“This is how we do it,” Aunty Nandy would tell me, teaching me to make island scones or cook enough rice and yam for a horde of hungry dancers.
It was a day of tradition and celebration at the Pacific Unity Festival.
Being young and choosing to explicitly identify as a practitioner of faith is an interesting and worthwhile life journey.
“When a lot of the media coverage was happening at the start of this year, a lot of us felt like it was wrongly labeling everybody from Logan to be like that, when we all know that’s not true.”
Thousands of refugees and supporters turned out for the Lantern Parade Walk for Refugees in Brisbane last night.
Real people respond to the rhetorical questions of why asylum seekers come here and what they contribute to the community.
Ceezy is an emerging hip hop and R’n’B artist who performs regularly in and around his community.
The take-home message is that African communities are here, they’re strong and they’re an integral part of the Brisbane community.
The Dhammagiri monks of Mount Crosby rely on community engagement to practice their lifestyle.
Maestros of Western and traditional musical instruments wooed the applauding crowd to fever pitch with their innovative fusion of Western jazz and traditional Indian music.