Like other citizens in the global world, Koreans in Australia have been forming their multiple identities in the process of unsettlement, travel and resettlement, and connecting themselves with wider multicultural community in search for the better meaning of life. This article attempts to articulate the development of Australian multiculturalism form the White Australian Policy, how the first Koreans came to Australia, what kind of community they are developing, and how they relate and contribute to the multicultural society in Australia.
|Number of pages||35|
|Journal||Studies of Koreans Abroad|
|Issue number||August 2010|
|Publication status||Published - 2010|