Greeks in the Far Orient book launch
Over 200 people were invited by the Mayor of Unley City Council to attend the book launch of Professor Anastasios Tamis' book Greeks in the Far Orient on Friday 4 November in Adelaide
Over 200 people were invited by the Mayor of Unley City Council to attend the book launch of Professor Anastasios Tamis' book Greeks in the Far Orient on Friday 4 November in Adelaide.
The event was held at Unley City Council Hall was attended by the Shadow Education Minister of SA David Pisoni. The main presentation of the book launch was given by the SA Multicultural Affairs Minister and Philhellene Julian Stefani.
At the end of the book launch, Professor Tamis thanked everyone who was involved and supported him on this project.
The book, which took five years to research, explores the plight of a group of 40,000 Greek and Cypriot immigrants who settled in Asia at the end of the 19th century. Greeks in the Far Orient will cost $48 if purchased at the various book launched to take place around Australia but is also available $70 in your local book store.
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