How do you know when your organisation is not only being seen but being heard? The answer is when you get invited to sit alongside prominent figures to not only discuss important issues but to represent the growing awareness that ice is achieving in its areas of operation.
Come and join the March to Science to advocate scientific literacy, open communication, informed policy and stable investment this Saturday, 14th April! This is a global event bringing together people from all walks of life who believe we need more evidence and reason in our political process.
Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety (ANROWS) will host its 2nd National Research Conference on Violence against Women and their Children from Tuesday 15–Thursday 17 May 2018 at the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth.
Cultural Perspectives Group celebrated the Harmony Day at the 2018 NSW Premier's Harmony Dinner at the Grand Pavilion, Rosehill Racecourse.
Cultural Perspectives were invited to the grand opening of the Chinese Lantern Festival 2018 last Friday in celebration of the year of the dog at the Tumbalong Park, Sydney Darling Harbour.
The 2018 Netball Oceania Cup will launch on 16-17 March, and there is only one week left to register your team for this fun community netball tournament.
In June 2017 a new Maori glossary was released called Te Reo Hāpai – The Language of Enrichment. This glossary provides translations for use in the mental health, addiction and disability sectors focusing on the translation of existing words as well as creating many new words where required in te reo Maori.
Cultural Perspectives Group today dressed up in red to celebrate the lunar new year. Falling on the 16th February, it is the first day of the Chinese lunar new year, marking a beginning of the year of dog. We all indulged in a variety of dumplings together with a number of signature Chinese dishes such as Kongpo Chicken and Sichuan Style Tofu.
Cultural Perspectives proudly continues to support Sydney Swans in its Chinese engagement strategy. In alignment with the strategy, Sydney Swans celebrated Chinese New Year at the Lunar New Year Festival in Hurstville last weekend, where almost 50% of the community are from a Chinese background. There were approximately 150,000 visitors in attendance throughout the day.
The Sydney Swans stall attracted and entertained a large crowd with a specially designed spin wheel in Chinese, children’s activities, giveaways and games tickets. The popularity of the Citi Spin 2 Win prize wheel was evident with people queuing for up to an hour before the start of the event to have a spin!
Many curious visitors got a chance to learn more about the game of AFL and the Sydney Swans with the Sydney Swans being joined by Hao Huangyu, an international student from China, who helped the team communicate with the local community and teach them more about the game of AFL.
In its 15th year, the Hurstville Lunar New Year Festival is considered the largest Chinese celebration outside the Sydney CBD. Lunar New Year is the most prominent celebration in the Chinese culture as well as many other communities including in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Korea, Vietnam, Thailand and the Philippines. We are proud to be part of the many valuable cultural opportunities the Sydney Swans create to connect with the Chinese community in Sydney. To learn about our work for Sydney Swans, please go to http://www.culper.com.au/cp005-sydney-swans
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