Visit To Australia On Friendship Day
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Harry Smith is a writer based in Australia. He lives in Sydney with his mother and father. He goes to school and studies in class 5. He loves to use the piktok application. He makes videos and shares them with his friends in Tacebook. One day he met a friend named Ratanu from India through Piktok. He had a long conversation with him. Harry loves Indian culture. He loves indian cuisine and their festivals. He has a keen interest in Indian languages. He asks Ratanu about the technique of writing Hindi. Ratanu admires him and gives him likes in every video. On the other hand, Harry also supports Ratanu. Ratanu went to Australia on a friendship day. They had celebrated the Friendship day with messages in social media and also Tacebook. Harry creates interesting videos on the natural beauty of Australia. Ratanu admires his videos and appreciates him. He also asks him how to talk in Russian language.
Harry Smith knows Russian and Japanese language. He loves to create tutorials on how to speak and write Japanese and Russian language. He loves singing in the Russian language. Ratanu asks the meaning of those songs and Harry explains them. He admires the Indian language and asks about the Hindi language alphabets and the writing technique. In this way, their friendship deepens. One day Ratanu plans to visit Sydney, Australia, He told me about his plan and Harry was really excited. He welcomed Ratanu when he reached there for 1 week. He gave him a space in his house for staying. They traveled by bicycle and Harry was the guide in Australia who told him about amazing spots of Australia. It is a great experience to see Australia. Ratanu and Harry had to wear a mask because at present the coronavirus crisis is going on. After staying there for one week, Ratanu had to return Before returning, he went to the area where Australian Aborigines live and made a documentary on them. He had written it on the basis of his fieldwork in anthropology. He published a blog on the Australian Aborigines. It was appreciated by Harry who felt that he got some new information from the anthropological study of Australian aborigines.