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Aussie popstar Prince Mak rose to fame as a member of Jackie Chan's K-pop idol group JJCC, and he is currently on the rise in China as an actor. He’s quite the quadruple threat; acting, singing, dancing and being friends with Jackie Chan #jealous. Now you can join him every week to hear about his life as a star. He answers your questions through the hashtag #sbspopasiaprincemak on Twitter too, so get involved in the convo!
 
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Australia’s first recession in 29 years has financial counsellors busy taking calls from people who have never faced debt problems, and there are concerns debt amid the pandemic may provoke serious mental health concerns. - Udar ókkol biayaram ibar thaím ót hono 'Údar ór tsunami' oízaí boné?Yan zani bolla fúni só SBS Rohingya.…
 
It is now mark the third anniversary of the mass exodus of Rohingya people from Myanmar amid brutal violence, and with it comes new analysis that 100,000 babies have been born in camps since. The future for these children looks bleak.On this occasion SBS Rohingya got an opportunity to interview Wai Wai Nu.Wai Wai Nu is a Burmese activist who advoca…
 
The economic damage inflicted by COVID-19 restrictions has seen over three million Australians dip into their superannuation savings. - COVID-19 ór thaím ót ekonomi ór óre beca beci asor oíye.Yan ólla boli 3 million Australiaar manúic ottu tarar super ór thiéñya iín nelaí foíjje.
 
Tuesday marks the third anniversary of the mass exodus of Rohingya people from Myanmar amid brutal violence, and with it comes new analysis that 100,000 babies have been born in camps since. The future for these children looks bleak.On this occasion SBS Rohingya got an opportunity to interview Wai Wai Nu.Wai Wai Nu is a Burmese activist who advocat…
 
The New South Wales Premier, Gladys Berejiklian, says Queensland's criteria for re-opening its border with her state are too onerous. New South Wales recorded 12 new cases, including three where the source of the infection is not known. - New South Wales ór Gladys Berejiklin,ye hoddé Queensland ye dubara border kúlibolla ibar state loí beci saár.Ek…
 
Many temporary migrants have endured hardship during COVID-19, as found in a recent survey conducted by Unions New South Wales. With 87 per cent of respondents reporting that they had difficulty paying their weekly expenses and 43 per cent skipping meals on a regular basis, we explore some survival tips you may find useful during these turbulent ti…
 
The pandemic has sent shockwaves through businesses that usually thrive in normal times. But the disruptive nature of viral outbreaks has left some distressed owners eager to offload their burden. Is now a good time to buy a business? - Iba hoñno bala thaím né hasharbar kini bolla?Has gori COVID-19 ór thaím ibat. Aro zainto sailé fúni so SBS Rohing…
 
During COVID-19 pandemic, Link Health and Community partnered with South East Community Links to develop some video resources for the Rohingya community living in Melbourne's South-East and beyond.SBS Rohingya got the opportunity to interview Tin Tin May Bicultural Community Workers with Link HC in regrading to their role in developing this resourc…
 
The pandemic’s economic fallout has the Reserve Bank of Australia predicting the unemployment rate is likely to rise to 10 per cent by the end of the year, affecting not just local workers, but many temporary migrants whose job hunting efforts have become more challenging than ever. - Australia ár ekonomi foíjje lotí biyaram ibar thaím ót,beca beci…
 
During COVID-19 pandemic, Link Health and Community partnered with South East Community Links to develop some video resources for the Rohingya community living in Melbourne's South-East and beyond.SBS Rohingya got the opportunity to interview Mohamed Yunus, Bicultural Community Workers with Link HC in regrading to their role in developing this reso…
 
Men are often taught to stay strong no matter what adversity they face in life. But dreams of resettlement in Australia can sometimes crumble when emotions get out of control and family relationships fall apart. Experts say sharing your feelings isn’t a weakness but a sign of strength. - BEÇAÍN DOR DEMAKI SEKOON, BIAYARAM AR ARAM OR BAABOTE FÚNI SO…
 
