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  • 1. Tree of Life
  • 2. Karen, Australian and Chin flags
  • 3. Photos of the making of the tree, and our own stories.‘Tree of Life’ written in Thai (above).
  • 4.
  • 5. Biak Ki
    Group photo for the newspaper.
    Leaves.
  • 6. Roots
    Represent where we come from, our heritage, our countries, our land, our languages and our people.
  • 7. Rem & the tree.
  • 8. Robert, (Chin) & Ly (Cambodian),Now living in Australia and studying English.
  • 9.
  • 10. Sui Tin & Jane admiring the tree at the Red Earth Art Gallery in Mooroolbark (with Nay Ta Gay’s paintings behind). ‘Freedom from Fear’ was the theme.
  • 11. Proud artist – posing for the newspaper!
  • 12. Hsa Hay and Pahay
    Proud at the exhibition
  • 13. Jane & Pahay
    In front of Hsa Hay’s Painting.
  • 14. Hsa Hay, Pahay, Jane & Robyn
    And the tree of life..
  • 15. Biak Ki, Cerku with the Chin (left) and Karen (right) models in traditional dress.
  • 16. Janet & Jane with the models
  • 17. Excursion -2y
  • 18. Flowers (and fruit) represent the gifts we receive.
    Thank you 2y, you are my gift.
    -Jane.