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Discussion on the Voice to the Parliament (with Mandarin Interpreter / 附普通话翻译 / 附普通話翻譯)

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North Sydney for the Voice, the Chinese Australian Forum, and Stanton Library are pleased to present a selection of works from artists Tim Johnson and Malera Bandjalan, Mitakoodi woman Kyra Kum-Sing. Their works, which will be exhibited from 17-19 August at Stanton Library, reflect the influences of culture and spirituality in our lives, and will set the scene for a thoughtful conversation about modern Australia.

On Saturday 19 August 12pm-1:30pm, join us for a community discussion about the Voice to Parliament: what it is, and what it means for us all. Facilitated by Tony Pang (VP of the Chinese Australian Forum), experts Dr Judy Tang and Jonathon Hunyor will unpack the meaning of the Voice and address questions that community members would like answered, whilst debunking common myths. Please register early as tickets are limited.


North Sydney for the Voice、澳华论坛与 Stanton 图书馆呈现画家 Tim Johnson 和 Malera Bandjalan、Mitakoodi 氏族 Kyra Kum-Sing 的精选作品。他们的作品反映了民族文化和精神对我们生活的影响,并将为有关现代澳大利亚的深入讨论设置背景。

8月19日星期六中午12时-下午1时30分: 请加入我们一起探讨什么是 “土著居民和托雷斯海峡民之声” 以及它对我们来说意味着什么。澳华论坛副主席 Tony Pang 将与专家 Judy Tang 博士和 Jonathon Hunyor 深度分析 “土著居民和托雷斯海峡民之声” 的含义,为大家解谜答疑。


North Sydney for the Voice、澳華論壇與 Stanton 圖書館呈現畫家 Tim Johnson 和 Malera Bandjalan 、Mitakoodi 氏族 Kyra Kum-Sing 的精選作品。他們的作品反映了民族文化和精神對我們生活的影響,並將為有關現代澳大利亞的深入討論設置背景。

8月19日星期六中午12時-下午1時30分: 請加入我們一起探討什麼是 “土著居民和托雷斯海峽民之聲” 以及它對我們來說意味著什麼。澳華論壇副主席 Tony Pang 將與專家 Judy Tang 博士和 Jonathon Hunyor 深度分析 “土著居民和托雷斯海峽民之聲” 的含義,為大家解謎答疑。

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