undertaking the Bachelor of Engineering- Biomedical. I would like to thanks AAC for introducing such a great school and a special thank you goes to Joshua Tang who has continuously assisted me on many and also being an excellent mentor for the past years and many more to come.