With half of its population born overseas, this suburb is a living snapshot of the highs and lows of chasing the Australian dream.
By Samuel Yang
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“Am I going to be OK there in Australia? Am I going to be able to learn the language and make friends and fit into the community?”
These are some of the questions Iraqi refugee Zinah al-Haidari was asking herself as her family prepared to move 13,000 kilometres around the world to New South Wales back in 2013.
“Because I’m from a minority religious…