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Is Sydney a multicultural city?

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There are a variety of people from different countries living in Sydney. Many of our families chose to migrate to Sydney. On the other end, many international and interstate tourists choose Sydney as their working holiday destination of choice. Just like any other city, we also have a Chinatown. We also have the Italian precinct in Norton Street. Brighton-Le-Sands is home to an abundance of Greek Taverns. Many people also mention that they have an exchange student staying with them. Do we really welcome people of all different nationalities into our fabulous city?

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Definitely. People are so friendly here, and we embrace different cultures with open arms. Sydney siders enthusiastically participate in activities such as the Chinese New Year celebrations and the Italian Fiesta. Love it.
Sydney is a huge and highly populated multicultural city where people flock to from all parts of the world, an immense melting point for all cultures.
I think we do, and I think that the city really benefits from it. We have some great restaurants because of migrants bringing their cuisines, and we are quick to take to festivals celebrating different nationalities.
After 16 years of education in Sydney I can safely say that this city is certainly multicultural. I have friends of every cultural background, and when compared to my relatives in Belgium, Sydney looks very global by comparison. My favourite cultural event is the Ferragosto event held at Five Dock every year to celebrate Italian culture.
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