Ideas & Inspiration

  • We spoke with celebrity chef Chung Jae Lee on how his cooking and recipes has changed and evolved over the years through his travel and experiences.

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  • Competition entries may be made on Facebook here.   TERMS AND CONDITIONS A TASTE OF HARMONY  1. Think HQ of 16-20 Thistlethwaite Street, South Melbourne (“the Promoter”) is responsible for conducting the A Taste of Harmony Competition (“the Competition”) on behalf of the Trustee for the Scanlon Foundation (ABN 87 838 627 010 ) (“The

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  • ATOH ambassador Alice Zaslavsky shares how she celebrates cultural diversity with her family and friends during the holiday season.   Q: Which holidays are culturally significant for you? Can you describe how they are celebrated?   My cultural background is slightly more diverse than one lineage – I’m Russian, Georgian and Jewish from the Soviet

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  • In 2019, A Taste of Harmony is taking place from 18 – 29 March. To kick things off, we’re running a unique Early Bird competition giving you the chance to win a very special lunch, cooked for you and 9 team mates at your workplace by celebrity chef Ed Halmagyi, aka Fast Ed. Here’s what

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  • We caught up with Loredana Pietrosanti an auditor at ASF Audits, to learn about how their office celebrated A Taste of Harmony.   Why did your organisation choose to take part in A Taste of Harmony? How did it come about? Our office is made of a diverse range of cultures from around the world,

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  • We spoke with Director of Harding Martin Charted Accountants, Vicki Yorston about how their workplace celebrates A Taste of Harmony. Having been an ATOH participant for four years now, it’s a day the Harding Martin staff always looks forward to.

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  • Nation-wide electrical, communications and maintenance organisation, Star Group, was one of many early registrants for A Taste of Harmony 2018. We spoke with Human Resources Manager, Ross Kanaris to discuss why they’ve participated in ATOH for the past two years and how it helps foster diversity and inclusion in their workplace.

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  • Kashif Bouns at Whitten Oval

    Kashif Bouns, Western Bulldogs Community Foundation general manager and A Taste of Harmony supporter, shares his experiences on driving social harmony, and gives insight into how much sport can contribute to community improvement.

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  • We spoke with Immigration Museum General Manager, Rohini Kappadath about the importance of diversity in the workplace, and how the sharing of food can break down barriers and act as a bridge between people and cultures.

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