Year 6 History: Vietnamese migrant stories
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Year 6 History: Vietnamese migrant stories
Stories of groups of people who migrated to Australia (including from ONE Asian country) and the reasons they migrated, such as World War II and Australian migration programs since the war. (ACHHK115)
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Great expectations and Vietnamese refugee kids

Great expectations and Vietnamese refugee kids | Year 6 History: Vietnamese migrant stories | Scoop.it
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Helen Huynh's young uncle was one of the 2,200 Vietnamese refugees who came to Australia in the 1970s. She explains the obligations that refugees' children feel, and shows how she supports her parents.

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The Boat | SBS

The Boat | SBS | Year 6 History: Vietnamese migrant stories | Scoop.it
‘The Boat’, an interactive graphic novel about escape after the Vietnam War. Based on the story by Nam Le, adapted by Matt Huynh.
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The journey of the Hong Hai - Scootle

In 1978, 37 people left Vietnam on a small wooden fishing boat called the Hong Hai.

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Vietnamese migrants, 1982 image

This is a black-and-white photograph of a Vietnamese migrant family after arriving at an unidentified airport in Australia on 6 December 1982. Mrs Tran Dai De is with her husband, Huynh Tran Duong. Their six-year-old daughter, Huynh Ngoc Lien, is holding an Australian flag as she sits on an airport baggage trolley.

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Timeline: Vietnamese immigration to Australia

Timeline: Vietnamese immigration to Australia
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Gold & Silver: Vietnamese migration and relationships with environments in Vietnam and Sydney

Gold & Silver: Vietnamese migration and relationships with environments in Vietnam and Sydney | Year 6 History: Vietnamese migrant stories | Scoop.it
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F–6/7 HASS Foundation to Year 10 Curriculum by rows - The Australian Curriculum v8.1

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The Red Bridge - Windy Hollow Books

The Red Bridge - Windy Hollow Books | Year 6 History: Vietnamese migrant stories | Scoop.it
The Red Bridge: Claire's family has moved from Australia to Vietnam and the little girl finds herself lost in the busy, bustling streets...
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Vietnamese refugees and immigrants

This collection of 24 digital curriculum resources is organised into five categories - fleeing Vietnam by boat; the voyage of the Hong Hai; arriving as migrants; living in Australia in the 1970s and 80s; and Vietnamese refugees and the arts. The collection contains interactive learning objects, photographs, artefacts, artworks and feature film footage. A particular focus of the collection is the refugee boat Hong Hai captained by Truong-van Soi that reached Australia in 1978. 

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Browsing by theme 'Mai Ho, Vietnamese Migrant, 1981' - Museum Victoria

Items in the museum’s collection that belong to the theme 'Mai Ho, Vietnamese Migrant, 1981'.
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The Lu family

After the fall of Siagon to communist forces in 1975 Vietnamese Lu family fled their country headed to Australia
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From There (Vietnam) to Here (Australia) | NSW Migration Heritage Centre

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