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Asian Australians

Chloe Zhao's Golden Globes win is a reminder to Australia to seek out more Asian representation in front of and behind the camera.
Actors Daniel Dae Kim, Daniel Wu, Gemma Chan and Chris Pang want the public, authorities and the media to pay more attention to anti-Asian attacks related to COVID-19.
"I’ve made the conscious choice to avoid going to Australia vs India cricket matches for the last few years."
Poh has previously opened up about her struggles growing up as a “migrant kid” after moving to Australia from Malaysia at age nine.
Caroline Marcus dressed her son in a bat costume while she and her husband dressed as 'Wuhan street vendors'.
The 11-year-old granddaughter of refugees will be the figure of representation her parents didn't see growing up.
The cooking show contestant said he struggled after moving to Australia from Indonesia with his family at age four.
Proud of her Malaysian Chinese heritage, the celebrity chef said she knows "there’s a lot of cultural pressure" to not pursue a creative career.
"I feel sorry for you that you cannot see past the colour of someone’s skin," the judge told a viewer who sent him an offensive message.
He said the key is to "have fun with it" and "experiment".
The surge in Victorian cases is amongst suburbs with large culturally and linguistically diverse populations.
"She is someone we didn’t even know we needed on Australian TV till we got her."
He said he wants other young people in the LGBTQIA+ community to know "there is a lot of support out there and it does get easier".
Confused why Masterchef's Sarah Tiong ended an interview with Triple M over the Chinese greeting? Here is why it's offensive, according to Chinese Australian writer Jinghua Qian.
Host Melissa Leong condemned the incident, “it just illustrates how deep rooted racial toxicity is in this country."
She explained seeing a diversity of cultures on the show proved “it’s not weird, that it's just the culture that it is”.
The Malaysian Chinese chef opened up about her struggles growing up in Australia as a "migrant kid".
Personal stories of contestants Khanh, Reynold, Poh and more truly hit home for many viewers.
The reality star also learnt baking from her family at age nine when she moved to Australia.