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AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES Australian Aborigines, acording to studies were possibly the first humans populated the earth about 12,000 years before the birth of Europe. His story is based on suffering from white people arrived in their territory, which was sacred to them, because as they say "Aboriginals do not own the land, are possessed by the earth and its trustees," this eviction process led to a series of abuse and were taken as slaves to the white-skinned people, this comes after a time called 'TOLEN GENERATION', which is based on the theft of children under 5 years to their aboriginal parents between 1910 and 1970. There are over 250 different dialects, less than 200 of these languages are still in force and all but 20 are in danger of extinction. It is believed that before the arrival of Europeans in Australia, the Aboriginal population was between 318.000 and 750.000 in the continent and these are concentrated mostly in the Australian coa st. The vast majority of these tribes was
n om a d i c a n d wa s or ga n i z e d around collecting, hunting or fishing. Their art, lives, is clearly an art rock, rich and complex, with totemic paintings on their bodies. Their religion is based on the land, linking each to a totem group, usually one of the features of the landscape they inhabit. This involves the creation of strong linkages between these tribes and the land they inhabit, which they feel part and protect. In Aboriginal cosmology, everything and all the space and time are interwoven and interdependent, meaning that everything is connected to each other. One element that stands out in this culture is the strong connection that Aboriginal people feel about nature. This union provides the basis of their particular world view and the role of the human being on Earth and also permeates all aspects of daily life. They believe that man is part of a higher essence is nature, which are part of the living and the dead, from the rock, rain, worm, or the trees till the kangaroos and men.
According to this view, the man is not a superior being, but shares the environment with the rest of the beings of the Earth, and so necessary that such is the existence of the lizards as their own. In Aboriginal cosmology, everything and all the space and time are interwoven and interdependent, meaning that everything is connected to each other. One element that stands out in this culture is the strong connection that Aboriginal people feel about nature.
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Certain Ceremonies Concerned with Marriage In the ceremonies of these tribes is very common to be chosen a wife from another tribe, besides this is very considerable under ordinary circumstances in the Arunta and other tribes one man is only allowed to have marital relations with women of a particular class, there are customs which allow, at certain times, of a man having
such relations with women to whom at other times he would not on any account be allowed to have access. We find, indeed, that this holds true in the case of all the nine different tribes with the marriage customs of which we are acquainted, and in which a woman becomes the private property of one man.
IMPORTANT HOLIDAYS IN AUSTRALIA Sydney Festival
National Day of Australia
It a major arts festival in Australia's largest city, Sydney that runs for three weeks every January, since it was established in 1977. The festival program features in excess of 100 events from local and international artists and includes contemporary and classical music, dance, circus, drama,visual arts and artist talks.
It is celebrated annually on 26 January; this commemorates the arrival at Sydney Cove in 1788 and the proclamation at that time of British sovereignty over the eastern seaboard of New Holland. You should go to visited Australia these dates because the event is very beautiful and people come from all places. In this date the season is high and it is good to arrihttp://www.nowpublic.com/ val before of 26 January.
Perth International Arts Festival
It is Australia's longest running cultural festival, held annually in Western Australia between February-March. In this festival converges classical music, dance, theatre, opera, visual arts and large-scale public works. The Perth international arts festival is the best of Australia
International Festival of the comedy
It takes place between April and May in Melbourne it is the third bigger festival of the world and the biggest cultural event in Australia, it has Australian and international comedians' performances. Although it is mainly a vehicle for stand-up and the cabaret acts, the festival has also included shows drawing, theater, improvisation theater, debates, muhttp://thewhoot.com.au/past-events/ sical shows and art exhibitions. australia-day-celebrations
The Camel Cup
It an annual camel racing festival held in Australia. By the middle of the month of July the Camel Cup place takes in the Blatherskite Park of Alice Springs, a curious organized career of camels for the Lions Club of the city from 1970. In each competition 15 camels participate in a festival and carnivalesque atmosphere for children's amusement and adults. For some years it is also organized careers of camels galloped by children.
Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF)
It is an acclaimed annual film festival held over three weeks in Melbourne, Australia. This festival has intrinsic significance for Australians because it was founded in 1952. Great actors come to the festival due of its important of the world.
THE BUSH TUCKER
The “Bush Tucker” is a native food of the Australian Aborigines they fed from this dish for 50.000 years it is very important for their culture to preserve this recipe; in recent years chefs around the world found a new combinations and tastes to expand their cuisine
insects of this region. For example some fruits are tree tomatoes, quandong, kutjera, muntries, riberry & Davidson's plum.
and traditional food. To prepare this dish the Australian Natives need many ingredients, especially this has medicinal and culinary uses, these ingredients include wild fruit, variety of meat, herbs, spice, vegetables, flowers and native reptiles and
Some Ingredients (Fruit) www.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au/ education/Resources/ kids_zone/showbags
Native spices include lemon myrtle, mountain pepper, and aniseed myrtle, the main vegetable is green warrigal also it is used mushrooms, in addition animal food (meat) kangaroo, emu and crocodile including. Now in restaurants around Australia, you can find this native food but these recipes changed respect to the original Native feed, though they used some ingredients his dish is very popular here and it has expanded in many other countries trying not to damage the environment recollect the fruit, and all products that this gives us.
Is very important for their culture to preserve this recipe; in recent years chefs around the world found a new combinations and tastes to expand their cuisine and traditional food. http://www.lonelyplanet.com/papua-new-guinea/ images/bush-tucker-papua-new-guinea$4992-1
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Now in restaurants around Australia, you can find this native food but these recipes changed respect to the original Native feed
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