FOR Vietnamese student Minh Duong, studying in Australia has been challenging. He was attacked by Neo-Nazis, ran into visa issues and was not permitted to enter Australia for three years. Now, Minh is back in Melbourne and will start his final year at university. Diane Leow reports.
THE man behind the petition that has put Australian immigration minister in the spotlight says he wasn’t out to fault the government. Diane Leow reports.
IMMIGRATION minister Scott Morrison says the Australian Consulate is assisting gang attack victim Minh Duong in Vietnam while his department investigates visa discrepancy. Diane Leow reports.
TO East Malaysian students, SugarBun is a well-known fast-food chain. Diane Leow chats with the owners of the newly opened Melbourne store to find out why Sugarbun is so well-loved.
A health alert has been issued following a heatwave in Melbourne, which has caused temperatures to spike above 40 degrees celsius for five days. Diane Leow reports.
CAKE maestro Adriano Zumbo has finally brought his whimsical creations down south and opened a Melbourne store. Diane Leow drops by and gives you her verdict.
STAYING in Melbourne this Christmas? Don’t miss the Boulevard’s spectacular display of Christmas lights! Diane Leow and Nadia J.H. bring you a sneak peek.
FOR many like Meld photographer and graphic designer Rachel Gan and reporter Diane Leow, the Big Design Market experience was like they had died and gone to design heaven. They bring you a snapshot from there.
Local student organisations and universities are raising funds to assist in the relief efforts following Typhoon Haiyan. Diane Leow reports.
RAMEN has finally caught on in Melbourne. Meld’s resident foodie Diane Leow gives her verdict on the city’s latest offering: Shop Ramen.
Despite the high cost of studying in Australia, the University of Melbourne remains a popular choice among international students for its strong performance on global rankings. Diane Leow reports.
ENTREPRENEUR, ex-international student and Momo Sushi founder Robin Yong shares his ever-growing success story. Diane Leow catches up with him… over sushi, of course.