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A Poem for Walmadan 

A Poem for WalmadanIn Broome, seasons are divided into six, not four. In the traditional way, Indigenous people believe that every living thing has a season, and a ‘good’ and ‘bad’ about it. People have to know the difference.

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Philippine Independence Day Celebrations 

If you’re in Sydney next month and want to know what it’s like to be in a party where women wear the traditional Philippine ‘terno’ and men, the classic ‘barong’ , why not attend one of the Independence Day Celebrations hosted by the community associations?

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Rizal turns 150 

On June 19, Filipinos worldwide will be commemorating the 150 years birth anniversary of Dr. Jose P. Rizal, the Philippine’s national hero.

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Long Live, Rizal 

Long Live, Rizal More than 100 years since his death, Philippine national hero Jose Rizal continues to inspire his countrymen around the world, including his Filipino-Australian descendants who watched the play ‘Her Son, Jose Rizal’ and went home with a renewed sense of their ancestor’s noble legacy. MICHELLE BALTAZAR writes.

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Behind the fish cakes and coconut juice 

AusseelaI’m sitting by the long Chao Praya River in Bangkok indulging in spicy fish cakes. It’s so hot and humid that I’ve resorted to vigorously fanning myself and drinking cool coconut juice.

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