Catch free Indian films at Fed Square, watch world-class films at MIFF, travel out to the Yarra Valley for a hot chocolate festival or keep it close by going to the Batman Night Market in Coburg. Hieu Chau takes you to the best events this weekend.
Celebrate Indonesia’s independence at Temu Lawak, a musical comedy drama organised by the Indonesian Students Association in Victoria (PPIA Victoria). Hieu Chau has more.
How can students and industry professionals work together to ensure a better future for international students in Australia? ISANA asks at its annual State Conference. Hieu Chau has the details.
Two popular Chinese restaurants are alleged to have underpaid its employees a total of $30,995. Hieu Chau has the report.
Witness the best of Australia’s indie pro-wrestling scene, catch a few documentaries, experience the beauty of Indian culture or celebrate the legacy of Nelson Mandela. Hieu Chau has you set for this weekend.
New visa arrangements have been made to enable Singaporean travellers easier access into Australia. Hieu Chau has more.
GAMES about bubble tea, a Donald Trump parody and a cyberpunk dystopia by students from Sydney’s Raffles College were recently demonstrated at PAX Australia 2016. Hieu Chau chats to students Eshlie Alcantara, John Huynh and Carlo Bruzesse about their journey to PAX.
INDONESIAN students in Melbourne weigh in on the trial and sentencing of Jessica Wongso. Hieu Chau has the story.
IT’S a spooktacular weekend ahead as Halloween festivities run wild across the city. Hieu Chau has you covered with this weekend’s events.
NOMINEES for this year’s prestigious Victorian International Education Awards have been announced. Find out which international students have been recognised for their contributions and efforts. Hieu Chau has the story.
SAMPLE Melbourne’s best dumplings, celebrate India’s festival of lights, go on a three-day shopping spree and find cute designs at the Little Sparrow Market. Hieu Chau has you set for the weekend.
STUDENT competitors of Australia-China Youth Association Victoria’s Bilingual Language Competition faced off on September 22 with only two finalists emerging as winners that evening. Hieu Chau has the story.