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Dr. Pichamon Yeophantong discussed about Abu Sayyaf, one of the most violent jihadist groups in the southern Philippines. She also explained about the similarities...

She Works

Thai Welfare Association Victoria is holding another seminar in how to write an effective resume and how to prepare yourself for a job interview in Australia.

Ways to Vote

Under Australia's voting system, there are many different ways electors can cast their votes. find out which way is the most suitable for your situation. 

Thailand is Still Amazing

Santi Chudintra, Deputy Governor for Policy and Planning of Tourism Authority of Thailand, discussed selling points of Thai tourism this year and informed about...

Time to Rethink Thai Education

Two high school students, who were on a seven-weeks excursion to Australia, pointed out some weakness of school education in Thailand.

Settlement Guide

We're talking about life and issues that affect you in settling in Australia.

Many Australians are affected by domestic violence. It’s often women from multicultural backgrounds who don’t report abuse due to cultural, religious and language...
Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month in May aims to raise community awareness and provide information on how to access help and support. 
For many migrants ANZAC Day symbolises soldiers wearing a slouch hats who fought in the fields of Gallipoli in 1915 But over the last one hundred years this image...
Finding a job is rather challenging, especially for young people from a culturally diverse background. What are the main difficulties they are facing and what...
There are currently around 330,000 international students studying in Australia. One of the competitive advantages Australia has over other countries is the right...
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