Refugees learn English for a second chance at life

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Bendigo TAFE holds an English Language class for refugees from all walks of life. 

John, Morteza and Mu Chi share stories from their homeland and their new experiences in the “quiet town” of Bendigo. 

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HENRY BALLARD
I'm a budding, 21-year-old feature writer. My favourite topics are racial issues as well as more general politics, both Australian and overseas. I’m also very interested in sports and crime, as I have played and watched many sports over the years. (I have not, however, committed any crimes to date).

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