2017 Chinatown Adelaide LNY Street Party Official Program

2017 Chinatown Adelaide LNY Street Party Official Program

The Street Party will begin with an Official function between 12.00 noon and 2.00 pm. Members of the public will be able to enjoy throughout the day and night the multicultural shows performed by talented South Australian artists on the stage located just under the magnificent Southern Moonta Street Chinese Gateway. Check the Chinatown Adelaide of South Australia (CASA) Facebook Page for updates on the 2017 Chinatown Adelaide LNY Street Party Official Program. For further information about the street party or Corporate Box tickets availability call Jacky Pi 0426 688 808. Gong Xi Fa Cai!

Read More...

2017 Chinatown Adelaide LNY Street Party Entertainment Program

Chinatown Adelaide Lunar New Year Entertainment Program.

The Street Party will begin with an Official function between 12.00 noon and 2.00 pm. Members of the public will be able to enjoy throughout the day and night the multicultural shows performed by talented South Australian artists on the stage located just under the magnificent Southern Moonta Street Chinese Gateway. Check the Chinatown Adelaide of South Australia (CASA) Facebook Page for updates on the 2017 Chinatown Adelaide LNY Street Party Official Program. For further information about the street party or Corporate Box tickets availability call Jacky Pi 0426 688 808. Gong Xi Fa Cai!    

Read More...

A cup of tea with Calvin Lai (Part 1)

calvin-lai-bell-property-chinatown-adelaide

Natural born leader and charismatic Chinatown identity Calvin Lai is the principal of Belle Property Adelaide City. Recently Belle Property Adelaide City announced they are a major sponsor of Chinatown Adelaide Lunar New Year 2017. We took some time to have a cup of tea and chat with Calvin about the coming LNY celebrations and what’s happening in Chinatown. As a sponsor of the coming LNY celebration in Chinatown, how do we improve Chinatown to become a major Adelaide city attraction? Chinatown and the Central Market Precinct already attract domestic and international attention as unique retail venue and dining destination. Our business community would like to improve that experience. In your opinion, what can we do? Our international staff are all very familiar with what Grote and Gouger Street have to offer and how it compares highly with other Chinatown in SE Asia. We already know that luxury tourists and HNWI “high

Read More...

Chinatown Adelaide Lunar New Year Banquet Guide 2017

Chinatown Adelaide Lunar New Year Banquet Guide 2017

With the Lunar New Year Street Party  in Chinatown  just around the corner on the 4th February, we’ve prepared a updated banquet guide as well as our top recommendations Call the restaurant for bookings and the latest on set menu’s and special banquet offerings. Red Chili: (08) 8231 9661 / 86 Grote Street T-Chow: (08) 8410 1413 / 68 Moonta Street Park Lok: (08) 8212 8316 / 130 Grote Street House of Chow: (08) 8223 6121 / 82 Hutt Street Ding Hao: (08) 8211 7036 / 26 Gouger Street Star House: (08) 8221 6303 / 1/31-39 Gouger Street Kingdom Chinese: (08) 8123 6498 / 31 Gouger Street Dragon Court Seafood: (08) 8231 9456 / 81-83 Gouger Street Vietnam Restaurant: (08) 8447 3395 / 73 Addison Road, Pennington Check out the Vietnam Restaurant’s Facebook page for updates on set banquets and their annual LNY street party. Gong Xi Fa Cai!  

Read More...

Entrepreneurs call to action on Chinatown Precinct reinvigoration

Chinatown Adelaide reinvigoration

One of Australia’s leading advertising photographers Richard Lyons has called on Adelaide’s creatives including commercial property mogul and art gallery owner Irena Zhang, chief swashbuckler at Swashbucklers Club & the author of the Swashbuckler Guides series, Sputnik Sputnik, Asian tourism adviser and director Conan Fahey from the Australia China Development Company, urban designer and founder of EcoCaddy, Daniels Langeberg to listen and discuss how to assist the local traders and community leaders with their ideas and strategy for the re-invigoration of the Chinatown Precinct. Discussions were had with members from business and multicultural community including the Chinatown Adelaide of SA Inc, the Hong Kong Australia Business Association South Australia Chapter, the Australia China Hebei Association Inc, the Australian Asian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc, the South Australia Xinjiang Association and the China Business Network of South Australia. What been highlighted to the State Government and Adelaide City Council: Moonta St to be included in

Read More...