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Jessica-Anne Lyons

Jessica-Anne started off as a Meld editorial intern in early 2013 and enjoyed it so much she’s now a regular contributor. Set to graduate from a Bachelor of Communications (Journalism) at RMIT University…

Phoebe Yuen

Phoebe Yuen is a fresh graduate from Monash University, with a double major in public relations and journalism. She joined Meld Magazine in March 2013, hoping to make the most of her overseas…

Juliana Mare

Juliana Mare graduated from Monash University in 2012 with a double major in journalism and international studies. With a passion for pop culture, music and literature, Juliana began at Meld in her final…

Hui Jun Ng

Hui Jun Ng graduates in December 2013 with a Bachelor of Professional Communications (Public Relations and Media) from RMIT University. She is a videographer, self-taught photographer and writer, and has a penchant for…

Diane Leow

Diane Leow is Meld Magazine’s news editor. Read more…

Sarah Khazaal

Sarah Khazaal is a Melbournian who is currently completing her Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing at The University of Melbourne. Sarah started with Meld Magazine in mid 2013 with the hopes of…

Sol Ahn

Sol recently graduated from Monash University with a degree in Communications. In addition to communications, she also majored in Japanese. Sol joined Meld Magazine as a reporter in mid-2013, with the aim of…

Nadia J. Hassan

Nadia is Meld’s video reporter and voiceover artist. Originally from Singapore, she spent 18 years in Malaysia before heading to Australia to pursue a double degree in Media and Communications and International Relations at the…

Timothy Morgan

Tim is Meld’s sport editor. In his final semester at RMIT studying journalism, Tim recently returned from a year-long exchange at the University of Maryland. Born and raised in Melbourne, Tim is AFL…

Shaun Lee

Shaun Lee has been a photographer at Meld Magazine since 2010. When not volunteering his time for Meld, he can be found in Revenue Management with the Intercontinental Hotel Group or moonlighting as a…

Grace Yew

Grace Yew joined Meld Magazine in April 2012, and is currently the tech editor. She’s a fresh (unemployed) graduate of the University of Melbourne, where she majored in Media & Communications. Grace can usually…

Carene Chong

When she’s not making a living in the world of blokey mags (trucks, boats, cars anyone?), Meld lifestyle reporter Carene Chong can be found sipping on a frothy cappucino, listening to k-pop, and revelling in the world of beauty and make-up.

About

Meld Magazine was incorporated as an independent not-for-profit media outlet in September 2008 to reach out to international students in Melbourne, and provide students the opportunity to gain real work experience.

Many international students live in or around the city because of the proximity to their colleges and universities, and that was where we decided to focus our efforts first. Many of us live, work and study locally too. Our editorial team is made of both local and international students, and it has worked to our advantage in providing local content in every sense of the word.

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