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Issue Details: First known date: 2007... 2007 My Experience of Living in a Different Culture: The Life of a Korean Migrant in Australia
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    y separately published work icon Translating Lives : Living with Two Languages and Cultures Mary Besemeres (editor), Anna Wierzbicka (editor), St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2007 Z1365311 2007 anthology autobiography

    'Although Australia prides itself on being multicultural, many Australians have little awareness of what it means to live in two cultures at once, and of how much there is to learn about other cultural perspectives. Translating Lives is an immensely moving collection of personal stories tracing the experience of twelve people living in Australia who speak more than one language.' - Back cover

    Translating Lives 'offers an insight not only into aspects of the Australian migrant experience that have not been addressed before, but also into the cultural perspectives of peoples in the Asia-Pacific region, with contributors who migrated as adults from South and East Asia and the Pacific: China, Singapore, Korea and Fiji' (xx).

    St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2007
    pg. 114-127
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