You watch millions of K-pop dance covers on YouTube, with their eye-catching fashion and knife-like choreographies. But have you ever wondered who they are and what they actually do behind cameras?
Lillian Shi isn’t you’re typical fashion student at RMIT university in Melbourne. When’s she’s not stitching clothes and creating aesthetic designs in class, you can find her dancing to K-pop idol’s catchy music and perfecting their synchronized dance moves with her five-member cover crew The Sense.
This video explores the student’s life and documents her transformation, from being an ordinary student into a K-pop dancer and answers questions to how important K-pop is to her, the meaning of being perfect in the K-pop world, understanding the importance of becoming a K-pop dancer in Melbourne and much more.
You can follow The Sense Crew on Facebook and watch all their latest K-pop covers on YouTube.
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.
A rally took place on Saturday, 2nd September on steps of Victorian Parliament House in response to the decision made by the Turnbull government to cut income support for over 400 Manus and Nauru refugees who are currently in Australia receiving medical treatment.
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