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.
Melbourne’s food culture is diverse but how authentic are the cuisines and are they enough to quell students’ homesickness? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Andrea Septien and Cali Djaja investigate.
Up your Instagram game with these five amazing looking drinks!
Learn what veganism is all about! Trinity College Foundation Studies students Nadia Setiawan and Siauw Exel Prasadhana Setiawan discover the benefits of veganism and how you can start today.
Hidden in the quiet Melbourne suburb of Balwyn, One Plus Piece cafe boasts a large range of burgers named after aspects of the pirate anime One Piece!
Are you too busy, too lazy or too fond of cooking? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Rex Yan, Bella Jia and Minami Liang identify which kind of student you are.
Unsure of what to expect when dining in Melbourne? Have no fear, for Trinity College Foundation Studies students Yi Hui Ma and Stephannie Hoo have the basics covered about Melbourne’s dining culture.
Tired of taking a long time to cook and wash up after meals? Avoid the pains of the kitchen by using the microwave! Lina and Jasmine from Trinity College Foundation Studies show 4 healthy and easy to make meals you can make using your microwave.
Ever wondered the secrets behind taking a drool-worthy food picture for Instagram? Wang Jia Hui and Chen Lu from Trinity College Foundation Studies share their tips and tricks gathered from Melbourne’s best foodie Instagrammers.
Where are the best cakes in Melbourne? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Laurensia Hanusin, Russell Zhou and Melody Mei investigate.
Sweet and treats from Mauritius can be hard to come by in Melbourne, but The Whisktakers look to change that. Tam Tran caught up with the three-person team to talk about Mauritian pastries and how these former international students began their humble home business.
Social inclusion and community building by way of food — that’s what the Welcome Dinner Project is achieving with its mission to unite new arrivals with established Aussies. Grace Kang spoke with project facilitator Nikhil Arora to learn more.