- published: 19 May 2017
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In this episode of "Tough Talk" we discussed "CULTURE SHOCK" reflecting on our own experiences of life in Australia as new migrants. Whatever you experience maybe, exciting or challenging, we can not denied that we sometimes laugh at ourselves as we reflect on our own experiences of CULTURE SHOCK. Some are hilarious and embarrassing but in all you look back at your own ignorance and appreciate the things you have learned in the process.
Jump to Clothing and apparel - Australia has no official designated national dress, but iconic local. The country's best-known fashion event is Australian Culture of Australia - history, people, clothing, traditions, women.Dress is also characterised by the migrant experience and the process of cultural borrowing, which is part of the unique history of Australia. Presenting . 0 Culture of Australia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaSince its days as a British colony Australia has developed a complex national culture with immigrants from many parts of the world as well as an indigenous .Australian national dress australia.gov.au What kind of clothes do Australians wear? ReferenceGuide to Australian culture, society, language, etiquette, manners and protocol.. Business dress is conservative...
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This is a short SPARK to encourage students to discover and explore the richness and value that cultural diversity brings to Australia through a brief look at exotic Vietnam, which is just one of the many countries that contribute to Australia's rich cultural diversity.
Melbourne is Australia's cultural capital, with Victorian-era architecture, extensive shopping, museums, galleries, theatres, and large parks and gardens. Many of its 4 million residents are both multicultural and sports-mad. Reasons to visit Melbourne include to attend major sporting events, to use it as a base for exploring surrounding regions such as Grampians National Park, The Great Ocean Road, and to visit Phillip Island to view the penguin parade. Many UK visitors come to Melbourne for tours of filming locations of soap opera Neighbours. Melbourne is often called the cultural capital of Australia, with its many art galleries, film festivals, orchestras, choral and opera productions, vibrant live music scene, and a strong food, wine and coffee culture. People in Melbourne tend to d...
Hey Fam! Since I have been moving and traveling abroad, I thought it would be great to add a Travel series to my newly revived YouTube channel. Moving to a new country can be very exciting but also pretty stressful. I hope you enjoy this video and if you're currently experiencing cultural shock I hope knowing you aren't alone helps ease those feelings a little. Please feel free to tell me about your experiences in the comments below! How to Cope with Home Sickness After Moving to a New Country: http://bit.ly/2gnuWtC Instagram: http://instagram.com/amby_cakes Twitter: http://twitter.com/ambycakes84 Lifestyle Blog: http://ambycakes.com Beauty Blog: http://kawaiibeautyreview.com Hello Kitty Food Blog: http://eathellokitty.com Ecommerce: http://NerdyMerch.com
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This presentation was made to briefly educate people on the culture of Aboriginal Australian people. This presentation was created by two Aboriginal university students with the purpose to create awareness in the workplace. Please enjoy the video! Feel free to ask any questions. Haidarr Jones & Jacob Olsen -- Created using PowToon --
DrinkWise Ambassadors Mike McKay, Dr Andrew Rochford, Rob de Castella, Liz Ellis and Susie ONeill share their thoughts and concerns about the drinking culture in Australia and attitudes to alcohol, including binge drinking and peer pressure amongst teenagers. For some binge drinking has become routine and many see drinking alcohol to get drunk as not only acceptable, but expected. Alcohol misuse is dangerous and increases a person's risk of injury or harm. Is it possible to change the national drinking culture? Generational change is the key to a healthier future for Australian society. Research shows that parents are their children's' most influential role models.
SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/c/VicStefanu - Here's an event planned by the MDA (Multicultural Development Association) n support of immigration and immigrants in Australia (and to Australia). As I say in my video, the Australian government continues on keeping potential immigrants in the horrible detention centres of Nauru.. What a remarkable event this was, just watch.. Vic Stefanu, email@example.com
The dingo is Australia’s wild dog. An iconic cultural symbol, the aborigines considered it sacred. Yet because of interbreeding and hybridization, the pure dingo is increasingly harder to find. Will this wild canine last? SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb Follow us behind the scenes on Instagram: http://goo.gl/2KABeX Make our acquaintance on Facebook: http://goo.gl/Vn0XIZ Give us a shout on Twitter: http://goo.gl/sY1GLY Come hang with us on Vimeo: http://goo.gl/T0OzjV Visit our world directly: http://www.greatbigstory.com This story is a part of our Planet Earth series. From mammals to insects and birds to reptiles, we share this great big world with all manner of creatures, large and small. Come with us to faraway places as we explore our great big planet and meet some of its wildest in...
Each of the 400 different Aboriginal cultures in Australia has a distinct mythology, ceremonies, and art forms, some of which have a strong astronomical component. Many share common traditions such as the “emu in the sky” constellation of dark clouds, and stories about the Sun, Moon, Orion, and the Pleiades. Several use the rising and setting of particular stars to indicate the time to harvest a food source, and some link the Sun and Moon to tides, and even explain eclipses as a conjunction of the Sun and Moon. These traditions reveal a depth and complexity of Aboriginal cultures which are not widely appreciated by outsiders. This presentation will explore the wonderful mystical Aboriginal astronomical stories and traditions, and the way in which these are used for practical applications ...
The Department of Immigration and Citizenship's cultural orientation program for refugees begins well before the new arrivals land in Australia. Australian cultural orientation staff visit camps around the world helping to prepare refugees who have secured resettlement visas for Australia, readying them for a new life with new challenges. In 2008 the department joined forces with Victoria Police to try and break down the barriers between law enforcement and new arrivals, and introduce refugees to aspects of Australian life we all take for granted.