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Chinese Australians rarely choose to live in rural Australia. Here’s why some have bucked the trend – ABC News

Chinese Australians have helped transform Australia’s biggest cities, but despite a majority choosing the fast-paced life, some still prefer “quiet and tranquil…

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Daniel Kong had trained as a pharmacist before hanging up his white coat for the opportunity to travel the world as a cabin crew member.
But he lost his job when the pandemic hit, and despite having lived in Sydney all his life, he took a chance to experience something different.
Daniel, who calls himself an ABC or an Australian-born Chinese, was lured by an opportunity very few Chinese Australians have chosen to put down roots in regional Australia.
The 2016 census found less than 8 per cent…

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