Premier Daniel Andrews outlined three categories of businesses in Melbourne that will be subject to different levels of restrictions. Supermarkets, grocery stores, bottle shops, pharmacies, petrol stations, banks, news agencies and post offices, plus all services relating to healthcare, will not be subject to changes. - Hasbarbar ólla Victoria ár n…
 
Victoria’s embattled aged care sector is grappling with widespread infections resulting in over 100 deaths amid the coronavirus pandemic. There are lessons for desperate families when considering residential aged care for your loved ones during these trying times. - Bura manúic ór zaga át ónnor adoijjalla saílé coronaviurs ór thaím ót, tuañrtu ki g…
 
The calming qualities of greenery may improve and nourish our general physical and mental wellbeing. Many are turning to indoor plants, even growing their own food,to find stability amid social restrictions during COVID-19 pandemic. - Haíl wan yian saíle manúic ór butore canti ayé fuáñti demaki sekoon ó fa.Eítalla COVID-19 biyaram ór thaím ót beca …
 
Desperate visa applicants are turning to migration agents as their hope for a new life in Australia. But according to some registered migration agents, not all agents can be trusted. - Zedice tuñi Australia aíbar pelan góíllé fúni so Australia ár maígeracion ejen kenggóri ham goredé yan ór baabote.
 
SBS Rohingya has became the medium of communication for Rohingyan around the world particularly from Australia.They believed that SBS Rohingya gave them a voice to share their life stories and achievements so that it will inspire and motivate the rest of Rohingyan around the world to strive for success. - SBS Rohingya, Rohingya ár kissa buzaíbar zo…
 
This webinar brings together a panel of Rohingya women in various fields of expertise to share their observations on the gendered experiences of Rohingya women through genocide, mass atrocities, and lives as refugees. One of the panel will be from Australia Noor Azizah she is the part of refugee steering committee for ATCR (Annual Tripartite Consul…
 
Travel restrictions and COVID-19 social distancing measures are further delaying processing times for partner visa applicants within and outside Australia. - Sofor ór baabote bón raíkke de yan ólla boli partner visa ár dorhas ór poroses giín deri óíjar goí ki Australia butore ók ya bar óttu ók.
 
Victoria has reported a record 317 new COVID-19 cases with two new deaths from the virus taking the national toll to 113. The two men were aged in their 80s. Premier Daniel Andrews says there are now 1909 COVID-19 patients in Victorian hospitals with 29 in intensive care. - COVID-19 kes Victoria át baçi zar goí fuañti Hotel ót curu oíde kes ó boçer…
 
Australia has one of the most robust economies in the world. Under the Temporary Skill Shortage visa program, businesses can sponsor overseas skilled workers if they cannot find a suitably qualified Australian. - Australia át sobse behtor gorí torika ói faréde ekonomi ír hisab zoriya ókkol asé,Oinno dec loí hisab gori sáíle.Temporary Skill Shortage…
 
As United States Founding Father Benjamin Franklin once noted, nothing is certain except death and taxes. And even the coronavirus pandemic cannot put off tax time - but how is COVID-19 going to affect your tax return this year? - Coronavirus ór biyaram ibar thaím ót tax óre báddi nafariba,toí kenggóri COVID-19 ólla boli tuáñar tax return ót asor o…
 
Miss Pan Sandar Myint will be the very first Rohingyan woman to compete in beauty pagent. Currently she working in immigration sector and she is one of the finalist of MS Australia World National finalist. She is very determined and ambitious to fight for Rohingyan right. - Foílé Rohingya duniat mazé cúndór ór zibbat ót uíççedé:Pan Sandar Myint ya …
 
