One Australian’s view of Aussie culture from online news site, WA Today Xavier Toby asks ‘What is Australian Culture?’.
Complete the poll and see how you go. Go here for the accepted Australian view
Recently an Australian member of parliament was called on to resign for calling a government agency to get his son special treatment. The general Australian public does not like to … Continue reading
A handshake says a lot about you. Take the whole hand firmly but not tightly and shake just once or twice then let go. Not too hard and not like … Continue reading
Today The Hoopla blog posted an article commenting on the reaction of people to our first Muslim member of parliament using the Koran to swear his commitment to (his) god, … Continue reading
Australians were astonished and surprised last week to hear that some Chinese families had actually locked in and threatened teachers for not allowing their children to cheat in exams. What? Of course … Continue reading
Ita Buttrose has been an inspiration to generations of Australian women playing a leading role in the Packer media empire as the creator and first female editor of major women’s … Continue reading
Is Australia still the “lucky country” or is life here getting harder and harder? Read this article from the British newspaper, the Guardian, and see what it British journalist Paola … Continue reading
Australia – centre of the world – at least on our maps!
“please, thank you, excuse me, sorry! please, thank you, excuse me, sorry! please, thank you, excuse me, sorry! please, thank you, excuse me, sorry! please, thank you, excuse me, sorry! … Continue reading
The inspiring story of John Gulzari, a Hazarra from Afghanistan, who talks about his life in Afghanistan, his beliefs, interests and struggles and how made a home for his family … Continue reading
Two views from Koreans on assaults in Australia written by Andrew Thomas for Aljazeera Read the article here Related articles Australia Day in Seoul, South Korea (thomassherlock.com) Nuclear test puts … Continue reading
In Australia most people consider racism unacceptable, but there are some who have racist views. The thing that makes us different from some countries is that we do have strong … Continue reading
Why use the correct word when you can have some fun and bamboozle non-native English speakers? chippy – a carpenter (they make chips when the cut up wood) sparky – … Continue reading