Get your geek on, ice skate in Fed Square, celebrate winter with fireworks or shop your way around Melbourne’s independent design scene. Wing Kuang has you covered this weekend.
Are international students giving anything up when they adopt an English name? Wing Kuang talks with students to find out.
Five Australian universities have entered the 2018 QS World University Rankings top 50. Wing Kuang reveals which universities made the cut.
Tears were shed and communities were strengthened as day two of the 2017 Melbourne International Student Conference showed what true teamwork and collaboration was capable of achieving. Wing Kuang has more.
If you’re a new international student in Victoria, you’ve likely encountered the Student Welcome Desk at Melbourne Airport. Wing Kuang speaks to one of the desk’s staff members and reveals why the Student Welcome Desk is important in building a positive international study experience.
Before becoming a Chinese celebrity as Dashan, Mark Rowswell was an international student in China whose life experiences have helped him become one of the biggest names in Chinese comedy today. Wing Kuang caught up with the comedian before his shows at this year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
Hang out at Moomba, check out some French films, empower your peers or become a Pokemon master. Wing Kuang’s got you covered this long weekend.
ENJOY one of Australia’s biggest street festivals, learn about Indian literature, celebrate Lantern Festival or engage with Japanese artists. Wing Kuang has your guide for what’s on this weekend.
WHY wait on someone to travel with you when you can just do it on your own? Wing Kuang spoke to two international students who made the decision to travel alone and the benefits they got from it.
AFTER some quality Chinese cinema? Wing Kuang has you covered with selections from the upcoming Golden Koala Chinese Film Festival.
STUDENTS still look to grades as the defining factor for future professional success but this outdated mindset couldn’t be further from the truth. Wing Kuang dispels the myth around academic success and a graduate’s employability.