Presentation on theme: "Multiculturalism In Australia. Australia is a colourful country, many people from different countries come to Australia. They bring a lot of things from."— Presentation transcript:
Multiculturalism In Australia
Australia is a colourful country, many people from different countries come to Australia. They bring a lot of things from their country, like different types of food,clothes, religion, skills and sports.
pizza from Italy dumplings from China Sushi From Japan Sri Lankan Rice and curry Greek salad Sago from Papua New Guinea Russian food Casa Yucatan from Mexico Blanco from Africa Ghee from India
Chinese New YearThai pongal Sri Lankan festival Papua new Guinean festival Saranghaeyo Korean festival Vietnam festival
Chinese New Year Many Australians celebrate Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival or the Lunar New Year. It marks the first day of the New Year in the Chinese calendar. Street festivals featuring arts, entertainment and children’s activities. Chinese New Year markets showcasing arts, crafts and food stalls. Dancing, music and people wearing colourful costumes to welcome the Chinese New Year. Vibrant displays of Chinese lanterns, firecrackers and fireworks
Thai pongal Sri Lankan festival Sri Lankan Hindu community celebrated Thai Pongal, the traditional Hindu harvest festival on Wednesday (Jan 15). Keeping with the tradition of celebrating important days of all four major religions observe The word “Thai” refers to the first month of the Tamil Hindu calendar and “Pongal” refers to the thanksgiving festival of farmers to the Sun God for helping them to reap a bountiful harvest. Thai Pongal is the foremost religious festival celebrated mainly by the Tamil community in Sri Lanka.
Papua New Guinea independence day Festival Papua new Guinea got their Independence on the 16 th of September 1975.The nation of Papua New Guinea achieved its independence Papua New Guinea is one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world. 848 different languages are listed for the country, of which 12 have no known living speakers. Most of the population of over 7 million people live in customary communities, which are as diverse as the languages from Australia on 16 September 1975.