K-Pop superstar Ailee, Singaporean heartthrob Nathan Hartono and more to headline the biggest international student welcome ever at Asia Pop Fest! Natalie Ng has the details.
Tao Ye’s ‘6’ and ‘8’ are a feast for the senses and might even make you re-think what contemporary dance is capable of. Tam Tran reviews the show.
WHERE can you go for the best in Korean shops and restaurants in Melbourne’s CBD? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Kash Ngan, Nathalia Sendjaja and Haojie Wang investigate.
THE National Ballet of China, Circa, AR Rahman… World class talent from Asia’s creative arts scene will launch the four-month long Asia Triennial of Performing Arts. Vondra Tay has your highlights from this can’t miss event early next year.
DESPITE what you might think, you’ll be surprised by how much K-Pop can tackle the male gaze, abusive relationships and sex in general. Lunnie Gan has your K-Pop playlist for SEXtember!
THERE’S more to romance fiction than what those those book covers suggest. Natalie Ng chats to Smart Bitches Trashy Books’ Elyse Discher and Amanda Diehl and shares how reading romance can open up new perspectives on sex, preferences, health and relationships.
THIS year’s Soundsekerta is all about connecting Australia with Indonesia through the power of music. Stevi Lee brings you all the details of the wonderful performances on the night.
CELEBRATING a decade of Indonesian talent, Soundsekerta 2016 continues its mission to bring entertainment to Indonesians in Melbourne with its upcoming concert. Stevi Lee has more.
KYARY Pamyu Pamyu’s first ever visit to Melbourne as part of her 5iVE YEARS MONSTER World Tour brought colours, dancing and non-stop happiness to faithful fans at Festival Hall. Yuzuha Oka attended Kyary’s concert to find out what else goes on at a KPP show.
WANT to find a way to showcase your talents in public? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Pravina Shandre, Chloe Ni
WHAT kind of music do international students listen to when they study? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Eva Teoh, Roka Gao and Jiabao Shao spoke to three students with differing tastes in music and ask them why it helps them study.
MELBOURNE International Jazz Festival will return from June 3 – 12, inviting international and local jazz guests to perform sets that neither rush nor drag. Zoe Law has the highlights from this year’s festival.