IF you were to start your study in Australia all over again, would you do it differently? Trinh Le reflects on his experience studying abroad and shares what he has learnt outside of textbooks.
THE new Metro Tunnel project will make commuting easier for everyone but there’s a catch! Trinh Le has the details.
EMPLOYEES at a Brisbane 7-Eleven store were allegedly forced to handle back half of their pay to the store franchisee, in a practice known as “cash back” scam. Trinh Le has more.
MELBOURNE has once again proven itself to be the most liveable city in the world, with the installation of the country’s largest and fastest free Wi-Fi network across the CBD. Trinh Le has the details on how you can connect to the network.
SEXtember: Giselle Au-Nhien Nguyen talks about her first time and how it changed her perspective on sex
TO MOST people who originate from conservative Asian societies, it’s hard to just talk about sex without embarrassing anyone. Writer Giselle Au-Nhien Nguyen spoke with Trinh Le about her own story of overcoming this fear and why it’s important to open up about it.
DO you think the current post-study work visa increases your chance of employment in Australia? What do you think can be done to improve your post-study experience? Trinh Le reports on a new research project about the employability of international graduates.
FUEL your inner femme fatale at the IFFM2016, go treasure-hunting at Coburg, sample mouth-watering Asian street food, or improve your photography skills with other photoholics. Trinh Le suggests four things to do this weekend in Melbourne!
NEW Australian of the Year, Gary Lee, has long supported international students in his line of work and continues to advocate for their welfare. Trinh Le caught up with Lee to talk about his recent award, his past voluntary experiences and his love of Australia’s diversity.
WHAT matters to you? This question shaped the second day of the Melbourne International Student Conference 2016 and got students to find their niche, work towards that ideal and to surround themselves with a network of people who support their cause. Trinh Le has the highlights of day two.
AUTOMATION, globalisation, and flexibility are just a few keywords being discussed in this year’s Future Focus Forum, co-hosted by Meld Community and the City of Melbourne. Trinh Le brings you all the details of what you’ve missed on how to best prepare for the future job market.
THE PILOT of Ronny Chieng: International Student involves a book, some blokes and lots of booze — which pretty much sums up a typical campus life in Australia, or at least that from an international student’s perspective. Trinh Le reviews this ‘moderately pumped’ sitcom that any student can relate to.
CATCH Andy Warhol and Ai Weiwei before they leave for good, experience a Broadway spectacular, take part in a traditional Australian ceremony or rediscover the history of the arts in Southbank. Trinh Le has your long weekend covered.