HAVE some Ben & Jerry’s at an Open Air Cinema, enjoy the near-end of year fun at Coburg Night Market, find out what’s on at the Japanese Film Festival or travel to Yarra Valley and bask in lavanders. Lunnie Gan has your choices this weekend!
HOW do you transfer and leverage skills gained from your part-time gig waiting tables into a professional working environment? Lunnie Gan shares
GET in the spring spirit at Spring Fling Street Festival, uncover some quirky handcrafts at Finders Keepers Market, have a taste of Latin America in the heart of Melbourne, or get your hair cut by a 10-year-old! Lunnie Gan has you covered this weekend.
DESPITE what you might think, you’ll be surprised by how much K-Pop can tackle the male gaze, abusive relationships and sex in general. Lunnie Gan has your K-Pop playlist for SEXtember!
INTERNATIONAL students from Indonesia, Columbia, Brazil, China and Malaysia have just picked up awards at the recent ‘My Melbourne’ storytelling competition. Lunnie Gan has more.
GET out of the city for a festival of lights and a tulip festival, check out the Mooncake Festival at Queen Vic or stock up on some spring reading in East Melbourne. Lunnie Gan has you covered this week.
WHAT do international students think about virgins and virginity? Lunnie Gan chats to seven different students to get their thoughts on how culture, education and friends can set and change their perceptions on on those that have yet to have sex or have sworn off from it.
HOW does spending your Saturday mornings with a spoonful of fluffy hotcakes in one hand and a cup of hot coffee in
VISIT the Melbourne Writers Festival, see what trends are emerging at the Melbourne Spring Fashion Week, get your cosplay on at Animaga, or send off winter at Docklands with a fireworks display. Lunnie Gan has you set this weekend.
CALLING all outstanding Victorian international students! If you consider yourself a model student and can back it up, you may stand a chance to be awarded a cash scholarship of up to $20,000 with the 2016 Victorian International Education Awards. Lunnie Gan reports.
WITNESS guitar magic at Caulfield Racecourse, drink coffee while doing good or have a rummage at Fed Square. Lunnie Gan has
LIVING on $2 dollars a day for an entire week isn’t easy. Lunnie Gan recently undertook the ‘Live Below the Line’ challenge in an effort to draw attention to poverty and shares what she learnt from doing the challenge and her experiences along the way.