BRUNSWICK Music Festival – the melting pot of live music, cuisine, and multiculturalism – is coming to Melbourne this March.
THE holiday season is here! This long Christmas and Boxing Day weekend, partake in water balloon fights, enjoy a concert at the Royal Botanic Gardens, or watch Christmas lights projections in the city. Dea Putra brings you the details for the events unfolding this weekend.
SHOP your way through a warehouse of pre-loved discount clothing, marvel at iconic artworks in the NGV, watch classic anime films at the ACMI or learn about The Art of Christmas at Melbourne Central. Dea Putra guides you through this weekend’s hottest events!
THIS weekend is all about film, food, and the open air. Watch cult classics in a silent cinema, enjoy street food right al fresco, and bask in the glorious art of Star Wars. Dea Putra lets you in on the highlights for this weekend.
WONG Fu Productions will return to Australian shores this December and present their first feature film, Everything Before Us. Dea Putra has the details on how you can meet the beloved YouTube stars behind Wong Fu and see their new film.
IN its ongoing commitment to improve the living experience of international students who come to Victoria for study each year, the Study Melbourne Student Centre has been officially awarded for their efforts by the International Education Association of Australia (IEAA). Dea Putra has more.
DOES the notion of buying secondhand clothing sound iffy or foreign to you? Dea Putra tells you more about the joys of thrift shopping, and how it’s not at all bad.
SURROUND yourself with Chinese lanterns, get your geek on at the AMC Expo, enjoy the Spring Fling Festival or see a film or two at this year’s Greek Film Festival. Dea Putra provides her highlights for the weekend.
IT’S hard enough being a student studying abroad but how much harder would it be if you were transgender international student? Dea Putra spoke to one transgender male student about his journey and addresses the misconceptions surrounding transgender people.
EVERY year since 2007, the Indonesian Student Association of Australia’s (PPIA) Monash University branch bring a batch of popular Indonesian musicians to perform in Melbourne. Dea Putra attended the event and shares her highlights of Soundsekerta 2015.
RECOGNISING a need to create a safe and supportive community for LGBTIQ international students to feel comfortable being themselves, Victorian Aids Council and Study Melbourne will be opening a space for those reluctant to visit their university’s queer spaces. Dea Putra has more.
FOLLOWING the cancellation of the controversial “Operation Fortitude”, we speak to several international students to get their opinions over the Australian Border Force’s cancelled visa fraud crackdown in Melbourne’s CBD. Dea Putra reports.