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Why aren’t there more Asian faces on Australian screens?

September 2, 2012


  2 August 2012, 4.49pm AEST Sky Crompton, Post Graduate Research Candidate at RMIT University Being an Asian in Australia today is very different from ten years ago, especially when it comes to Australian television. Over the past 12-18 months advertising campaigns for a range of high profile brands have featured more Asian characters, […]

Immigration Museums

March 7, 2011


Immigration Museums.

What The Uprising Means For Egyptians In Oz

February 2, 2011

0 egypt 1 Feb 2011 By Nadyat El Gawley Nadyat El Gawley didn’t see the protests in Egypt coming. She speaks to fellow members of the Australian Egyptian community about their responses to the uprising When Tunisia exploded in early January, I hoped the revolution underway there would repeat itself in Egypt, but it felt […]

The Book I’d Always Wanted to Write

July 30, 2010


JAL & ANA – Chubu International Airport It was a hot Perth day and a little girl stepped off a plane from a country far, far away. The unexpected heat and her winter woolens made her uncomfortable and hot. She wanted to go back home straight away. If this place is going to be just […]