Asians are represented in many different ways. Some are good and some are bad. There are many different people in Australia who have different views on the Asian people. This is a picture of Aunty Ali Golding and Deborah Wall, an Indigenous Australian and an Asian. In this picture, these two women are smiling and they look very happy. This photo was taken in a ceremony called “Following the Heart” which came about due to the interest of each other’s cultures and also because both Ali Golding and Deborah Wall have very similar interests in both physical and spiritual. The reason to Deborah’s involvement in the ceremony shows these two cultures are accepted by each other and how both Ali Golding and Deborah Wall view each other as family. Deborah Wall even calls Ali Golding “Aunty”. This picture shows how Asians are accepted by the Indigenous people in Australia. There are people who leave their countries by sea and flee to another illegally. These people are often called the boat people. Most of boat people are found to be Asian mainly coming from countries like the Indonesia, Philippines and Vietnam. This article consist of two different views from two Anglo-Australians one being the Leader of the Opposition in the Australian House of Representatives and the federal leader of the Liberal Party of Australia, Tony Abbott himself, who represents the “high class or the high authority” and the other is the author of the article, Julian Burnside, a normal white Australian. This article is about Julian Burnside supporting the boat people and going against Tony Abbott’s speech of boat people being “un-Christian”.
Specifically, Tony Abbott said: “I don’t think it’s a very Christian thing to come in by the back door rather than the front door. I think the people we accept should be coming the right way and not the wrong way. If you pay a people-smuggler, if you jump the queue, if you take yourself and your family on a leaky boat, that’s doing the wrong thing, not the...
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