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Australia transforms into a multicultural nation with influx of new immigrants from Asia

Australia is now reportedly the only English-speaking country whose population has a majority of migrants. PHOTO: AFP
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SYDNEY - The recent Australian census results confirm what a stroll through the centre of any of the country's major cities reveals: that Australia has shifted from its historic Anglo roots to a multicultural nation of immigrants.

But these changing demographics are not always apparent in the institutions that make up the centres of Australian power and decision-making.

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