Australian Culture : Australia, Australian Icon, Sport, Politics, And Culture Of Australia

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Summary:
This document prepares a detail description of Australian context in various domains and skills. It includes discussions such as indigenous culture of Australia, Australian Icon, sport, politics, slangs, icons, curriculum and ancient history of Australia.
This document is intended to give a brief review on these selected topics from an Australian point of view.

Exercise 1:
Australian Indigenous Culture:
Indigenous Australia is not just one particular group. Islanders and aboriginals altogether have different thoughts, beliefs and ideas. The culture is a blend of contemporary and traditional belief and practices. These culture overlaps and evolved over time. Eg Rainbow Serpent.These aboriginals and Islanders has developed and
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But as seen today people live their way over wide style raging from the aboriginal culture to the new European culture. Today we see many aboriginal living mixed ways of life adopting the new influenced European culture to the old existing culture, but somehow maintaining a tinge of the old culture they are brought up with.
Exercise 2:
Australian Sports:
Timothy Filiga "Tim" Cahill also known famously as Tim Cahill is a famous Australian soccer player. He currently plays in Chinese Super League for Shanghai Shenhua. An all time top goal scorer for the Australian National Football team. A strong midfielder , but Cahill was well known for his attacking and powerful approach and a good header in the penalty area with a score of 20 goals in heading alone. He has played for various A league teams around the world eg NewYork Red Bulls, Everton. High profile player in the AFC(Asian Football Confederation) with over 80 caps and about 40 goals for Australia. First Australian to score in a world cup and went on to score in 3 world cups with a total tally of 5 goals.
Born and brought up in Sydney, New south Wales with an English Father and a Samoan mother, he had his first football when he was a small child although he started playing in Samoan Rugby League. He started playing football as a young boy for Balmain Police Boys club and many more other clubs. His brother Chris Cahill is the Samoan football team captain and
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