City of Melbourne has partnered with Queen Victoria market (QVM) to provide assistance for International students buying essential groceries. 1000
Meld Magazine journalist Jason interviewees the two girls from the viral racist attack video to hear their story.
Ai Jia from Meld reminds everyone to check on their mental health during the outbreak and self isolation.
Being a part of uni club committees can be demanding and stressful, despite this many still find it a worthy experience. Jensen Ooi, our resident club junkie explains how it was the highlight of his time in University.
It was so nice to see your faces at MISC 2019! Follow Jason as he rewinds 📽 and recounts the inspiration-filled day. From practical industry advice to networking – MISC helped us go super saiyan on those motivation levels 🌏🤯🔥.
Jensen Ooi from the Meld team participated in North Melbourne Football Club’s welcome event and shares his experience learning the Australian national sport.
Mental health has traditionally been stigmatised and seen as taboo but recently there has been a shift, more people are
The annual Melbourne International Student Conference returns for a sixth year, with a focus on opening up a discussion of Failure Future and Focus.
Jensen Ooi explores Melbourne’s best not-so-known bubble tea joints. So grab your metal straws and ready your camera apps…you’ll thank us later!
The international student experience is often one of wonderful memory making. For most, a quick flick through Instagram shows a merry time. But how much of this is true? Jensen Ooi delves in and unpicks the realities of aesthetic grams.
Meld Magazine’s Emily Hua had a chat with City of Melbourne Councilor Philip Le Liu about his passion of representing International Student voice in the coffee city.
Jason Hendriks documents a dumpling-filled weekend; spread with games, filled with like minded international students, and wrapped within the heart of Melbourne. Also featuring bubble tea, a ball pit and whole lot of useful information, read on!