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Seoul Theological University students exploring the Australian Environment in Blue Mountains, as part of their Mission English and Cultural Intensive Program at Alan Walker College
Korean Middle School Children learning English and another Culture in the Field: Reconciliation Walk, Parramatta, Australia
English is learnt in the Australian Environment among native speakers and in the cultural contexts of the language.
The Korean Blessing Song
"Harmony" singers from Korea perform in an Australian Park.
Harmony in the Bush
Rev Bubsy Arulampalam, a leader among the Tamil Community in Sydney works for peace in Sri Lanka
Joel (left) shares his story that ranges from torture and violence to a commitment to non-violence. His commitment saved his suburb of Dili from the violence of 2007.
Queueing for a traditional Australian Breakfast on Australia Day, Parramatta Park.
To learn another culture includes trying its food and exploring its envirnoment.
Australia Day Breakfast in Parramatta Park. Korean University Student meets another culture!
Receiving a Sung Blessing from students of Seoul Theological University.
To Australia with Love from Korea
A Professor of Hindu History supervises a post-graduate peacebuilder in Bali, Indonesia
Gilosa Madabe from Balimo, Western Provine, PNG attended the convocation for peacebuilders in Sydney, 2007
Young men showing their support for Fretelin, and their identification with commitments to violence, wander the streets of Dili, on the eve of the 2007 Elections.
Blue Mountains National Park is a majestic place to explore: even its nooks and crannies
Korean University Students appreciate the Australian Environment: Blue Mountains National Park
Church Music is their major at Seoul Theological University, but here they play for worship in an Australian Church.
With voice and hands, Korean students communicate with Australian audiences.
Joy in the Bush
Rev Zebedee Pandokana graduated in 2007 from Sydney College of Divinity and following the tragic death of Bishop Zappo in the Solomon Island tsunami, Zebedee has been appointed Bishop in the United Church at Gizo.
Internally Displaced people live in many places in Dili, including at the airport, in the cathedral grounds, in the city park and in the crowded homes of friends
History of violent and destructive conflict lies strewn around Dili, Timor Leste.
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