Grace Yew guides you through the wonders of the Royal Melbourne Show. From rides to woodchop,showbags to sheep judging and munchies to Masterchef contests, there’s lots to see and do.
A herd of elephants has invaded the city of Melbourne – fibreglass elephants, that is. Grace Yew explains why they’re here. Plus check out the really cool video our videographer Julian Tay made!
THE ultimate Japanese animation festival Reel Anime returns to Australian screens this September. Grace Yew tells you more about the films on show.
IT’S been almost two months since ACMI launched its Game Masters exhibition. But as Grace Yew reports, there’s still lots to look forward to – from acclaimed to DJs to workshops on how to build your own apps.
EVER wanted to put your love for Diablo 3 into song? Or cook up some spaghetti a la Super Mario? ACMI is giving gamers a chance to test their musical and culinary skills in competitions Game Masters Super Chef and Sonic Sensations. Grace Yew has more.
GRACE Yew introduces you to an exciting new performance company, Hydra Poesis, who’s latest show is bringing new ideas, images and actions to the forefront of stage performance.
WHAT does it take to succeed in the game development industry? Grace Yew spoke to Firemint founder Rob Murray at Games Masters and uncovered the secrets.
ARE international students so different from the rest of Australian society? That’s a question the “First Generation of Multicultural Australians and International Students” forum explored. Grace Yew reports.
Meld’s Grace Yew conquered a giant queue and battled her way through bustling crowds – all to attend Australia’s ultimate sci-fi/ fantasy convention, Oz Comic-Con and check out the likes of Stan Lee, Patrick Stewart and more.
FIND out how former international student from Malaysia Tish Tambakau turned a university project into Mister Mode, a thriving multicultural night market in an unbridled celebration of fashion, music and art.
WELCOME to DokiDoki Station, the latest maid cafe to open shop in Melbourne, offering everything from food to games to a choice of service demeanours.
GRACE Yew delves into the decline of bookstores, the inevitable e-book domination and the places where you can still buy a good old paperback in Melbourne.