Jay Chou and Hannah Quinlivan’s Daughter Attends School in Australia

After tying the knot in 2015, Jay Chou (周杰倫) and Hannah Quinlivan (昆凌) have been busy raising their two daughters  and son. As Hannah grew up in Australia and her father still lives locally, the couple decided to raise their children there as well.

Their eldest daughter Hathaway is already 7 years old and enrolled in private all-girls school in Australia, Brisbane Girls Grammar School. Providing an exclusive environment, the school’s annual tuition is estimated at US$27,000.

In addition to the basic subjects and courses, the Brisbane Girls Grammar School also offers classes such as creative arts, medicine, and humanities. It also holds an educational partnership with the prestigious Queensland Symphony Orchestra, where students can obtain guidance and performance opportunities with the best musicians in Australia.

Often taking their children with them on works trips and vacations, the power couple allegedly hired a private tutor to accompany their travels to prevent the children from falling behind in schoolwork and learning. In a previous interview, Hannah shared her viewpoint on education, “One of my tips for parents in terms of education is to be reasonable. Listen to what the children have to say, and then communicate openly to come to a compromise that both parent and child can accept.”

Source: World Journal

This article is written by Huynh for JayneStars.com.

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  1. But don’t they still live in Taiwan? So is Hannah’s dad, the grandpa solely going to be responsible for raising their daughter in Australia? So absurd to me. I don’t care how well of an education it is abroad, parents should raise their own kids if they can. And with their financial fortune, she could attend the best school in Taiwan. I guess I’ll never get why people send their kids off to boarding school. Like a lot of HKers send their kids to England at a young age. For a better education? Make their job application more competitive when they come back as adults or what? Why can’t they just wait until college to go off to a foreign country to live by themselves and get an overseas degree? What’s with the push to have these kids move away and be alone for the most part at such a young age?

    1. It’s prob for the immersive environment. Being in Taiwan but attending international school may help, but it won’t help as much as being in that environment. Idk how Hannah does it, but she can prob travel weekly to see her daughter.

  2. Brisbane Grammar School is only for student from Year 5. So this means if what the article says it true, then Hathaway will only be starting her studies there from at least the age of 9/10.

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