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  • I Still Call Australia Home
    by Thu Nhân Victoria on January 10, 2012 at 7:41 AM
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    Qantas is Australias biggest airline company. This is a recent Qantas Australia T.V ad. It features the Australian youth choir.

  • Dalat Chiêu Tho
    by Thu Nhân Victoria on June 23, 2010 at 12:26 PM
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    — Nhạc Võ Tá Hân - Thơ Trường Đinh

  • Thuong Hoai Dalat
    by Thu Nhân Victoria on June 23, 2010 at 12:22 PM
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    Thương Hoài Đà Lạt - Cao Ngọc Dung CamLi Nguyễn Thị Mỹ Thanh & Đà Lạt Chiều Mưa

  • Ky Niem Ngay Ra Truong [Phan 1/4]
    by Thu Nhân Victoria on June 23, 2010 at 11:58 AM
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    Kỷ Niệm Ngày Ra Trường, Năm 1974 - CTKD Khóa 7

  • Ky Niem Ngay Ra Truong [Phan 2/4]
    by Thu Nhân Victoria on June 23, 2010 at 11:55 AM
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    Kỷ Niệm Ngày Ra Trường 1974 - CTKD Khóa 7

  • Ky Niem Ngay Ra Truong [Phan 3/4]
    by Thu Nhân Victoria on June 23, 2010 at 11:54 AM
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    Kỷ Niệm Ngày Ra Trường, Năm 1974 - CTKD Khóa 7

  • Ky Niem Ngay Ra Truong [Phan 4/4]
    by Thu Nhân Victoria on June 23, 2010 at 11:53 AM
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    Kỷ Niệm Ngày Ra Trường, Năm 1974 - CTKD Khóa 7

  • Dalat Mua
    by Thu Nhân Victoria on June 23, 2010 at 2:11 AM
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    ĐÀ LẠT MƯA - Mưa trên phiến lá bùi ngùi Để rơi hạt bụi ngủ vùi nhớ cây Mưa làm ướt tóc ai đây Lặng yên với gió thôi bay bềnh bồng Mưa sa trên những nụ hồng Như môi ai đợi rượu nồng tìm say Mưa giăng phố núi chiều nay Cho nhau những hạt mưa bay ngọt ngào Mưa rơi cho đá tìm nhau Chở che chân bước thêm bao nhiêu đời Mưa qua dốc núi cao vời Thinh không gió hát với trời hoàng hôn Mưa tuôn qua kẽ tay buồn Nào ai giữ được nụ hôn gió mời Mưa cho ướt áo ai dài Lạnh đôi vai nhỏ mang hoài niệm xưa Mưa về rủ cái nắng trưa Tự tình để ngẩn ngơ hoa thêm sầu Mưa chia cách cuộc đời nhau Thôi về, quên hết xôn xao muộn phiền - THẶNG VÕ -

  • Visit Australia
    by Thu Nhân Victoria on June 10, 2010 at 12:42 PM
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  • Top 10 Places to Visit in Australia
    by Thu Nhân Victoria on June 10, 2010 at 12:38 PM
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  • Melbourne, Victoria
    by Thu Nhân Victoria on June 10, 2010 at 12:35 PM
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    Melbourne, the capital of the state of Victoria, is set around the shores of Victoria's Port Phillip Bay and boasts a lively and cosmopolitan pulse, with chic boutiques, buzzing cafes and bars, immaculate gardens and festivals and popular sporting events. The city sits on the Yarra River, about five kilometres from the bay. One glance at a map and it's obvious Melbourne is a planned city: a tidy, balanced grid of neatly angled streets. But beneath this sense of restraint lies a restless creative energy. Discover the work of talented local artists, architects and designers in stylish fashion boutiques, buzzing laneway cafes, hidden galleries and trendy bars. Melbourne is a city of style and sophistication, with an inviting cosmopolitan atmosphere. It is a melting pot of cultures reflected in its microcosm of restaurants, cafes, bistros and bars. Melbourne's dining offers a dizzying spread of great cuisines, serving meals from the substantial and classic to the truly exotic. From locally designed originals to the best of international fashion brands you'll be spoilt for choice in Melbourne's shopping precincts. Explore the inner city shopping centres and the city's myriad of arcades and laneways. The CBD is made up of many precincts - enclaves with their own distinct flavour and charm. Some are just a lane or two, while others cover a suburb or a busy CBD street. Spend time experiencing the richness of Melbourne's different cultures from the Greek Quarter around Lonsdale Street, Italian in Lygon street, Vietnamese in Victoria Street to the Chinese culture in Chinatown and the upmarket Paris End of Collins Street. Leave time to admire the elegant Victorian-era streetscapes, take in a film or food festival and add a visit to one of the many galleries and opulent theatres.

  • Marvellous Melbourne
    by Thu Nhân Victoria on June 10, 2010 at 12:28 PM
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    Tristan Bancks explores Australia's Marvellous Melbourne! From Travel Channel's "Travel Today"


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