When Australia closed its borders last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it didn’t just lock people out, it also locked people in – leaving many international students feeling homesick. Felice Lok reports.
International student content creators are allowing potential students to walk a mile in their shoes by sharing their personal experiences studying abroad. Tricia Rivera reports.
International students Sean and Wendy volunteer at Melbourne Town Hall Vaccination Clinic Once or twice a week, Sean (Shavhin Ahn)
International student Minh Duong was brutally attacked in 2012, but his story since is one of strength, resilience and courage. Now, new foundation We Are Australia (WAA) aims to help other international students who are victims of crime. Tricia Rivera reports.
‘No worker should have to stand by and watch their hard-earned wages and entitlements disappear.’ Felice Lok reports on what the new wage theft laws mean for int’l students.
Claire Tan breaks down some key information and international students’ opinions on the incoming COVID-19 vaccines.
Is the door for international students to come back to Australia ready to open? Or is it still tightly shut? Reported by Tricia from Meld.
As Melbourne’s latest lockdown is announced, find the restrictions you need to know here.
Curious What the Foodbank Pop-up Store looks like? Follow Faith along
How are you navigating the isolation? Sophie talks about dealing with her double isolation, and the advice she got from counselling.
What happens when Premarital sex and religion clashes? Are they mutually exclusive? Jensen from Meld discuss and ponders.
Quarantine made her do it – Meld reporter Ai Jia tests out different dating apps and dishes on what they’re like.