RACE around Melbourne and feel more at home with the city as you and a team of four compete in AFIS’ Amazing Race 2.0. Antonina Mtanu has all the details.
CATCH an avant-garde film, be intrigued by an automobile design exhibition, see electric splashes of colour illuminated over buildings, and delight your tastebuds with warm Japanese savoury pancakes. Nicole Tee has more on how to spend your weekend.
EARLIER this year, 96 Japanese exchange students were invited to attend a a traditional ‘Coming of Age Ceremony’, hosted by the Victorian Government. Daniel Driscoll spoke with Japanese students from Swinburne University to get their thoughts on what being an adult is all about.
ART, science and culture come together for Melbourne’s first ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE festival with a variety of free art and culture exhibitions for students to get involved with. Emily Umstad has more.
YOUR one-stop shop for international students’ informational and entertainment needs can be found at Study Melbourne Info Day this March 14. Darren Boon has more information.
REGISTER now to win some fantastic prizes at the first Accommodation and Living Fair for international students coming up on March 12! Best of all… it’s free!
NIGHT markets are a popular hangout destination for many in Melbourne and offer a festive vibe. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Cherry Li, Carissa Andiani, Maleakhi Wijaya provide their suggestions on which markets to visit!
EXPLORE fire and food trucks at the Docklands, swing to jazz tunes at the Melbourne Women’s International Jazz Festival, check out vaudeville and cabaret acts at the Speakeasy HQ or visit the AFC Asian Cup football park at Fed Square! Anthea Batsakis keeps you in the loop for this weekend’s events.
MELBOURNE’s outdoor cinemas have come out to play once again as the summer season starts to kick in. Hieu Chau presents the top four outdoor cinemas for you to check out this summer.
WELCOME the Christmas season with the launch of the Christmas Festival, party at Fed Square on Election Day in Democracy Live, grab some early Christmas gifts at the Etsy Night Out, or kick back at the Docklands Festival of Giving. Anthea Batsakis gives you the vibe for this weekend.
IMMERSE yourself in a wide array of vibrant, contemporary Asian arts at the upcoming Mapping Melbourne festival. Allan Tanoemarga is here to fill you in with the details.
EAT an array of Asian food at the Night Noodle Market and at Chinatown’s Pop-up Night Market, shop for uniquely designed products at Fed Square’s Markit and say bonjour to the Paris to Provence Festival. Anthea Batsakis takes you through this weekend’s events.