How We Started 

How We Started

We are the community growing up in one of the poorest and remote areas situated in the outskirts of Chin state in Myanmar, formerly known as Burma; a place where education, medical and food supply or facility hardly reached.

Till today, Chin state remained the most neglected, persecuted, and poorest countryside under the tyranny military regime. Our grandparents and parents had to struggle every single day on farming as jhum cultivation, also known as the slash-and-burn agriculture was the only source of livelihood.

As being connected with the blood and traits of our forefathers, we followed their footprints and learned what they left us to learn. Our firsthand experience and job as a kid was to familiarize ourselves with the foundation of agriculture, understand the soil type, and acquire vegetation skills and how to use tools and equipment for farming.

Unlike the Western lifestyle, we all live as a nuclear family in one house or shelter, depending on each other. A one-day picked vegetable brought home is a one-day meal for all the family members. Generosity and gratitude are our cultural values displayed in times of sorrow and happiness. We always believe that sharing is the essence of happy living.

Since our very early age, farming was the only knowledge and skills that we acquired, and that life-given experience has made us skilled workers in the field of gardening and landscaping services today. Since our very early age, farming was the only knowledge and skills that we acquired, and that life-given experience has made us skilled workers in the field of gardening and landscaping services today.

Due to the oppression, persecution, and religious or racial discriminations by the military junta, we were forced to leave our home country. Many Chin people fled to neighbouring countries such as India, Malaysia, and Thailand to seek the international protection. During our stay at transits, we learned their languages very fast to enable ourselves to get work despite many challenges.

Here in Australia, we struggled to find jobs at times, but we have been working hard at our best regardless of our lack of education and language barrier. On the completion of courses provided by Brotherhood of St. Lawrence and Maribyrnong City Council, we started our own business in the year 2014. Since then, we have been a family-operated business for the past 5 years.

In 2016, we partnered and worked with Super Gardens, employing more than 60 people. As our business grew, we have become a very trusted business partner with different companies and now working with Bild Group, UDL, Jmac Construction, Ausland, Maribyrnong City Council, Ficus Landscape Group, and others. For our way, business is not just about profits but to offer opportunities and benefits to clients, partners, and communities.

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