In early March, Nicole Wong rallied alongside other women in support of her gender on International Women’s Day. Read what the experience meant for her as an international student from Malaysia.
Perth-native Isabella Foster moved to Melbourne to study in 2016 and she lived with international students during her first year of uni. Read Isabella’s story on why this first year was an world-opening experience for her.
What do you love most about studying abroad? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Dengke ‘Derek’ Xu and Chaojie ‘Jared’ Pan investigate.
Three international students describe their relationship with their parents to Trinity College Foundation Studies students Chen Galen Pinshieh, Ruixin ‘Claire’ Cai, Jiayi ‘Eleanor’ Liu and Qiqi ‘Lily’ Li.
Does rocking up to O-Week matter at all? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Sheng Yao Jin, Cherng Meng Lim and Julia Lin find out.
Everyone’s connected in the digital age but do we really need to see our ex’s Facebook feed? Trinity College Foundation students Whitney Liu, Milton Neo, and Sophia Yap investigate.
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.
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.
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.
We have grown up in an age of new media where our expectations of love and sex have been shaped by technology, pop culture and social media. How has this affected the way we form relationships and our attitude towards sex? Natalie Ng breaks it down.