International students are always travelling. Be it for family, for school or just for a holiday, long flights can be stressful and boring. Trinity College Foundation studies students Wu Jingwei, Hua Zhenkun and Du Baixuan provide their guide on how you can prepare and survive long haul flights.
What are the best events in Australia that we think are worth travelling for? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Cecilia Tu, Ashley Li and Jalen Yang have the answers.
Are you looking for a place which located not too far from the CBD to chill out after such a worn-out weekend? St Kilda is one of the best places you can choose. Klaus Peng, Jocelyn Huang, Hannah Pham from the Trinity College Foundation Studies show us some of the highlights of this iconic Melbourne suburb.
Fitzroy is one of the hippest and trendiest neighbourhoods in Melbourne. With so much to see and do, Trinity College Foundation Studies students Jessica Felise, Cyan Liang and Lincoln Ju narrow down what you can do in a day in Fitzroy.
Melbourne is an amazing place for people who are interested in the nerdier things in life. Comic book collectors, anime
Hawthorn might not be the first suburb that comes to mind when thinking about local Melbourne hotspots to visit, but as Trinity College Foundation Studies students Cloe Lim, Hannah Liu, Irene Li finds out, there’s plenty to see, do and eat in this vibrant suburb.
Want to know how you can organise a roadtrip like an indie rock band? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Asmita Mohanty, Nurin Hamshi and Wilson Chen speak with Stopgap lead singer Adin Kindermann to see where he and his band visited while they were in Melbourne and ask what students can do to prepare for a rockstar roadtrip.
WHY wait on someone to travel with you when you can just do it on your own? Wing Kuang spoke to two international students who made the decision to travel alone and the benefits they got from it.
MELBOURNE is full of amazing buildings but some of these architectural wonders have a dark past within them. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Coco Chen, Coco Huang, Nancy Lan and Gloria Xiao present three haunted places in Melbourne to you.
NEW to Melbourne and wonder what the city has in store for those consumed by wanderlust? Here’s a little guide from Trinity College Foundation Studies students Alvianty Sumantri, Darshan Bhambhani and Nam King Heang.
UNSURE of where you can comfortably go and spend time alone in as a first-timer in Melbourne? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Jiayi Huo, Thi Mai Quyen Pham and Xuanlian Chen have you covered.
WHERE should students go in the city when they want to impress their partner? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Tamie Tan and Jordy Sugoto offer their tips for students in long-distance relationships.