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In Australia, New Tibetan Migrants Learn to Swim

Australia’s largest community of Tibetan refugees is based in a beach town in Sydney. In their new home far from the Himalayas, hundreds of Tibetans are learning to swim. It’s an important safety skill for those living near the ocean - as well as a way to adapt to Australian culture. Waves crash on the beach in Dee Why, an idyllic seaside town about 40 minutes north of Sydney. It is early evening but surfers and swimmers still dot the waters of the Pacific Ocean. A large swimming pool fed...

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