If your visa is set to be cancelled during the coronavirus pandemic, not seeking prompt legal advice could jeopardise your chances of lawfully staying in Australia. - Zedice tuáñar visa kensel oíbar takilé coronavirus biyaram ibar thaím ót,ar tuñi soí gori hono ekan kanuní modot moswara no saí takilé,tuáñrtu Australia át kanun mutabek takibolla moc…
 
Australia’s coronavirus curve has flattened but with some restrictions still in place, many are still homebound. Without the freedom to engage in activities we once enjoyed,why not make the most of the current situation by learning a new professional skill or revisiting a lost passion - Australia ár coronavirus homi aí aícce de hasá,ajo kicu pawand…
 
COVID-19 is dramatically disrupting on the lives of close to 97,000 bridging visa holders in Australia who are unable to access the federal government’s COVID-19 support schemes. - COVID-19 ólla boli 97000 manúic ziín briding visa loí asé tara zindigi beci bodoli giyoí ar Australia ár federal sorkar ór scheme ókkol banaíyedé iín ót goli nafarer.…
 
Hussain Hussain a Rohingyan man currently living in NSW. COVID-19 has not impacted him that much compare to other, Just there where changing of social connection. He is giving good advice and motivational support to other to continues working hard and live life by appreciating the value of time. - Hussain Hussain oíldeki uggwá Rohingya manúic ekhon…
 
From the towns that retire early to wine-growing hubs and the remote outback, regional Australia is offering safe working conditions, the world’s highest minimum wage and welcoming communities. - Australia ar gauñ elakat hefazot ar bala hamor halot offer gorer.Dunia ar sobsé beci minimum tonha loí ar welkom gorede iíndilla cómaj loí.…
 
Ro Mehrooz a Rohingyan from Buthidaung, Burma.Born and rise in home country.Have to put up with so many sort of oppression from the authorities in home countries, still managed to complete year 10.Despite being educated it mean nothing for Rohingyan in term of future prospective in their own home county Myanmar. - Ro Mehrooz fóíde óíyede Buthidaung…
 
Grandparents traditionally play a significant role in the Australian family life, but with the government advising older people to stay home, social isolation is changing the way many now approach grandparenting. - Australia ár fémli ír zindigi ít dada dadi ar nana nani án hodé iín beci zoruri.Kintu aí thaím ót zohon sorkar yé bura manúic ókkollore…
 
Ro Mehrooz a Rohingyan from Buthidaung, Burma.Born and rise in home country.Have to put up with so many sort of oppression from the authorities in home countries, still managed to complete year 10.Despite being educated it mean nothing for Rohingyan in term of future prospective in their own home county Myanmar. - Ro Mehrooz fóíde óíyede Buthidaung…
 
Advocates for action on family violence are concerned that the COVID-19 pandemic has become a desperate time for women experiencing family violence who are dependents of temporary visa holders, with their ordeal compounded by barriers in accessing social services due to their visa status. - COVID-19 ólla boli beca beci beçiaín góror butorór mara ma…
 
If you are over 60 and living with a chronic condition, you may be worried about your regular medical visits during COVID-19 but with Australia’s infection rates controlled better than in many parts of the world, experts say you shouldn’t worry about receiving physical treatment at healthcare facilities. - Zedice tuáñar boc 60 bosor ór oíle ,tuáñrt…
 
Fears are mounting for the thousands of refugees who live in the filthy,cramped camps of Cox Bazar in Bangladesh,after a Rohingya man become the first ti test positive for Covid-19 - Hazar hazar Rohingya refuji butore dor curu oíye zeñtte neíki,duniat mazé sobsa boro ar haíça haçi ar hosora refuji kamp ót foíla coronavirus ór kes curu oíyé.Cox Baza…
 
Three Rohingyan mothers from Australia preferred to send back their child to school. Sajida one of the mother says while being interviewed by SBS Rohingya that nothing in the world can replace school in delivering education and knowledge to her children.To find out more listen to SBS Rohingya. - SBS Rohingya yé tin zon fuaíndor maa ókkol loí hotá h…
 
