Emily is back with another easy breakfast recipe! What’s a good way to spend chill mornings other than a congee? read more to see how to make these delicious and warm meal.
Do you often tell your parents about your anxiousness? Growing up we often don’t talk about mental health. And now it’s impacting your studies. Emily Hua reports.
The Food Series brings you a warm toasty miso soup for that cold early morning. Written by contributor Emily Hua
Emily Hua brings you a series of recipes to make your breakfast the best meal you have in lockdown!
Rather than steaming/frying your dumplings, why not try this recipe to bring your dumpling game to a gourmet level.
Emily Hua tackles internet food trends in Meld’s new food series.
Sometimes it seems like sex is all we talk about and while it is perfectly normal, what about those who don’t see sex as a priority? Emily Hua explores how some are opposing hookup culture.
In 2017 then RMIT University student Ji Song brought home $5000 in scholarship money awarded by the Tertiary Scholarship Fund. Now, he reflects on life after the scholarship.
We often hear of people snatching up milk powder at our local grocery stores but why? And why are many international students taking a part in it? Emily Hua explores the many facets of the ‘Daigou lifestyle’.
Nannet was her breakout Netflix performance, now she is onto bigger and better things. Following her Australian performance at MICF, Hannah Gadsby has since gone on to have her own TED Talk. For those of you who missed out on her Aussie stint, Emily Hua has got you covered.
Be You – Be Scene wraps up with its final performance that brought laughter and tears to the audience. Emily reports on their portrayal of international student life.
Meld Magazine’s Emily Hua had a chat with City of Melbourne Councilor Philip Le Liu about his passion of representing International Student voice in the coffee city.