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Moon Festival

The Moon Festival, also known as the Mid-Autumn festival, is one of the most important events in the Chinese calendar, celebrating the harvest of the year. The festival is held on the 15th day of the eighth month in Lunar calendar, this year, on Friday, 13th of September. There is a Chinese saying about the […]

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Spring

  Have you realised people get happier on spring? The reason is because flowers are magical, delicate and remind us of the wonders of life. 🌷 Spring starts on 1st of September. Celebrate the season of the colours!

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Student Experience

The experience of living overseas involves commitment, passion and effort. Choosing the right course, the destination and the college are just a few of them. But when you know about other experiences of people that have been through this kind of adventure, it can clarify your mind about the best decision to be taken. Victor […]

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Orientation Day July 2019

Today we had our orientation day at BIA. It was amazing to see new students and our friendly team welcoming all of you. We are looking forward to seeing you all on next Monday (July, 8) for intake date. Welcome to Business Institute of Australia, we hope we can make of this experience, a great […]

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Times Education Logo

It was a long and tedious process when it comes to trademark registration. However, “Times Education” logo was finally approved after eight months of official reviews and examination by the Australian Trademark Office. It is an important milestone for Times Education as we enter a new era of global marketing and branding to position ourselves […]

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Open Day 2019

Our annual Open Day was held last Thursday at Hyatt hotel. It was a stunning night and a great success filled with amazing people. The dinner was well-attended by our agents and professionals of education industry. Our directors and investors could share the outcomes and goals of Times Education group while our guests enjoyed dinner, […]

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Dragon Boat Festival 2019

Duanwu Festival(Dragon Boat Festival) 🐉is a folk festival celebrated for over 2,000 years, when Chinese people practice various customs thought to dispel disease, and invoke good health. Some of the most traditional customs include dragon boat racing, eating sticky rice dumplings (zongzi), hanging Chinese mugwort and calumus, drinking realgar wine, and wearing perfume pouches.  

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