TWO goals were enough for Indonesia’s That’s What She Said to see off Singapore’s DV8 in the ASEAN Games Australia 2012 futsal finals. Tiffany Leong reports.
FORMER international student Budi Sudarto knows what its like to feel “alienated, alone, and unsure of which direction to take in life”. He talks to Tiffany Leong about “coming out” in an Asian family and the great work he’s doing promoting sexual health.
HOW well does the Runtastic app run? Tiffany Leong tested out app that’s meant to track your progress while you run, cycle and even hike. Here’s what she thought.
FOR Tiffany Leong, growing up in Malaysia meant sex was “a word censored on the radio, a deleted movie scene and a topic hastily swept under the dining table before your mom turns green”.
COOKING, cleaning and intimidation. One international student tells Meld how his seemingly “perfect” home became a house of horrors.
MALAYSIA’s opposition has expressed concerns new post-study visas for international students in Australia will lead to greater “brain drain” for the country. Tiffany Leong reports.
IT’S hard for an international student to get a job in Australia you say? Find out how Jamaica dela Cruz landed the coveted role as radio host of SBS PopAsia.
IF you’ve never been part of a garage sale before, the great Garage Sale Trail on May 5 will be the perfect opportunity for you to declutter, earn some money, and meet others in your neighbourhood.
COMEDIAN Jason Chong isn’t afraid to laugh at himself – or his mum. As Meld’s Tiffany Leong discovers, Jason Chong’s Mum is an entertaining blend of self-deprecating anecdotes and in-your-face comedy.
FOR three days last week, Argyle Square was transformed into “little Malaysia” for the annual Malaysia Fiesta. The mood was helped by spirited festival-goers who dressed up for the occasion in traditional garb. Meld’s Tiffany Leong reports.
STARTING 2012, international students at Australian universities will have up to $263 automatically deducted from their tuition fees to sign them up for student union memberships. But as Tiffany Leong reports, many students are still in the dark about this.
FIESTA Malaysia is back, with a mouth-watering three-day long festival starting this Friday from March 23 to 25 at Argyle Square on Lygon St.