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    Ngày Chủ Nhật, 23 tháng 6 năm 2024 - Nhân Tuần lễ Tị Nạn - Viên Bảo Tàng NVTD /Úc Châu



    Ngày hôm qua Chủ Nhật, 23 tháng 6 năm 2024 - Tuần lễ Tị Nạn - Viên Bảo Tàng NVTD/Melbourne, Úc Châu.

    Lễ Tưởng niệm Thuyền nhân và Tỵ nạn 2024 do Viện Bảo Tàng Người Việt Tự Do Úc châu tổ chức trong tuần lễ tỵ nạn với chủ đề “T́m kiếm tự do” tại Tượng đài Thuyền nhân, Jensen Reserve Park, Footscray.

    * Video @1h32’ :Người di tản buồn, với ca nhạc sĩ Nam Lộc.

    Ngày hôm qua chủ nhật 23 tháng 6 năm 2024 - Nhân Tuần lễ Tị Nạn - Viên Bảo tàng NVTD /Úc châu ( Melbourne ) đă tổ chúc buổi lễ Tưởng niệm Thuyền Nhân và Tị Nạn - Xin mời xem buổi lễ qua youtube -

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    Tuần Lễ Tỵ Nạn 2024 - Tưởng nhớ Cố Thủ Tướng Malcolm Fraser


    Refugee Week 2024 - Remembering the late Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser


    "Today, as we reflect on Malcolm Fraser’s contributions, we honour his unwavering belief in the dignity of all people. His actions remind us that leadership rooted in empathy and respect can transform lives and build bridges between cultures. Fraser's legacy is not just written in the annals of history but lives on in your stories, your successes, and the thriving Vietnamese community in Australia."

    Vu Long Tran
    Second Vietnamese Australian generation

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    Tuần Lễ Tỵ Nạn 2024 - Tưởng nhớ Cố Thủ Tướng Malcolm Fraser

    "Sự lãnh đạo của ông trong một trong những giai đoạn thử thách nhất của lịch sử cận đại đã cho thế giới thấy rằng lòng nhân ái, nhân đạo có thể thay đổi cục diện của cuộc sống."

    Trần Vũ Long
    Thế hệ người Úc gốc Việt thứ hai.

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    Ladies and Gentlemen,

    My name is Vu Long Tran | and I'd like to thank you for allowing me the honour to speak with you all today. We gather here, to reflect on a remarkable individual whose legacy is intertwined with our lives and the lives of many of our community-Malcolm Fraser, > the 22nd Prime Minister of Australia. His deep commitment to humanity and justice left an indelible mark on Australian society, particularly in the lives of Vietnamese refugees and many others from the indochina region.

    As many of you remember, the end of the Vietnam War in 1975 led to a human rights crisis. Thousands of Vietnamese people sought refuge beyond their homeland's borders. The harrowing images, videos and experience of our people risking their lives in search for freedom | are etched in history and in your memories. It was a time of immense uncertainty and peril.

    Amidst this crisis, Malcolm Fraser emerged as a beacon of hope and compassion. His leadership and policies during this period | were not just political decisions; they were acts of profound humanity. Fraser recognised the urgent need to provide refuge and support to those fleeing oppression.

    His government initiated a series of measures that paved the way for Vietnamese refugees to find a new home | in Australia.

    Fraser's approach was revolutionary for its time. He believed in a multicultural Australia, one that embraced diversity and offered a fresh start to those seeking liberty and democracy. Under his leadership, Australia accepted tens of thousands of Vietnamese refugees, a move that required not only political courage but also a deep empathy for human suffering.

    Fraser's policies provided the foundation for the resettlement programs that helped Vietnamese refugees integrate into Australian society.

    Many of you here today might recall the initial uncertainty and fear upon arriving in a foreign land. However, you also experienced | the welcoming arms of a Country.

    willing to offer you a chance to rebuild your lives. This generosity was in no small part due to Malcolm Fraser's vision. He understood that Australia's strength lay in its diversity and that the contributions of new migrants would enrich the nation.

    Fraser's impact extends beyond policy. He fostered a culture of acceptance and support that resonated through the generations. His legacy is visible in the vibrant Vietnamese communities that have flourished across Australia.

    Your success stories, your businesses, your contributions to the arts, sciences, and civic life, all stand as testaments to Fraser's foresight and compassion as well as your own resilience, strength and passion.

    Today, as we reflect on Malcolm Fraser's contributions, we honour his unwavering belief in the dignity of all people. His actions remind us that leadership rooted in empathy and respect can transform lives and build bridges between cultures. Fraser's legacy is not just written in the annals of history but lives on in your stories, your successes, and the thriving Vietnamese community in Australia.

    As we remember Malcolm Fraser, let us also celebrate the enduring bond between Australia and the Vietnamese community. His leadership during one of the most challenging periods of modern history showed the world that compassion and humanity can indeed change the course of lives.

    Thank you

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