Emily Hua brings you a series of recipes to make your breakfast the best meal you have in lockdown!
Meld reporter Faith speaks to UniMelb students about their assignment turned into a social enterprise for international students.
As unemployment rise due to the pandemic, can International students survive their rental cost? Ah Jia Tah from Meld reports
Rather than steaming/frying your dumplings, why not try this recipe to bring your dumpling game to a gourmet level.
Do you understand what physical distancing is? Clara Ho from Meld explains.
Emily Hua tackles internet food trends in Meld’s new food series.
Now that everyone has online classes, how do you avoid embarrassing yourself in your video tute?
Ai Jia from Meld reminds everyone to check on their mental health during the outbreak and self isolation.
Can online dating negatively affect us in real life? Jensen talks his experience with dating app addiction.
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.
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!