Are you looking for some scrumptious bites this weekend? From food trucks to night markets, Meld’s Dominique has got you covered with an array of snacks offered around the city, among other exciting cultural activities.
From free Salsa classes to community lunches; book markets to penguin viewing at St Kilda, Meld’s Felice guides you on how to keep occupied this cold autumn weekend.
What have you got planned for the long weekend? From outdoor exercises to Easter picnics at the gardens, Meld’s Ysabel has got you covered with some exciting events to welcome the first weekend of April.
Let us take you around Melbourne with the touch of a myki. Faith from Meld writes the guide for you.
Not much planned for the last weekend of March? Let Meld’s Jason guide you to some of Melbourne’s exciting events coming up this weekend.
Ritika created FLORALRESTIC to help her int’l students with beautiful floral mask. Read about her story and fundraising goals.
Rather than steaming/frying your dumplings, why not try this recipe to bring your dumpling game to a gourmet level.
We often hear of people snatching up milk powder at our local grocery stores but why? And why are many international students taking a part in it? Emily Hua explores the many facets of the ‘Daigou lifestyle’.
In the last episode of International Student, Ronny relies on cold and flu tablets and Wei Jun’s notes in hope that he could ace the test, but the universe has something else in mind for him. Trinh Le has the details.
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.
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.
PICK up a new sport while you’re in Australia! Maria Camacho, Shannon Kim and Kim Gao explore the world of skateboarding and offer some tips to students game enough to try.