The Food Series brings you a warm toasty miso soup for that cold early morning. Written by contributor Emily Hua
Emily Hua brings you a series of recipes to make your breakfast the best meal you have in lockdown!
Rather than steaming/frying your dumplings, why not try this recipe to bring your dumpling game to a gourmet level.
Emily Hua tackles internet food trends in Meld’s new food series.
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!
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!
Love dumplings? City of Melbourne proudly presents the Lord Mayor’s Student Welcome 2019 in collaboration with the Melbourne Dumpling Festival. Come long for some hot juicy dumplings and make new friends. Samantha Chew has the details.
Koko and Shigyo from Trinity College Foundation Studies guides you on how to properly bring food back to Australia to help with your homesickness
Chatime is giving one lucky person the chance to win an entire year’s worth of free bubble tea… if they’re brave enough to share their internet search history with the world! Yasmin Khushairi has the details.
Looking for a job in hospitality and want to improve your chances? Trinity College Foundation Students Yuhao Zong and Yiwang Zhang tell you how you can do it with an RSA.
Immerse yourself in Melbourne’s food culture by having high tea. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Derek Zhang, Grace Yuan and Daniel Yu make high tea recommendations.
If you’re an international student who hasn’t tried a HSP, you’re missing out. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Roveline Gozali, Jocelyn Shu Yee Hng and Jung-chun Kuo explain why.