All Stars to Showcase Asian Songs at Chermside Library

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For six years now, Brisbane has been celebrating the BrisAsia Festival, a celebration of traditional and contemporary Asian arts and cultural events. The event features the finest dances, theatres, music, food, films, talks, and visual arts in celebration of the Asian cultures in Brisbane.

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The festival is held over three weeks, usually from 10th of February to 4th March. As many as 80 events are being held across the city for the festival.

For the last leg of the BrisAsia Festival 2018, the South Bank All Stars will be performing at the Chermside Library on the 3rd of March from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. The group will be performing Asian songs, including songs from China, Indonesia, Japan, Tibet, Korea, and Thailand.

The All Stars is a band comprised of TAFE (Technical and Further Education) migrant and refugee students. They will be presenting Asian songs accompanied by Asian traditional instruments.

TAFE is the leading provider for high quality and accessible training for thousands of students each year. It is under MECA, which specialises in giving advice for those who are interested about immigration to Australia. Their services include client representation in all legal aspects of Australia’s immigration system.

To know more about the simultaneous events happening for the last week of BrisAsia Festival 2018, please click here.