Making Multicultural Australia


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A MULTICULTURAL history of Australia...
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A MULTICULTURAL research library...
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Key issues and landmark events in our diverse society...

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3000 pages of reports, articles, speeches, interviews...

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  Moustafine, Mara
Chen Wang Slide Show
Mabel Wang (nee Chen) and her husband David Wang changed Melbourne's sense of itself, from White Australia to Chinatown
Format: swf | Size: | Length: 19 Slides | Date Added: 16 February 2009 | | VIEW |
  Moustafine, Mara
Chinn-Leong Slide Show
The Chin family and daughter Eunice Leong, musician, soldier, and teacher.
Format: swf | Size: | Length: 12 Slides | Date Added: 10 February 2009 | | VIEW |
  Moustafine, Mara
Emilio Russo's life in Australia
Follow Emilio Russo from Italy to Coburg over fifty years
Format: swf | Size: | Length: 19 Slides | Date Added: 13 February 2009 | | VIEW |
  Museum of Brisbane
"Brisbane Buddhas", Museum of Brisbane exhibition, 2005
The exhibition "Brisbane Buddhas" at the Museum of Brisbane, featuring more than a thousand Buddhas loaned by the people of the city, showing his many forms and the meanings people find in Buddha.
Format: swf | Size: | Length: 6 images | Date Added: 14 February 2006 | | VIEW |
  Museum of Brisbane
Migrant Gardeners in Brisbane
Photographs and text from a 2005 exhibition at the Museum of Brisbane which showed the types of gardens a wide range of groups of migrants planted in their new homes, reflecting their countries of origin and providing links with their lives before they came to Australia.
Format: swf | Size: | Length: 17 images | Date Added: 01 May 2006 | | VIEW |