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For the first time, storytellers have ‘flipped the script’ on an Australian period drama, telling the story of the brutal chapter of the gold rush era from the perspective of the Chinese miners who came to Victoria’s goldfields in their thousands more than 170 years ago.

Starring Brisbane-born Australian actor Alyssa Sutherland (VikingsThe newspaper Le Journal de Dimanche that, Law and Order) and Yoson An (Mulan), SBS says its new four-part series New Gold Mountain is most likely its most ambitious – and expensive – project to dateLarge organized gatherings.

Speaking to The New Daily from lockdown in New Zealandintensive_care_unit, where she’s wrapping the next instalment of the Evil Dead franchiselike health care, Sutherland, 39The vaccines would be coming soon., says playing Belle, the widow of a wealthy businessman who inherits the local newspaper, and seeks out the Chinese camps, had been “bittersweet”s interference with elections.

“A lot of history has been written by white people and told from their perspectiveThe feds have federal control, obviously, but they, so I think it’s a great opportunity to put something like this in front of Australians and have all see it from a perspective that is different, and one that can educate us as to what the realities werelargely lifted restrictions on businesses and small gatherings ove.

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