Topic: What is australia's Culture consist of?
July 18, 2019 / By Blaze Question:
I have a cultural project about australians & their cultural behavior, I would like to ask all australians out there for help. What is Australia's culture consist of ? how is it different ? & what makes it different from any other culture ?
Ackerlea | 9 days ago
Our Australian culture is very unique and is unlike any other culture in the world. We live in a country which is the same size of the USA with a very small sparse population of only 22 million people.
Our Australian culture is built on mateship, laricanism, fair dinkumness, broadmindedness, common sense, education and protecting our culture traditions, values, customs, laws and being a caretaker of our country. Over 90% of the whole Australian population is non religious.
Every citizen in Australia including Australian children all have the same equal human rights and freedoms without discrimination.
Mateship is a very strong within our culture, we all help and look out for each other and our foreign neighbours.
Our Australian laricanism is very well known through out the world we all have a great sense of humor and can laugh at ourselves and with the people around us.
Many foreign people who come to Australia who don't fully understand our culture all find our Aussie fair dinkumness. As being totally brutal, very vulgar, offencive and think we are all racist. Being we all refuse to have our unique culture and Strine (Australian slang language) white anted away by foreign political correctness.
Public nudity is totally accepted within our Australian culture. Australian women all go topless to public beaches, pools, spas,nobody cares or stares as we all grew up with nudity being acceptable we even see it on television. Their isn't any digital covering or bleeps covering words ever on Australian television.
Business and industry runs 24/7 in Australia, you can go shopping, go to a bar, club, gym, cafe, restaurant, etc, etc anytime you want. In Australia at 18 you can legally drink and work in casinos, clubs, bars, or in the travel or the sex industries. Prostitution is totally legal in Australia so are many other things, the list is very long.
This is why their is very low crime in Australia and all the streets are safe to walk down. All Australian cities are very unique and there are no other cities in the world like them. Since English is our national language, you never see any foreign written signs on buildings or on menus.
The Australian economy is very strong and we all enjoy a very high standard of living. Wages paid in Australia are three times more than the wages paid in the USA. It's very un Australian to ever openly discuss our personal wealth or financial net worth. Most all of us working Australians are on very high five to seven figure annual incomes.
After Japan, Australia is the most hardest country in the world to ever obtain migration for permanent residency. Due to our high educational and skilled work standards. Most all Australians have more BA and MA degrees than in any other country in the world.
Being we are all taught the highest standard of education in the world. Education and apprentice skills training plays a very big part within our culture. We all are also taught fully about Aboriginal culture and all foreign cultures at school.
The weather in Australia is always too good to stay indoors so we all spend a lot of time outdoors. Most of us are all actively involved in a team sport and also go swimming and surfing everyday. This is why most of us are all dark tanned skinned and very healthy looking. In Australia you are taught to swim when your six months old. Australian children spend a lot of time outdoors, rather than sitting around watching TV.
We have a free universal health care system in Australia so we do have longer lifespans. None of our war veterans live on the street, neither do mentally challenged persons. Also their are no people living in trailers, ghetto's or in tent cities or beggars on our streets. Our government houses these people, or you if you have no where to live.
We also get $8,000 baby bonus paid to us if we choose to have children. First home and business buyers grants etc, etc. Most all of us live in defacto relationships rather than marry. From the 1st of July 2009, all defacto relationships straight or gay hold the same legalities of marriage after two years.
I hope these thing's can help you with your project, maybe one day you should come to Australia.
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HATE! like the uk-kk as it was them
who went there, (but then
where didn't they go), but
originally it was the aborigines
of whom they wantonly murdered