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Asia TOPA Review: Tao Ye’s ‘6’ and ‘8’

Tao Ye’s ‘6’ and ‘8’ are a feast for the senses and might even make you re-think what contemporary dance is capable of. Tam Tran reviews the show.

How you can get the best out of Asia TOPA

Unsure of what to see at Asia TOPA? Tam Tran breaks down the program and suggests how you can get the most out of your time and money from the Asia-Pacific arts celebration.

The Weekender: February 3 – 5

DANCE to some Asian pop tunes, witness Aussie sporting history happen, celebrate Indigenous culture or stare at strangers all in attempt to transcend what you know about connection. Tam Tran has your picks this weekend.

‘Lights by Dreamworks’ exhibition to illuminate Rosebud

TRAVEL to one of Victoria’s gorgeous seaside towns and see your favourite Dreamworks characters as giant lanterns! Tam Tran has more on the Lights by Dreamworks exhibition.

The Whisktakers: How to cook up sweet success with three former int’l students

SWEETS and treats from Mauritius can be hard to come by in Melbourne, but The Whisktakers look to change that. Tam Tran caught up with the three-person team to talk about Mauritian pastries and how these former international students began their humble home business.

Why rental rights are important to int’l students and what you need to know

WHAT are your rental rights and responsibilities? Tam Tran has tips on how international students can better protect themselves as tenants.

The Weekender: December 16 – 18

GET your groove on at the O2 Spring Jam, seek out indigenous Australian art, witness a West Melbourne car park come to life through street art or shop around in Kensington Market. Tam Tran has you covered this weekend!

The Weekender: December 2 – 4

SHOP around early for Christmas gifts, get a sense of the arts and culture around town or buy comics for $1.00 at Kathleen Syme Library. Tam Tran has your highlights for this weekend!

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Meld Magazine was incorporated as an independent not-for-profit media outlet in September 2008 to reach out to international students in Melbourne, and provide students the opportunity to gain real work experience.

Many international students live in or around the city because of the proximity to their colleges and universities, and that was where we decided to focus our efforts first. Many of us live, work and study locally too. Our editorial team is made of both local and international students, and it has worked to our advantage in providing local content in every sense of the word.

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