MORE than 300 international students in Australia were the targets of a recent flight ticket scam via social media. Trinh Le has the details and provides some tips on avoiding online scams.
SALSA your way through the hot summer, cool down with a giant slip ‘n’ slide, grab a slice of the countryside, or chill out with a free gig at three of Melbourne’s lushest gardens. See what Trinh Le has in store for this weekend.
FROM its practice to etiquette, the Japanese art of kendo continues to be a popular choice for local and international students in Melbourne. Trinh Le spoke with the Melbourne University Kendo Club about their passion for the bamboo sword.
THANKS to A-League football club Melbourne Victory, international students will have plenty of opportunities to join in the shared appreciation of the beautiful game. Trinh Le has more.
THOSE interested in all things sushi, samurai and sakura can expect to find all this and more in the full program for the 2015 Japanese Film Festival in Melbourne! Trinh Le offers his handy guide for those unsure on what to see!
JOIN local and international artists at the Free to Be concert in St Kilda and support a great cause! Trinh Le brings you all the details of what you can expect on the night.
AN ANONYMOUS threat involving a handgun has been aimed at UNSW, resulting in an increased police presence at the university’s Kensington campus this Monday morning. Trinh Le brings you the report.
FROM a Sri Lankan student who rose to stardom to a young Chinese man who has claimed gold medals, Trinh Le speaks to expert wushu practitioners and shares his own experience training in this Chinese martial art.
EXPLORE the exotic Asian flavours at Stir Frydays, run yourself to fitness with Nike+ Run Club, hunt for the best bargains at Brunswick Flea Market or immerse yourself in arts and culture at the celebrated Melbourne Festival. Trinh Le has provides his tips for your weekend.
THIS year’s Ultimate Frisbee tournament brought out the best in all of its competitors and defined the spirit of sportsmanship and competition. Trinh Le brings you the highlights from ASEAN Games’ Ultimate Frisbee tournament.
FOR years, RMIT’s Queer Department have lobbied for change and development to better represent queer students of the university. Trinh Le caught up with RMIT’s Queer Officer Ai Vee Goh to talk about the importance of queer advocacy.
CHECK out the Melbourne Writers Festival, support student art at Mudfest, consider making a change in your life or learn more about Arabian filmmakers. Trinh Le brings you this weekend’s biggest festivals to visit.