We recently came across VLNKU.com, an online social network targeted at Indians in Australia. Being overseas, one usually misses friends, cultural events, festivals and gatherings of one’s own country and people. In Australia we are fortunate to have big Indian community circles and social groups such as Chai Junction to aid interaction with like minded people. Online social networks such as Facebook and Meetup assist as well in introductions and planning gatherings.
If you’d like to hone your skills in marketing, promotion, events, PR , writing, sales or design, Chai Junction is the ideal launch pad for you to:
- Gain a work experience letter and reference
- Get industry exposure and make key contacts
- Potential to be placed in to a job through our networks
Send us your CV, with a brief intro , why you’d like to work with us and what you’d like to do.
If you are a writer, photographer, musician, designer, cartoonist, or any form of artist and are interested in building your portfolio with some edgy, contemporary work, send us your a sample of your work with a brief intro and what kind of work you’d like to do.
Chai Junction is the ideal platform for you to:
- Build your portfolio
- Get a professional reference letter
- Gain maximum exposure (through our networks) and build your reputation in the online space
- Get freebies and opportunities to attend events in areas of your interest
- And if none of these appeal to you, get your opinion out there and HAVE your SAY!
Chai Junction believes in getting your work out there through the most appropriate channels, so the people that matter are able to view it.
Have campaigns or products targeted at Indians in Australia?
Chai Junction can work with you to provide maximum exposure to your brand, offer or deal in the best way possible.
Chai Junction’s microscope focuses on the life of PIOLAs (People of Indian and South Asian Origin living in Australia :) Whether you're a full time international student, or a mere 'resident for tax purposes' - if you have an opinion about desi life in a phoren country, this is the spot. Express your creativity, vent your anger, demonstrate your disgust, flaunt your passion or just whatever tickles your fancy From movies to mind games, bar-hopping to bargaining, fine arts to finance, khaana to gaana bajana, its all here!
So grab your cup of chai and meet us at Chai Junction to begin your journey of fultoo fun!!
New India kya hai?
India has changed so much over the last few years, and certain images and symbols now come to mind as soon people think India in a global context. Here are some, and there are no doubt many more. We’d love to hear what you think!
1. Sabse naya rupaiyya
Chai Junction reckons the new Rupee symbol can be considered as one of the representations of a new India. Celebrating a new milestone in the history of the Rupee, one of the oldest circulating currencies in the world, the Indian Cabinet announced the new symbol of the Rupee, in July 2010.