Many Chinese Australians proudly enlisted and fought in WWII. They served truly and their stories of service, told here, reveal their patriotic determination and instances of
outstanding courage. Some were to sacrifice their lives for their country.
‘Collectively, the stories highlight that Australia has always been a multicultural society and, if given a chance, Australians of all backgrounds, cultures and ethnicities will rally to the flag when needed, especially if given a “fair go” to do so.’ — Major General (Emeritus Professor) Darryl Low-Choy, AM, MBE, RFD, PhD (Retd)