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Meet Lesley, Teo & Yamane. Three strong women explore culture through food against the backdrop of a new Australian society emerging from Western Sydney.

Meet Lesley, Teo & Yamane. Three strong women explore culture through food against the backdrop of a new Australian society emerging from Western Sydney.

Meet three extraordinary women from different cultural backgrounds with a passion for food and community. Each have lived challenging lives and are now working together to promote and celebrate cultural diversity in their communities through the unique social enterprise, Taste Tours.

Meet+Eat is an online documentary series in which people from very different backgrounds, sit down, share a meal and have a yarn.Meet+Eat explores the charming and compelling stories of people from two of Australia’s most culturally rich and diverse regions of Australia: Hume in Victoria and South Western Sydney – where you can walk down the street and meet the world.

At its heart, Meet+Eat is about celebrating diversity. Meet the truck drivers, musicians, comedians, teachers and grandmothers of these places. Over the series, you hear their stories of immigration, identity, personal challenges and personal victories. We would love to hear what you have taken from this film, so please comment below or connect and comment on our Facebook page.

Meet+Eat is an initiative of CuriousWorks, with the generous support of VicHealth, Scanlon Foundation, Arts NSW, Australia Council and Hume City Council’s Community Grants Program.

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TOUR OF BEAUTY Meet Lesley, Teo & YamaneThree strong women explore culture through food against the backdrop of a new Australian society emerging from Western Sydney. Meet three extraordinary women ...

TOUR OF BEAUTY Meet Lesley, Teo & YamaneThree strong women explore culture through food against the backdrop of a new Australian society emerging from Western Sydney. Meet three extraordinary women from different cultural backgrounds with a passion for food and community. Each have lived challenging lives and are now working together to promote and celebrate cultural diversity in their communities through the unique social enterprise, Taste Tours.—Don’t miss a thing of the Curious World, SUBSCRIBE to the CuriousWorks YouTube channel. —Meet+Eat is an online documentary series in which people from very different backgrounds, sit down, share a meal and have a yarn.Meet+Eat explores the charming and compelling stories of people from two of Australia’s most culturally rich and diverse regions of Australia: Hume in Victoria and South Western Sydney – where you can walk down the street and meet the world.At its heart, Meet+Eat is about celebrating diversity. Meet the truck drivers, musicians, comedians, teachers and grandmothers of these places. Over the series, you hear their stories of immigration, identity, personal challenges and personal victories.We would love to hear what you have taken from this film, so please comment below or connect and comment on our Facebook page.Meet+Eat is an initiative of CuriousWorks, with the generous support of VicHealth, Scanlon Foundation, Arts NSW, Australia Council and Hume City Council’s Community Grants Program. Additional funding for training of our Cultural Leaders courtesy of EastWeb. http://meeteat.com.au/episode-4-tour-of-beauty/http://curiousworks.com.auhttp://artsforhealth.com.au/project/meeteat-curiousworks/

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Meet Ahmad, Zahara and Kevin – three artists from Hume who make art that matters. Couple – Ahmad and Zahrah, have made it their mission to search out and photograph ...

Meet Ahmad, Zahara and Kevin – three artists from Hume who make art that matters.

Couple – Ahmad and Zahrah, have made it their mission to search out and photograph falafel and hummus shops in some of the most dangerous war zones and refugee camps around the world so as to bring the every day existence of refugees to our doorstep. Kevin is a 'speed rapper’ called “Spitfire” – an urban, cool kid who spits poetry at high speed, painting a picture of his daily life growing up in Broadmeadows and bringing some important issues to light. Together, these three are making waves.

CULTURE: Lebanese, Burmese, Sri Lankan Berger/Australian.

FOOD: Hummus, Falafel, Lebanese BBQ & Veal in mushroom sauce and salad.

Meet+Eat is an online documentary series in which people from very different backgrounds, sit down, share a meal and have a yarn.Meet+Eat explores the charming and compelling stories of people from two of Australia’s most culturally rich and diverse regions of Australia: Hume in Victoria and South Western Sydney – where you can walk down the street and meet the world.

