Cultures mix in Canberra!. Presentation by By Hong Sar Channaibanya Companion House @ The Association of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages – ATESOL, ACT 24 October 2009, AMEP, CIT, RIED. Four Key Discussion Topics.
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By Hong Sar Channaibanya
The Association of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages – ATESOL, ACT
24 October 2009, AMEP, CIT, RIED
Education is the key to success etc;
● first got to Australia?Family model – living together or de facto relationship;
●Money matter – saving or spending for what;
●Teenager and their independence;
Drinking as a woman.What customs are completely different?
"Common sense and education are highly compatible; in fact, neither is worth much without the other." (Donald G. Smith)
Due to the current system, education is no longer viewed as a necessity by today’s youth in Burma. It is a dangerous sign for the future of Burma where today’s youth is no longer value education. In a civil society, education is given the first priority as an investment for the future generation. The current situation of Burma is leading the country to be unable to build up the civil society: