City of Sydney released the new branding for its signature New Year’s Eve event that highlights the city’s rich cultural diversity. Themed “Wonder”, the New Year’s Eve event will present the artwork by a Sydney based multidisciplinary designer Nadia Hernández on the main streets of the city during November to January and as part of the annual firework on the Harbour bridge
18-24 June is Refugee Week in Australia. Refugee Week aims to promote a culture of welcoming to refugees across the country. To help people better understand the challenges of each different community and how it is important that there is a successful integration of refugees, that assists them in belonging and living safely. It is a unique opportunity for us to understand this special group of people and to appreciate the value they add to cultural diversity in Australia.
Have you ever listened to poems in all different languages? Were you able to still feel the beauty despite not speaking or understanding the language?
The Living in Harmony Festival 2017 organised by the City of Sydney runs through the month of March to celebrate Sydney’s cultural diversity as part of Harmony Day 2017, kick starting celebrations across the country.
City of Sydney has promised the biggest Chinese New Year celebration outside of China this year. From 27th January to 12th February, the celebration which includes dragon boat racing, lantern festivals, art exhibitions, and various activities and events, will expect to attract more than a million visitors.
The annual International Education Provider Forum hosted by the City of Sydney is a fantastic event which highlights...