AMY NGUYEN, Zen Tea Lounge

AMY NGUYEN, Zen Tea Lounge

“My name is Amy. I came to Australia when I was 12. My sisters escaped from communist Vietnam by boat before being accepted to come to Australia from Hong Kong. My parents and I arrived ten years later, in 1995. I don’t think I could do what my sisters did for...
Responding to the Pink Recession

Responding to the Pink Recession

We know that women in Australia have always been more financially vulnerable than men. They are paid less (20.8% less), are twice as likely to work part-time, they have 22% less in superannuation at retirement, and are more likely to be in casual work or be dependent...