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Having been a proud member of the Australian multicultural landscape ever since I set foot on this land 57 years ago, there is one thing that has always struck me. And that is my high regard for fellow Australians. By and large, I have found Australians to be very friendly, easy to get along with, and a welcoming lot.

One notices this every year when peoples of every colour, creed, ethnicities, nationalities and language groups gather all over Australia to receive their citizenship. It is an immensely proud moment for many who have endured subhuman conditions, segregation, racial prejudice…



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