The 5th of April 2009 is Ching Ming, the time of year when Chinese families gather at the cemetery to pay respect to their ancestors. Sean Connolly meets the Yip family who, after visiting the cemetery every year, gather at Eileen & Newman Yipís home.
Sean Connolly meets the Abboud Al-Suhairy family who fled persecution in Iraq to live in Australia. Largely overlooked in history books, Mandaens are a pre-Christian minority religion of ancient Baptists.
Sean Connolly joins Tam and her husband Nam Le for the annual Vietnamese Moon Festival - a day of cooking, feasting and prayer. Their daughters Lan and Mai help their mother prepare dishes for the feast that takes place after they visit their temple.