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Special Broadcasting System or Slightly Boring Sketch of OZ ?

It has been really warm out here in Sydney that I can hear the Summer is coming without the Spring.

So, I might go out and appreciate the nature God given, rather than watching Aussie TV programs dragged in a freezing living-room.

But before that, let me introduce one of representative Australian TV channels which is very distinguishable from all the others.

You know that Australia has numerous broadcasting networks include famous ABC, Nine, Ten, Seven and SBS. They all have each distinct purpose and content to satisfy different needs of various groups in Australia.

Yet, I will only nominate SBS (Special Broadcasting System) for the most ‘appropriate’ Australia channel that represents its real multicultural society in particular. Continue reading


What Is Multiculturalism? (Again)


Photo by TeeJe

The other day, my group mate Victoire presented the definition of¬†multiculturalism, that she found ¬†from the government website. Anyway, i have just found another interesting definition, which i’d like to show to you.

Multiculturalism is a policy of tolerance which is directed towards the development and creation of foreign or separate cultures in one nation or country. Continue reading

What Is ‘Multiculturalism’?

According to the Australian Government of Immigration and Citizenship multiculturalism is “In a descriptif sens multicultural is simply a term which describes the cultural and ethnic diversity of comtemporary Australia. We are, and will remain, a multicultural society. As a public policy multiculturalism encompass government measures designed to respond to that diversity. It plays no part in migrant selection. It is a policy for managing the consequances of cultural diversity in the interests of the individual and society as a whole.”

Then this term of multiculturalism means policies and practices that recognise and respond to the ethnic diversity of Australia community and have as their primary objects the creation of conditions under which all groups and member of the community may:

  • Live and work together harmoniously.
  • Fully and effectively participate in, and employ their skills and talants for the benefit of, the economic, social and cultural life of the community.
  • Maintain and give expression to their distinctive cultural heritages.

Source: National Agenda for a Multicultural Australia

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