There are currently not enough interpreters in Australia who speak the languages of its newest migrant groups – but one program is hoping to turn that around. Newly-graduated Tibetan interpreter Chung Tsering can speak five languages, but it’s having the freedom to use his first language that means the most. Forced to flee Tibet due to fears of political persecution, Mr Tsering spent time in India before arriving in Australia as a refugee in 2014. “In my own country there are a lot of restrictions to use my own language,” the 47-year-old told SBS News. “But here, in Australia, we can not only freely use our own language, but the government supports us to use our own language.” Chung Tsering, 47, came to Australia as a refugee in 2014. Now he’s helping the Tibetan community be understood. Until Mr Tsering’s TAFE graduation ceremony this week, there was not a […]