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Melbourne Magpie Paperback – 17 Aug 2018
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'Melbourne Magpie' represents Indian migrants to foreign countries where they dream of having a better standard of living and disciplined working conditions than at their point-of-origin. Nevertheless, it is always a struggle to merge into cultures of the host country, for ethnic lifestyles, religious practices and culinary tastes of migrants do not easily draw a parallel. Melbourne Magpie is a typical story of cultural integration of emigrants to Australia and in the course, how new relationships are being formed, marching towards a global village. The bird Magpie symbolizes black and white, two shades of human character – one secretive within oneself and the other to deal with surrounding world. About the Author Raymond Machado has been writing for the past several decades, having to his credit a dozen books and hundreds of articles in various periodicals, both in Marathi and English. After graduation he completed Licentiate in Philosophy (L.Ph) and did his Mass Media Communications course from St. Xavier's College Institute, Mumbai, with subjects: Journalism, Radio, Drama and Cinema-TV. His major working career was spent in Oil Industry at Arabian American Oil Co. (ARAMCO) in Saudi Arabia and has travelled worldwide. For four years Mr. Machado worked as Radio Journalist and Broadcaster at Pope's Vatican Radio in Rome. Having received awards for his writings, recently his Marathi novel "KOPAT' has been selected as a text book for 2nd Year Marathi B.A. Syllabus by the University of Bombay, India.
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