At its heart, Meet+Eat is about celebrating diversity. Meet the truck drivers, musicians, comedians, teachers and grandmothers of these places. Over the series, you hear their stories of immigration, identity, personal challenges and personal victories. We would love to hear what you have taken from this film, so please comment below or connect and comment on our Facebook page.

Meet+Eat is an initiative of CuriousWorks, with the generous support of VicHealth, Scanlon Foundation, Arts NSW, Australia Council and Hume City Council’s Community Grants Program.

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A little taste of 'On the Line’. Full film posted on Friday 3 April, 2015. Meet Ahmad, Zahara and Kevin – three artists from Hume who make art that matters. ...

A little taste of 'On the Line’. Full film posted on Friday 3 April, 2015. Meet Ahmad, Zahara and Kevin – three artists from Hume who make art that matters. Couple – Ahmad and Zahrah, have made it their mission to search out and document falafel and hummus shops in some of the most dangerous war zones and refugee camps around the world so as to bring the every day existence of refugeeā€™s to our doorstep. Kevin is a 'speed rapper’ called Spitfire – an urban, cool kid who spits poetry at high speed, painting a picture of his daily life growing up in Broadmeadows. Together, these three are making waves.—Don’t miss a thing of the Curious World, SUBSCRIBE to the CuriousWorks YouTube channel. —Meet+Eat is an online documentary series in which people from very different backgrounds, sit down, share a meal and have a yarn.Meet+Eat explores the charming and compelling stories of people from two of Australia’s most culturally rich and diverse regions of Australia: Hume in Victoria and South Western Sydney – where you can walk down the street and meet the world.At its heart, Meet+Eat is about celebrating diversity. Meet the truck drivers, musicians, comedians, teachers and grandmothers of these places. Over the series, you hear their stories of immigration, identity, personal challenges and personal victories.We would love to hear what you have taken from this film, so please comment below or connect and comment on our Facebook page.Meet+Eat is an initiative of CuriousWorks, with the generous support of VicHealth, Scanlon Foundation, Arts NSW, Australia Council and Hume City Council’s Community Grants Program. Additional funding for training of our Cultural Leaders courtesy of EastWeb. http://meeteat.com.au/episode-3-on-the-line/http://curiousworks.com.auhttp://artsforhealth.com.au/project/meeteat-curiousworks/

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Explore identity, representation and food through the eyes of Sean and Buddha, the next generation of Cabramatta.

Meet Sean & Buddha

Explore identity, representation and food through the eyes of Sean and Buddha, the next generation of Cabramatta.

These future community leaders are forging ahead intelligently and weaving their own identities into the fabric of Australian society. Both are exceptional cooks who hold extensive cultural culinary knowledge and are willing to share their kitchen secrets with the audience.

Let Sean and Buddha bring you up to speed on all things Cabramatta and cooking.

CULTURE: Vietnamese, Cambodian

FOOD: Vietnamese Banh Xeo (Sizzling Cake), Somlor Machou Kroeung (Cambodian Beef Soup)

Meet+Eat is an online documentary series in which people from very different backgrounds, sit down, share a meal and have a yarn.Meet+Eat explores the charming and compelling stories of people from two of Australia’s most culturally rich and diverse regions of Australia: Hume in Victoria and South Western Sydney – where you can walk down the street and meet the world.

At its heart, Meet+Eat is about celebrating diversity. Meet the truck drivers, musicians, comedians, teachers and grandmothers of these places. Over the series, you hear their stories of immigration, identity, personal challenges and personal victories. We would love to hear what you have taken from this film, so please comment below or connect and comment on our Facebook page.

Meet+Eat is an initiative of CuriousWorks, with the generous support of VicHealth, Scanlon Foundation, Arts NSW, Australia Council and Hume City Council’s Community Grants Program.