It was a big day for Arab EXO-Ls and all K-pop fans in Dubai. Not only was it EXO‘s first visit to the Emirates but also they’re the first K-pop group to have their upbeat Korean-hit song Power to be played for the first time at the world’s largest choreographed fountain, The Dubai Fountain.
Hundreds of fans of all ages and cultures gathered at venue, eagerly waited till 5:30pm and armed with the group’s official lightsticks and banners along with mobile phones to capture the historic moment and to celebrate EXO’s achievement.
The video consists of interviews with EXO-L’s and some footage from EXO’s private press conference.
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Stand Up! and More! parties have been battling it out every year at The University of Melbourne’s student elections. Although the majority of UMSU offices are held by the More! party, Stand Up! still disagrees with the way they represent students. Samar Khouri reports.
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Since he was a high school student, Tian Xing Wang has been spinning coloured cube puzzles from chaos into order. Today pursuing a masters of information technology at The University of Melbourne, he’s an international speedcube superstar.