An Asian beat rumbles across Australia

Tefft, Sheila
May 1995
Christian Science Monitor;5/31/95, Vol. 87 Issue 129, p9
Focuses on the increase of Asian population in Australia. View of Henry Tsang, Sydney's deputy lord mayor on Australia's ambivalence towards a multiethnic identity; Cabramatta's problems to symbolize Australia's future problems; Impact of the rise in immigration on Australia; Attitude of the government towards the increasing immigration; Steps by the authorities to reduce immigration.


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