What is the cultural mix in Lakemba?

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raquels Sep 22, 2018
I think the suburb would benefit from taking out all the arabic signs and that big pole of islam that is on a corner building near the station out. The suburb has a mosque so that is sufficient. The Canterbury-Bankstown council should look into that.
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maggiec4 Mar 22, 2018
People from everywhere- there’s no ‘majority’ everyone seems to get along and accept each other. Apart from those mentioned above there’s also a fair few Islanders and Greek people. Used to be most Anglo people were older but I’m noticing more younger Anglo people are moving here too now
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KAISER HUSSAIN Mar 26, 2017
Mostly Arabic, lot of Bangladeshi, some Indian, Pakistani and rapidly increasing number of Rohingya communities.

I lived in Lakemba almost for 12 years.
To understand the cultural mix groceries and shops situated in Lakemba are the proofs of its vibrant cultural mix up.
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Lakemba 2yrs+
the suburb hasn't definately changed over the years and has various cultures everyday you see more and more different cultures.
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Although many people view Lakemba as mainly a Arabic populated area it is in fact a very varied populated suburb. Many of it's residents are overseas born with a significant number coming from Lebanon, Vietnam & China. It is quite a close-knit community as well as a very tolerant community with all religions & cultures showing each other respect for their differences.
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