If you’ve been to the national capitol building in Washington DC, you may have admired the historic dome, or the view down Pennsylvania Avenue. In Australia, there’s a different tradition associated with the capitol building—and it’s about to change. HPR’s Bill Dorman explains in today’s Asia Minute.
Australia’s “Parliament House” has a unique look--patterned on a pair of boomerangs. When it opened in 1988 the building showed a broad vision that put the parliamentary chamber and other government offices under a sweeping lawn.