Have you heard about the Chinese Valentine’s Day? It’s called the Qixi Festival that celebrates romantic love in the Chinese culture. It’s on the seventh day of the seventh month on the Chinese Lunar Calendar, and the Qixi Festival falls on 28th August this year.
Cultural Perspectives were thrilled to be invited to the official opening of the 2017 Arabic Film last night at Parramatta’s spectacular Riverside Theatre for the Australian Premier of “MAHBAS”.
Did you know that 25% percent of Australia’s young people come from migrant and refugee backgrounds?
CARMA Multicultural Festival 2017 will be held at Fogarty Park, Cairns on 19th August. This is certainly a highlight of Cairns Multicultural Month for its international performances, world cuisine, fashion shows, and family fun activities.
A report recently released by the Department of Communications and the Arts that estimates the total expenditure of government across federal, state, and local levels was $5,841.2 million for 2015-2016.
Cultural Perspectives is proud to have worked with our client Sydney Swans to launch its Chinese Engagement Hub on the Sydney Swans website, which is one component of their Chinese Community Engagement Strategy that we have been working on since June last year.
It was our honour to welcome Mr. Vic Alhadeff to our second Leichhardt Luminaries event yesterday, talking to us about the Keep NSW Safe campaign.
The Korean Cultural Festival will be held in Brisbane this Saturday, inviting everyone to celebrate Korean heritage, foods and cultural performances.
We’ve been talking a lot around the office about the first Leichhardt Luminaries event last month where we were honoured to have Dr. Anne Summer speak to us about the role of gender in Australian society. Particularly, her recent work of “Women’s Manifesto”, drafted for the International Women’s Day 2017, is designed to as an organisational tool to achieve the full equality women have long sought in our society.
The Welcome Game is calling everyone to come and see the Melbourne Football Club playing against St Kilda at MCG on Sunday, 13 August. It is an event that promotes diversity, inclusion and multiculturalism in Australia by inviting everyone to Australia’s iconic sports game and feeling a sense of belonging.