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.
IF you’re staying behind for Christmas and New Year’s these holidays, check out some of the events the Trinity College Foundation Studies students have chosen for you to do! Trinity students Tiffany Ma, Ai Matsumoto and Trinh Pham have the details.
ACMI presents China Up Close, a summer season of art, films and live events that explore Chinese culture and society. Marina Solomon has the details.
FINDING it hard to break out of your comfort zone? The upcoming Home Away from Home workshop is an ideal starting point for students to have fun, connect and develop self-confidence to better engage the local community and students from diverse cultural backgrounds. Manuella Silveira has more.
THE inaugural Melbourne International Student Conference was a weekend of inspiration, learning, personal and professional development, networking and encouraging entrepreneurship to plug gaps in the community for the 100 delegates in attendance. Faridah Wu brings you the highlights.
FEATURING a number of food stalls and performances all day long from some of Malaysia’s hottest personalities, Sydneysiders will be able to celebrate Malaysian culture this September. Manuella Silveira has the details.
ENTREPRENEURSHIP, collaboration and innovation will be the focus of the inaugural Melbourne International Student Conference, featuring keynote speakers Malaysian artist-architect “Red” Hong Yi and Mayibuye Cambodia founder Zoe Condliffe, as well as business and HR experts. Find out how you can take part.