WHEN Manesh Nesaratnam was a student at Monash University, he loved watching movies. Now, he’s helping hundreds of Malaysians make their own. Find out how the creative director of Malaysian production house Sunny Stories has transformed the business of filmmaking into a community experience.
TIME’S fun when you’re having flies. Oops. We mean, time flies when you’re having fun. How quickly has 2010 sped by? The Australia Conservation Foundation (ACF) has come up with some pretty nifty gift ideas as Christmas and the New Year draws near.
FANCY seeing your creations published in a cookbook? Meld Magazine is embarking on a little community project to publish a cookbook for our neighbourhood! We’re looking for residents, students, workers and business owners from all over Carlton to contribute recipes representing a piece of their cultural heritage.
MELBOURNE recently played host to one of Korea’s most influential female figures in the arts. Meld reporter Cambell Klose catches up with Dr. Kim Hong-hee at the annual Arts Asia Future forum to find out how the proliferation of art online is changing the world.
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Re0fdrdsLPk[/youtube] Former Prime Minister of Malaysia Dr Mahathir Mohammed will be visiting Melbourne University next month for a seminar organised by Kelab Umno Australia Melbourne (KUAM). Seminar Pembangunan Insan 2010 will be held…
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Re0fdrdsLPk[/youtube] . Are we ready for 1Malaysia: Does race still play a part? Former Prime Minister of Malaysia Dr Mahathir Mohammed will be visiting Melbourne University next month for a seminar organised by…
THE selection of films at Melbourne’s first Environmental Film Festival promises to blow you out of the water, exploring both hot-button and obscure topics, from crude oil and its impact on Nigeria, to society’s obsessions with bottled water and the plastic bag, to the mysterious disappearance of bees around the world.
LIKE the way an artist prepares his canvas, the secret to looking a million bucks is getting your foundation right. Beauty columnist Roseanne Tang takes you through the process step-by-step, from choosing the right colour for your skin to achieving that natural, flawless finish.