LOTE Blog

Our Blog is dedicated to sharing tips, industry news and insights.

Meet Helena Rojas!

Helena Rojas is LOTE's newest team member. Her whole working career has been shaped by the multicultural industry, and here at LOTE she will take on the role of Sales and Account Manager. We are proud to welcome Helena to our family, and look forward to what the...

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Chinese New Year 2018

Chinese New Year is fast approaching, so let’s take the opportunity to find out more! Chinese New Year is an important part of the Chinese culture, a time to sweep out the old and welcome the new. Each year, a different animal from the Chinese zodiac is used to...

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Saleem Habibullah: Burmese community leader interview

The role of community leaders in Australian multicultural communities is vital. They assist in helping communities come together and share their culture, whilst learning about a life in a different country.  Check out our chat with Saleem Habibullah, a...

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Suburb Profile: Dandenong, VICTORIA.

Council: City of Greater Dandenong Kms from the CBD: 30km Population: 29,906 Top languages spoken other than English: Hazaraghi 2,359 Dari 1,926 Albanian 1,516 Tamil 1,384 Punjabi 1,211 If you’re yet to visit Melbourne’s diverse suburb of Dandenong, be sure to add it...

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Chef Profile: Poh Ling Yeow

Many of us know Poh Ling Yeow as the loveable runner up of the first season of MasterChef in 2009. Her bubbly personality and knack for turning basic ingredients into masterpieces made her a popular personality who‘s still thriving in Australia’s cooking scene today....

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A Snapshot of SA

This year, LOTE is expanding and opening a South Australian Office. We are pleased that we will now be able to service our South Australian clients more directly, whilst exploring what the state has to offer. South Australia is home to a vibrant multicultural...

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Sudhir Shakya – Nepali community leader interview

The role of community leaders in Australian multicultural communities is vital. They assist in helping communities come together and share their culture, whilst learning about a life in a different country.  Check out our chat with Sudhir Shakya, a Nepalese community...

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Where to find the best gelato in your city

Whether you’re a fruity fan or prefer a creamy creation, there’s no doubt that gelato is a delicious summer (or any time of year) treat. What most people don’t know is that gelato dates back thousands of years, and the concept of eating frozen desserts has spanned...

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4 smart ways to spend your leftover budget

The year is nearly over, and it’s usually around now that we all scratch our heads and ask what to do with the leftover budget up our sleeves. Sometimes that leftover budget is used flippantly, so why not spend it on broadening your audience or getting your message to...

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Benefits of Animation for Multicultural Campaigns

Any message can be delivered, but no matter how important, exciting or relevant your message is, an audience will only take action if it’s delivered effectively. That’s where animation comes in. Animations are everywhere online. They’re on websites, social media and...

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