When Seb* an international student from the Philippines first arrived here, the last thing on her mind was being indoctrinated into a cult. Find out her story and how she escaped.
It’s kind of like AIrbnb but instead of staying over at someone’s place, you’re hanging out with your host and their mates to watch the game. Tam Tran has more on SportsHosts.
Four Indonesians reveal what life is like as an LGBT individual in a Muslim-majority country in documentary, Proud To Be Me. Tam Tran has more on the documentary and its free screening.
It’s festivals galore this weekend! Come check out Sunshine’s Lantern Festival and the Melbourne Dumpling Festival. Find something nifty at the Melbourne’s Finders Keepers Market. And learn more about the early years of legendary singer Amy Winehouse. Tam Tran has your picks this weekend.
As a community, we don’t talk enough about the positive outcomes of undergoing mental health conditions. Tam Tran reveals how her battle with depression to self-improvement and a richer perspective on life.
When you’re young and living on campus, it’s hard not to see life become a teen sex comedy. Tam Tran speaks to two Chinese international students who share their observations on hook-up culture in the dorms.
Win a double pass to see Ali’s Wedding, the new Australian comedy that has won over audiences all around the country! Tam Tran has more.
Be empowered to create positive change. Learn all about the difference you can make at the Youth Humanitarian Festival. Tam Tran has more.
Got an interesting story to tell about your experience in Melbourne? Submit your story to this competition and win big! Tam Tran has the details.
Explore a range of chai tea, visit a design market, chill to some synthwave music or visit ACMI’s latest exhibition. Tam Tran has your weekend sorted.
The Emerging Writers’ Festival has everything you need to keep momentum going on your side as a new writer in the world. Tam Tran has more.
Big Vegan Market Saturday, May 13 (10.00am – 6.00pm) | Royal Exhibition Building, Nicholson St, Melbourne This Saturday, come down