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Kaleidoscope: Dancer Weiwei

Weiwei, a dancer and teacher migrated to Melbourne from Shanghai when she was only 16, shared her life story with Jun (Liu Jiang)
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Chen Haisheng has been a Japanese chef for 25 years. He shared his knowledge on Japanese food with listeners.
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Weekly Briefing: Nuts Allergy

Shan Baoming, Editor of United Times shared a survey on nuts allergy.
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Weekly Briefing Sunday 2/8/2015

Editors/reporters from other media shared their top stories.
SBS Radio's #In40years giveaway

SBS Radio is celebrating 40 years of broadcasting.  Share your hopes and fears for Australia in the next 40 years for a chance to win a $5,000 travel voucher or an iPad Air 2!

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