Living away from home often gives you a sense of appreciation for the things we take for granted. Australia Plus asked prominent Australians living overseas: what do you miss about Australia?
Sam Hammington is Korea's first Australian comedian and currently works in variety and reality television. Sam was in a hugely popular TV show about South Korea's military service called Real Men.
Vanessa Hill lives in LA and is the producer and host of BrainCraft; a popular science web series on YouTube that explores the inner workings of our minds by explaining psychology, neuroscience and behaviour.
Jimmy Pham lives in Vietnam and started Know One Teach One (KOTO), which trains disadvantaged youth at their restaurants in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
Marion Grasby was a popular contestant in MasterChef Australia’s second series in 2010. She moved from Sydney to Bangkok to be closer to the producers and suppliers of her food range, Marion’s Kitchen.
Ronny Chieng is a correspondent on the hugely popular and influential US comedy program The Daily Show. Born in Malaysia and raised in Singapore, Ronny studied Commerce/Law at Melbourne University.
Manika Kaur lives in Dubai and is a Sikh kirtan singer, who donates all the proceeds from her album sales and concert tickets to charity.