It’s kind of like AIrbnb but instead of staying over at someone’s place, you’re hanging out with your host and their mates to watch the game. Tam Tran has more on SportsHosts.
In support of Australia’s ‘Yes’ vote? Celebrate with the country and the world with Minh Giang’s curated playlist.
Relive 90s nostalgia and celebrate Tamagotchi’s 20th birthday! Have all the fun of owning a pet with none of the responsibility!
The biggest anime festival in Australia returns for another otaku-crazed year of fun! Wing Kuang has the details on what to expect at Madman Anime Festival 2017.
Four Indonesians reveal what life is like as an LGBT individual in a Muslim-majority country in documentary, Proud To Be Me. Tam Tran has more on the documentary and its free screening.
Turn your WiFi on and get connected to this year’s Digital Writers Festival. Emmelyn Vincent speaks to the guests and artistic director of DWF 2017 and shares highlights from the festival.
See Greek cinema in all its splendour as the 24th edition of the Greek Film Festival returns this year! Yasmin Khushairi has the highlights.
Which games and mobile apps can improve your mental wellbeing, relieve you of stress and give you energy to refocus? Alain Nguyen offers his suggestions.
It was all about ‘harmony in diversity’ as the 11th edition of the Soundsekerta continued to deliver the very best in Indonesian entertainment. Stevi Lee reviews the recent Soundsekerta event.
International students aren’t watching Aussie TV but maybe they will after seeing these shows. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Yiwen ‘Evita’ Gong, Jiamin ‘Gillian’ Wang and Hoiyi ‘Hedi’ Yuen collect first-time reactions of international students as they watch some of Australia’s better programming choices on TV.
Singaporean-Australian artist Shannan Lim talks about his new show, The Yonder and the importance of original and diverse stories in theatre. Yasmin Khushairi has the interview.
Gaming experiences can be a bit different in Australia than it is in China. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Sarini Wijekoon and Jessica Wang talk to Fiona Wang, a Chinese international student and gamer who shares her story.