Beyond the dumplings and Asian festivals

Australia's government and businesses need to put out the welcome mat to citizens of Asian heritage to take advantage of a wealth of expertise, skills and knowledge.

It was a typical hot summer’s day in Melbourne and a middle-aged South Korean man had just packed up a stall, finishing his volunteer work at one of the city’s many popular community events. He was an inconspicuous man who was quiet and whose English was poor, so no one took much notice of him. Those who volunteered with him though knew him to be a committed and regular volunteer but they wouldn’t have been able to tell you much else.


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