FROM a Sri Lankan student who rose to stardom to a young Chinese man who has claimed gold medals, Trinh Le speaks to expert wushu practitioners and shares his own experience training in this Chinese martial art.
THIS year’s Ultimate Frisbee tournament brought out the best in all of its competitors and defined the spirit of sportsmanship and competition. Trinh Le brings you the highlights from ASEAN Games’ Ultimate Frisbee tournament.
PARTICIPANTS at this year’s ASEAN GAMES Australia badminton tournament competed on a level playing field, following organisers’ decision to segregate players according to their level of skill. Siti Mokhsin brings you the highlights of this year’s badminton tournament.
GET ready for fiery competition as ASEAN students prepare for battle at the ASEAN Games Australia 2015. Siti Mokhsin brings you the highlights.
STARTING at the bottom and evolving into its current Artistic Director, Flare Dance Ensemble’s Jun Takahashi talks to us about the club’s direction, its success with overseas students and her own ambitions. Daniel Driscoll has more.
MISSED out on the Sports and Recreation Expo for International Students in May? Don’t worry! Deborah Goh recommends the top three sports clubs international students might find interesting enough to join.
FROM having a unique experience out with your friends to enjoying physical activity, Trinity College Foundation Studies students Akane Sakamoto, Claire Sunilai and Lousie Thai Linh give you top reasons why students should try indoor trampoline park BOUNCEinc.
THE City of Melbourne has organised a Sports and Recreation Expo for International Students this Saturday which aims to help international students connect with sports and fun activities in Melbourne. Amber Wang has more.
JOINING clubs at university is a great way of not only making new friends when you first arrive but also to find new experiences in life too. Deborah Goh draws on her personal experience hiking and exploring the gorgeous natural landscapes of Victoria with Melbourne University’s Mountaineering Club.
SNEAKER culture is a very real hobby among sneaker collectors and admirers. International students Chris Chung, Vivi Sun and Zi Low weigh in on t their top five iconic sneakers of all time.
LOOKING for an extra dash of adrenalin in your life? Trinity College Foundation Studies students James Kwok, Peggy Liu Peiqi and Asmita Fardina took part in some unusual sporting activities you can try here in Melbourne!
MANY students love to partake in sporting activities but with so many other expenses to worry about, what kind of physical activities can students undertake that’s free or affordable? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Brendan Cheong Seng Sun, Eva Stevani Wijaya and Vivienne Yang investigate.