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Raffles College students on what it takes to bring your game to PAX Australia 2016

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 react to controversial Jessica Wongso trial and sentencing

INDONESIAN students in Melbourne weigh in on the trial and sentencing of Jessica Wongso. Hieu Chau has the story.

The Weekender: October 28 – 30

IT’S a spooktacular weekend ahead as Halloween festivities run wild across the city. Hieu Chau has you covered with this weekend’s events.

Victorian International Education Awards 2016 finalists announced

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.

The Weekender: October 21 – 23

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.

ACYA VIC Bilingual Language Competition 2016 winners announced

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.

Highlights from 2016 Lavazza Italian Film Festival

SEE nothing but the very best in Italian filmmaking when the Lavazza Italian Film Festival makes its return this September! Hieu Chau has more.

SEXtember 2016: It’s all a matter of perspective

SEXTEMBER is back and this year we’re aiming to broaden international students’ perspectives on sex, gender and identity. Find out how you can contribute your own stories and what you can expect from this year’s campaign!

The Weekender: September 2 – 4

EXPLORE the cinematic worlds of South Korea, sample Japan’s anime culture, make new friends with photography or support the future of designers and crafters this weekend! Hieu Chau has you covered.

Mamak restaurant operators fined $300,000 after years of underpayment and exploitation

MASSIVE penalties have been issued to operators of Malaysian restaurant brand, Mamak, after an investigation found deliberate underpayment and falsified records led to former staff being paid $11 an hour. Hieu Chau has more.

State Government to deliver improved bus services as new semester begins

THE Andrews Labor Government has announced it will deliver improved bus services for Victorian universities as the first semester of 2016 kicks off. Hieu Chau has more.

The Weekender: November 6 – 8

INDULGE in good food, celebrate Diwali, shop for new kitsch items or have a night of laughs. It’s all happening this weekend as Hieu Chau brings you the highlights.

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