Displaying pages tagged asia (17)
- Botanical Fortunes: International Exhibitions & Trade Between India & AustraliaA perspective into the complexities of empire during the late 19th century.
- Machiko Mizuta: a Japanese War Bride StoryMachiko Mizuta migrated to Australia in 1952. She was one of many Japanese women known as war brides.
- Gung Family CollectionThis collection documents the Gung family's experiences of migrating from China and living in Australia from the 1920s to the 1960s.
- Masumi Hiraga Jackson, Japanese Australian Migrant (1935-)Masumi Hiraga was born on the 10th April 1935, in Nirasaki, Yamanashi Prefecture, 100 kms west of Tokyo.
- Naomi Ota, Japanese Migrant & ArtistNaomi Ota is a Japanese craft artist who is now a permanent resident in Australia.
- Mai Ho, Vietnamese Migrant StoryMai Ho was born and grew-up in Saigon's District 5 during the Vietnam War.
- Cuc Lam, Migrant & Councillor (1952- )Cuc Lam escaped from Vietnam in 1978, spending several weeks in a refugee camp in Malaysia before obtaining a refugee visa for Australia.
- Setsutaro Hasegawa, Japanese migrant (1868-1852)Setsutaro Hasegawa migrated to Australia from Japan in 1897 at the age of 29.
- Sikhism in VictoriaAre there many Sikhs in Victoria?
- Indian hawkersCan you tell me about Indian hawkers and the story of how they came to Australia?
- Chinese immigration to VictoriaDoes the museum have information relating to the Chinese in Australia in the 19th century?
- Indonesian FestaA festival celebrating the diversity of Victoria’s Indonesian community.
- Bangladeshi VictoriansHow many Bangladeshis live in Victoria?
- Indonesian Migration to AustraliaAn Immigration Discovery Centre reference sheet on Indonesian migrants in Australia.
- Cambodian ImmigrationCan you help me get started on my project about Cambodian immigration?
- Cambodian FestivalCelebrate the Cambodian Community in Victoria.
- Masumi Hiraga JacksonAlone in a new country in 1987, Masumi had a critical decision to make — stay in Melbourne or return home to Japan.