Chinatown Haymarket has emerged as an evolving site where Asian urban modernity is introduced into Sydney.
A survey of British adults shows they have different views on different Asian groups.
While Islamophobic acts in Paris mainly take place in public institutions, in London they're mainly on the street or on public transport.
Social and economic inequality is a serious threat to the sustainability of liberal democracy. It cannot be addressed by declaring that identity claims are democratically suspect.
Michael Mohammed Ahmad's novel The Lebs is a realistic portrayal of teenage boys in Western Sydney.
Stigma about black or African hair reflects deep-seated politics around race and history.
Australia has had a large influx of skilled migrants in recent decades. Better educated and more highly paid than past generations of migrants, they are also creating a different sort of community.
Jihyun Park escaped North Korea and is now living in Manchester. But how to explain her scars to her children? Or why they can't call their relatives still living in North Korea?
We need to educate ourselves daily if we aspire to live peacefully in a multicultural society.
There are more people of Middle Eastern heritage on Australian commercial TV than ever before - in drama, cooking, and Gogglebox.
A series of films made by Muslims shows how much confusion remains about the term.
Big Heart at Theatreworks questions Australia's generosity through the tale of a woman who adopts a child from five continents.
Why language diversity should be celebrated in schools.
Two new laws have grappled with ideas of diversity and the traditional family in Germany.
Reasoned debates on sustainable migration intake levels are important. But transport and health infrastructure shortfalls in Western Sydney won't be solved by reactive anti-immigration attitudes.
Local neighbourhoods where Asians and Muslims form a majority are almost entirely concentrated in Australia’s two major cities – Sydney and Melbourne.
Most psychology research that forms the basis of parenting advice might not apply to you. So, how do you know whether to trust it?
The 2016 Census reveals that Australia is becoming much more diverse – in terms of language, country of birth, Indigenous status, and religion.
'We all have harmony in this area, and these people try to divide us, but we tell them that "we will not let you do that".'
Hawaii was the last state to join the Union. It didn’t happen without a lot of political dealmaking.