Entries by Multicultural Me

Multi-Me TV and YouTube

Our dream is to make a movie, so we recently held a Multi-Me TV presenting workshop with some very talented kids in Perth. The workshop was facilitated by Perth personality Carmen Braidwood. She is currently a presenter for Channel 9’s Destination WA and a much-loved part of “Carmen and Fitzi” on 96FM radio. She gave […]

Our friends at The Literature Centre (Fremantle, Western Australia)

The Literature Centre in Fremantle loves children’s books, supports authors and nurtures emerging writers. It is increasingly difficult and competitive for Australian writers to be picked up by big-name publishers. I really struggled with that and a friend recommended I contact The Literature Centre when I decided to self-publish Multicultural Me. Jenny Doust, Senior Education […]

Our friends at Thornlie Primary School (Perth, WA)

The kids at Thornlie Primary School are very good at public speaking! They were very eager to speak and ask questions during Children’s Book Week in August. We gave small groups A3 illustrations from the book and they gave short presentations about them. Their feedback was great because they shared interesting ideas and observations. This […]

Our friends at Halogen Foundation Australia

On Harmony Day 2014, Halogen Foundation Australia invited me to inspire primary school children at the National Young Leaders Day (NYLD)* seminar at Perth Convention Centre. In my speech I told the audience how I found my [multicultural] voice in Australia. Then I said I wanted to be a cartoon one day. Afterwards, the children inspired […]