People Project

Min-Jiun Tsai's Story

Min-Jiun Tsai's Story

Yvette Pearce - Monday, May 06, 2019

I have been working as an interpreter at LanguageLoop for just over two years. It doesn't seem like a very long time as it’s been the most rewarding job I have ever done.

I was born in Taiwan and migrated with my parents to Australia close to 22 years ago. As a new migrant I was the only one in the family who could speak English...

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Meet Dolly Srour

Meet Dolly Srour

Yvette Pearce - Wednesday, March 20, 2019

 

Dolly was born in Beirut, Lebanon and has been a leading Arabic interpreter at LanguageLoop for the past 3 years, specialising in working in early childhood and development
services.

Dolly came to be an interpreter through volunteering with the Hume City Council, facilitating art classes and helping out by interpreting for different groups within the community. Through this...

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Suzane Hanna's Story

Suzane Hanna's Story

Meagan Phillips - Monday, December 17, 2018


Suzane was born in the early 1980s in Beirut, the capital city of Lebanon. She lived there with her parents during a period of time when Lebanon was at war,
which Suzane recalls  during her early childhood until she was around 9 years old. Even though these were terrible times, on reflection Suzane feels the...

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