For those who’ve come across the seas: Aye Aye Mon and her kids become Australian citizens

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The World Refugee Day Community Festival began with a citizenship ceremony. Many people from diverse refugee backgrounds took an oath and received their Australian citizenship certificates. Some of them became new citizens with their families.

L-R: Kyar Pan Ni, Zon Pan Phyu, Nay Htet Hla and Aye Aye Mon

L-R: Kyar Pan Ni, Zon Pan Phyu, Nay Htet Hla and Aye Aye Mon

We met one of the families afterwards. Mother Aye Aye Mon, her teenage daughters Kyar Pan Ni and Zon Pan Phyu, and her little son Nay Htet Hla, came to the ceremony in their colourful national dress. They talked to us about coming to Australia from their homeland of Burma.


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  1. Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa it’s me and my family speaking yayyyyyy 🌸 thank you for interviewing us and giving us your time.

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