Welcome the new year by cooling off with Summer cocktails, eat your way around The Food Truck Park, shop for gifts and decoratives at the Blender Artist market or explore Americana food in Australia. We’ve got your weekend covered!
Despite a gloomy start to the week, there is plenty to do during the weekend. Grab a lobster roll, groove to some African music, watch a movie outdoors and more! Hieu Chau has you sorted.
Relive 90s nostalgia and celebrate Tamagotchi’s 20th birthday! Have all the fun of owning a pet with none of the responsibility!
Hidden in the quiet Melbourne suburb of Balwyn, One Plus Piece cafe boasts a large range of burgers named after aspects of the pirate anime One Piece!
Love anime? What about espresso martinis? Or browsing markets for handmade goods? This weekend is for you!
Experience gaming glory, match gourmet Viet food with Euro beers or celebrate the wonderful cultures of the South East Asian regions. What’s your plan for the weekend?
Sometimes, the ones who struggle the most appear to be the most ‘normal’. Minh Giang shares her deeply personal story of how she has had to cope with the sudden loss of her friend in Vietnam.
During Mental Health Week, Meld will be bringing to you a series of articles that aim to assist, educate and inform international students on what to do to improve their mental wellbeing. Stories will also include guides for students who may have a friend or family member undergoing mental issues.
Victim blaming, the clear divide between men and women, catcalling and more all contribute to ‘rape culture. We unpack what it all means with this first video in a series we’re releasing which explore the issue with international students and graduates.
A male Malaysian student and a female Columbian student share their thoughts on how sexual assault affects all individuals and the problems that currently exist in rape culture.
Hear from Meld’s very own production editors, Natalie Ng and Samantha Chew, on what their motivations were for creating this series and learn how we all can collectively do better to treat one another with respect.
Celebrate the Diwali Festival of Lights, check out artists’ amazing work at Melbourne Festival, improve your mental wellbeing or hit up another Melbourne design market. What will you do this weekend?