Jennifer Lie

Freelance Journalist

Location icon Australia

Jennifer Lie just graduated with Bachelor of Communications degree at Deakin University, majoring in Journalism and Public Relations.

She wrote for D*scribe, an online student news platform for final year journalism students of Deakin University. This e-portfolio showcases her work at D*scribe.

She worked as a freelancer for BUSET Magazine, an Indonesian community magazine based in Australia, where she wrote about Indonesian community events, successful Indonesian profiles and current issues in Indonesia.

Aussies are dancing back to their roots

It was International Dance Day two weeks ago and Australia celebrated it with its own very style. Big Dance 2018 is participated by more than 6,000 people from all across Australia. People all over from Melbourne, Lilydale, Castlemaine, Sydney, Canberra and Darwin danced together at the same time.

Unique sleeping: Weird fad or efficient innovation?

The time is ticking. You have 24 hours to finish your 3,000 words essay that you haven't got a chance to tackle. On top of that, you have two weeks left before your back to back exams. You go to yo...

The benefits of bullet journaling and why you should start NOW

I'm pretty sure all of you have seen or heard the term 'bullet journaling' or what people often shorten as 'bujo'. The trend has been sweeping our social media with a lot of inspirations of pretty spreads where you can channel your 'inner creativity' with various colours, drawings and washi tapes.

Why sleep is crucial for students

It was World Sleep Day last Friday, a day to commemorate the importance of sleep in our lives. But let's face it, sleeping hasn't been a priority in our lives, especially when our assignments are almost due or exam week is coming up. But did you know that sleep deprivation has impacts on our learning ability?

Will an e-portfolio help you get a job?

For final year students, the pressure to get a job can be overwhelming and terrifying. According to a report released by Brotherhood of St Laurence in 2017, almost a third of Australian young people (15-24 years old) were unemployed or underemployed, the highest rate ever since the count began.

Is the Marvel Avengers STATION worth your time going?

Last month, an exhibition was built right at the centre of Melbourne that fit right into the hearts of superhero fans: it's the Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. According to its website, it will cost you $35 (for an adult) to get in. But is it worth your time and money?

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