I did my first two years in a college in Malaysia and the balance of my two years here in the University of Tasmania.
I'm studying law. I live in John Fisher College which is part of the accommodation services at the university. And I love my room, the views, the view of it's fantastic.
After two years here, yes, I'm graduating in a single degree in a Bachelors of Law. I received a partial scholarship from a KDU college where I was studying. To come here though my parents have funded for this and I'm really grateful for them.
Yeah, it's important for us to come out of Malaysia to this graduation. I think it's to give him the support, to tell him that we are supporting him in what he's doing and we are really proud of him and I think that kind of moral encouragement is important to give him that boost to study more in his career.
One of the best moments of my life to see my son graduate and to see him be on his own, yeah. So, letting him fly and be what he wants to be. It's a great feeling. Yeah, very good.
Okay, now I'm with all the other graduates.
It means a lot to me that my parents and my brother and my aunt could come here. It's a long journey and taking the time off, even my brother's skipping classes to come here. And I'm very happy for them to be there to celebrate this moment with me.
Really broadens the mind and it gives them a whole new environment where they can learn to flow in, to blend in with a new culture and to realise their potential. I believe that being in a new country helps them to realise their potential better.
In the next few months I'll still be here and I've had opportunity to work for a law firm at a small internship for a month and then I'll start my course, the Masters in International Business.
Yep, enjoying the Aussie beer right here, right now.