Hungry Ghosts on SBS: Groundbreaking Australian series examines our shared cultural heritage – NEWS.com.au

The bamboo steamers were a dead giveaway.

Shawn Seet, the director of miniseries Hungry Ghosts, which started last night on SBS and goes for another three nights, knew as soon as he walked onto the set that the presence of bamboo steamers was wrong.

“I said, ‘no Asian family would have bamboo steamers there, they’d all be stainless steel!’,” Seet told news.com.au.

It’s a small detail but what viewers now see on screen is more …

WA Multicultural Association encourages lasting friendships – Have a Go News

Multicultural Youth Talent Quest 2019

Most days Perth man Franco Smargiassi gets out and about, walking in his local community area. The president of the WA Multicultural Association is always delighted when he meets people from other countries, he tells Have a Go News.

“The other day in my walk I chatted with a man originally from Punjab in India and then a lady from Durban in South Africa, whose ancestors were of French origin. …

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Groundbreaking TV event on tonight | Chronicle – Chronicle

The bamboo steamers were a dead giveaway.

Shawn Seet, the director of miniseries Hungry Ghosts, which started last night on SBS and goes for another three nights, knew as soon as he walked onto the set that the presence of bamboo steamers was wrong.

“I said, ‘no Asian family would have bamboo steamers there, they’d all be stainless steel!’,” Seet told news.com.au.

It’s a small detail but what viewers now see on screen is more …