Experience an amazing night of Indonesian music and celebrate ‘Harmony in Diversity’ at Soundsekerta 2017. Yasmin Khushairi has the details.
Melbourne is an amazing place for people who are interested in the nerdier things in life. Comic book collectors, anime
Author Marcella Purnama’s new book, What I Wish I Had Known, chronicles her experiences as a former international student in Melbourne. Stevi Lee caught up with Marcella to talk about everything from embracing change and her time writing for Meld.
The Emerging Writers’ Festival has everything you need to keep momentum going on your side as a new writer in the world. Tam Tran has more.
Disney’s beloved Aladdin comes to life in the new musical extravaganza to hit Melbourne’s Her Majesty’s Theatre. Stevi Lee gives you a taste of what you can expect from one of this long-awaited show.
Before stunning the Asia Pop Fest crowd with his incredible musicianship, Natalie Ng caught up with the Singaporean singer to discuss music, working with Jay Chou, and previous experience as an international student in the United States.
Despite some turbulence, the team behind the ‘flight plan’ for Artiumnation 2017 provided great live Indonesian entertainment for an evening. Grace Kang has the story.
Headlined by a standout performance from K-Pop superstar Ailee, the best of Asian talent and entertainment came to Melbourne for an evening to remember. Natalie Ng has the story.
Fly to Indonesia with Saman Melbourne as it presents you with some amazing “in-flight entertainment” at the twelfth Artiumnation at Melbourne Town Hall. Grace Kang has the details.
K-Pop superstar Ailee, Singaporean heartthrob Nathan Hartono and more to headline the biggest international student welcome ever at Asia Pop Fest! Natalie Ng has the details.
Tao Ye’s ‘6’ and ‘8’ are a feast for the senses and might even make you re-think what contemporary dance is capable of. Tam Tran reviews the show.
WHERE can you go for the best in Korean shops and restaurants in Melbourne’s CBD? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Kash Ngan, Nathalia Sendjaja and Haojie Wang investigate.