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Honouring the Chinese ANZACS

Honouring the Chinese ANZACS

Updated 25 July 2014, 17:37 AEST

The contribution of Chinese Australians who served in World War One is being honoured at a museum in the centre of Melbourne.

The Chinese ANZACS exhibition recognises the some 200 Chinese Australians who served in the Great War.

Reporter: Tom Maddocks

Speakers: Steve Eather, Exhibition Officer, 'Chinese ANZACS', Chinese Museum, Melbourne; Nick, visitor to the museum; Paul, visitor to the museum

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