While the prime minister wants all schools to resume by June, many parents are keeping their children at home out of concern for their safety. Luckily for those parents, resources and help for home-based learning are available if needed. - Prime minister yé yas saddé ki June ótti har ekan eskul Australia yar butore curu oí bolla.Kintu hudun maa baa…
 
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If you earned an Australian income between July 1 and June 30, you will need to lodge a tax return by October 31. Here are some ways you can claim tax refunds and lessen your tax bill for the financial year. - Zedice tuñi July 1 óttu loti June 30 fán hono uggwá bosor ót ham goíjjodé oíle tuáñrtu tax return gora foribou Oktober 31 or butore.Eçe funí…
 
MR Mohammad Rauf one of the leader from Arakan Rohingya Development Association-Australia were invited to talk with SBS Rohingya in regarding to Ramadhan during COVID-19 messages and how it will be observed differently this year and being vigilant during this Ramadhan to protect yourself and community from COVID-19. - MR Mohammad Rauf uggwá añárar …
 
Each year on the 25th of April we mark Anzac Day when we remember those who served and died in armed conflict. Anzac Day has become a symbol of Australia’s national identity. Anzacs means the soldiers of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps and included many Indigenous and multicultural servicemen and women. - Fótti bosor 25 April ,oíldeki Anz…
 
Australia’s deputy chief medical officer has urged Muslims not to break coronavirus restrictions during Ramadan, saying it could pose a 'serious risk' to vulnerable members of the community and the greater population. - Australia’s deputy chief medical officer yé tamam musalman óre hasé aros goreddé ki coronaviurs ór kanun no báñggibolla Romzan mac…
 
Dozens of Rohingya refugees have been found dead on a boat believed to have been adrift at sea for as long as two months. - Hotó dozen Rohingya refúji ókkol mora loút fa,búth óre hotó mac baci taíbade dója át
 
Many Australians, along with workers from 88% of organisations around the globe, have had to adjust to the sudden change of working from home. Experts say it is in both the employer and employee’s vested interest to maintain a safe work environment. - Settlement Guide: Tuáñar hoq ókkol ar zímma ókkol gor óttu taí ham gori baccot…
 
As the devastating impact of COVID-19 is felt across the Australian economy, the banking sector, federal, state and territory governments are taking urgent measures to keep small businesses afloat. Here's how you can build a safety net and weather the storm. - COVID-19 óllah boli Australiar ekonomir óre beci asor oíye.Bank,federal,state ar territor…
 
Authorities across the country are urging people to remain vigilant over Easter, as they enact measures to protect vulnerable Australians during the coronavirus pandemic. - Sorkar yé manúic ókkolloré aros goredé ki husyari gori takibola Easter ór theim ót. Zehon tara kanun banaiye nazuk asé de itarare hefazot goribolla coronavirus biyaram ibar hala…
 
The World Health Organization has announced that COVID-19 is a pandemic. Find out how we are monitoring and responding to the outbreak, how you can help slow the spread of COVID-19 in Australia, and what to do if you have symptoms.Dr. Anita Schug, Rohingya Neurosurgeon from Rohingya Medics Organisation,providing thorough information about COVID-19,…
 
People working on the frontline of the Australia's coronavirus response say they're hopeful the country can avoid what's occurred overseas, where hospitals have been overburdened with COVID-19 patients. - Balá alamot dáha zar:Australia COVID-19 ór bura alamot ót basi taki faribou. Aro zainto saíle fúni so SBS Rohingya...…
 
COVID-19 is having unprecedented effects on communities in Australia and around the world. We understands that this is a difficult time for all Australians and we acknowledge the impact coronavirus (COVID-19) is having on the migrant and multicultural communities. - Covid-19 Australiar Rohingya fémli ókkolleh kengóri samna gorer? Zani bolla fúni so…
 
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