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Malaysia Festival 2015: Capturing An Era and a Journey of Rediscovery

THE annual Malaysia Festival returns to Sydney for its 25th year with an exciting line-up of food, fun and culture. Get a taste of Malaysian diverse cuisine, try your hand at Malaysian traditional games, and try on a traditional Malaysian costume as Nicole Tee dishes out the details.

Fiesta Malaysia 2015: Celebrating cultural heritage and diversity

COME and experience the spirit of diversity at Fiesta Malaysia 2015! The annual festival has returned this year to Federation Square, promising fantastic food, performances and many more. Jonathan Lian has more on the festivities.

Melbourne Business School opens headquarters in Malaysia

THE Melbourne Business School sets up its first international headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia as part of a bid to strengthen ties between the school and its Asian partners. Stephen Clarke reports.

The Weekender: October 10 – 12

ENJOY a two-week festival around the CBD, visit a new weekend market in Coburg, listen to some inspiring tunes in South Bank or delve into Malaysian culture at the Queen Victoria Market. Daniel Driscoll has you covered this weekend.

Students to engage prominent leaders at Malaysian Aspiration Summit 2014

STUDENTS from across Victoria are preparing to meet with Malaysia’s prominent leaders at the Malaysian Aspiration Summit taking place in Melbourne this weekend. Cally Sheng has more.

What’s your Malaysian dream?

THE Malaysian Aspiration Summit is an opportunity for Malaysians to make their dreams heard, writes Malaysian Aspiration Program director Ooi Ken Lin. He shares his dreams for Malaysia in the lead-up to the event taking place this Sunday September 28.

Malaysia Festival 2014: Where Culture Shines and Diversity Defines

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.

Is your education worth the money?

IF you’re studying in Australia, you’re probably paying about 16 per cent more than your fellow international students in America. Marina Solomon shares some interesting research findings on the value of education as well as parents’ attitudes and behaviours towards children’s education globally.

Marina Mahathir urges young Malaysians to keep an open mind

MALAYSIA’S Marina Mahathir has a message for international students – keep an open mind, and think about what you’re sowing into. She also has some surprising advice for students wondering if they should go home after graduation.

A Melburnian Merdeka and other Matters

WHAT does being Malaysian mean to you? Nigel Chee reflects on the various definitions of being a Malaysian living in Australia as the nation celebrates her 57th year of independence this coming Sunday.

MH17 crash: Former Melbourne University student from Penang among the dead

FORMER University of Melbourne student Elaine Teoh has been identified as one of the victims on Malaysia Airlines flight 17. The University of Melbourne is offering a range of support services for staff and students affected by the news. Diane Leow reports.

The Weekender: May 23 – 25

GRAB a beer at the Royal Exhibition Centre, get a taste of Malaysia at Fed Square, celebrate the modern man at the Kelvin Club or watch some old school tap dancing at the Palais. Daniel Driscoll has you covered this weekend.

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