You’ve probably seen our post in Instagram, but here you’ll see the full answers to the #WeMeld campaign and get to know more of us.
Jensen Ooi from the Meld team participated in North Melbourne Football Club’s welcome event and shares his experience learning the Australian national sport.
What if you could turn your love of anime into a profitable business? We caught up with Nathan and Jade, the creators behind design collective Senpais, who did just that!
For many international students, dance is not only a creative outlet but a sense of belonging. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Aldo Tasbur, Gwen Tan and Shirley Li spotlight dancer Pearl Tasbur and her journey!
Singaporean-Australian artist Shannan Lim talks about his new show, The Yonder and the importance of original and diverse stories in theatre. Yasmin Khushairi has the interview.
Author Marcella Purnama’s new book, What I Wish I Had Known, chronicles her experiences as a former international student in Melbourne. Stevi Lee caught up with Marcella to talk about everything from embracing change and her time writing for Meld.
How do you start a small business from home and ensure that it flourishes? Fleur de Lis’ self-taught florists, Alicia Andiani and Ribka Kusnadi, share their story. Stevi Lee has more.
Indian student Preeti Bhandurge can do it all. A former tennis professional tennis player and a current advocate of Indian culture, women’s rights and sports, this Victoria University student has a story that can inspire all. Natalie Ng has the story.
University isn’t the only means of education for international students in Australia. Mihika Hegde caught up with three TAFE students who are loving their education.
Natasha Munasinghe, former international student and CEO of The FRANK Team shares her story on how after multiple tries, she eventually found her passion. Samantha Chew has more.
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.
In a cultural climate still grappling with the realities that LGBT+ individuals experience, one recently developed network is seeking to help LGBT+ international students one step at a time. Mihika Hegde has more.