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Multicultural celebrations

02/Feb/2010

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Rachdar A M Giraneza, Poleno Kot, Lwal Amoly and Kiza Eddie Yang |Yambayamba interview Simon Bath. Rachdar A M Giraneza, Poleno Kot, Lwal Amoly and Kiza Eddie Yang |Yambayamba interview Simon Bath.

RESIDENTS from different cultures recently shared their views on harmony and life in a multicultural community with a film crew at Mirrabooka Shopping Centre.

Organising committee spokesman Ben Hogarth said a crew spent about three hours filming residents from countries such as Sudan, China, Vietnam, Italy and Scotland.

The two-day Harmony Week festival will begin in Mirrabooka on Thursday, March 18, with a multi-cultural parade, food and information stalls and a football match.

The montage of film clips will form part of a free movie night at Liddell Park in Girrawheen on Friday, March 19.

It will screen before the main feature, Japanese animated film Kiki’s Delivery Service, at the Girra Mirra Harmony Festival, which also includes a picnic and children’s activities.


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