Language and cultural barriers may limit how you communicate but with theatre and creativity, how you express yourself is vast. Wing Kuang looks at the Act of Translation, a theatre project aimed at giving international students a means of vocalising their experiences.
For many international students, dance is not only a creative outlet but a sense of belonging. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Aldo Tasbur, Gwen Tan and Shirley Li spotlight dancer Pearl Tasbur and her journey!
Clubs and societies can help students engage and feel at home. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Angelique Lukman, Sam Ye and Eve Wu talk to the Cantonese Student Association (CSA) to find out their best practices in stuent engagement.
How do you actually break into Melbourne’s sneakerhead community? Trinity Foundation Foundation Studies students Jessica Xia, Spencer Zhang and Barbara Rosas interview an avid sneaker collector.
Singaporean-Australian artist Shannan Lim talks about his new show, The Yonder and the importance of original and diverse stories in theatre. Yasmin Khushairi has the interview.
Gaming experiences can be a bit different in Australia than it is in China. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Sarini Wijekoon and Jessica Wang talk to Fiona Wang, a Chinese international student and gamer who shares her story.
Who says you can’t turn your hobbies and interests into a living? Singapore-born, Melbourne raised artist Dawn Tan proves that you definitely can. In addition to drawing and painting, Dawn also makes soaps and runs workshops for people of all ages. In this interview, Trinity College Foundation Studies students Evangelyn Goh and Cocoperry Yang got the chance to get to know Dawn and her heart behind her art.
Applications have opened for this year’s Victorian International Education Awards! Alain Nguyen explains how you can apply.
How do you turn a hobby into a business? Learn how former international students Alicia Andiani and Ribka Kusnadi turned their love of flowers into their now successful business, Fleur De Lis.
The launch of co-working space, Outcome-Hub promises to bring international students and graduates new opportunities to find an internship, network and start their own business.
How do you start a small business from home and ensure that it flourishes? Fleur de Lis’ self-taught florists, Alicia Andiani and Ribka Kusnadi, share their story. Stevi Lee has more.
Indian student Preeti Bhandurge can do it all. A former tennis professional tennis player and a current advocate of Indian culture, women’s rights and sports, this Victoria University student has a story that can inspire all. Natalie Ng has the story.