Melbourne is one of the largest cities in Australia, as well as one of the most rapidly progressing cities in the world. The residents of Melbourne have a special love for sports, which reaches its peak during events like the Spring Racing Carnival, which attracts nearly 100,000 people during the final event. The cultural diversity of the city is such that one day, the city will be anchoring a tennis match, and the next, it will be organising a musical concert. The 4 million people of the city strive day and night for the progress of national development in sectors like Property, and Information Technology. The place is a sanctuary of people belonging to diverse backgrounds and ethnicities; it has been estimated that one out of every citizen in Melbourne (or in Victoria) is not from the Australian origin by birth. The city provides these expatriats with effective protection, and also allows them to explore their capabilities in all kinds of sectors, to contribute to the development of the country. In addition, the city has also made special suburbs for people belonging to minorities. These include places such as 'Chinatown' for the Chinese, and some special suburbs where Iraqis and Turkish people dwell, in peace and tranquility.