David Doudle, (better known as ‘Lunch’) Managing Director of Goinâ€™ Off Safaris recently visited Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Shanghai, Beijing and Chengdu, meeting to with key travel agents and airline partners to promote the Eyre Peninsula on the SATC China Roadshow. Other South Australian operators included: the Hahndorf Inn, Intercontinental Adelaide, Travel Superstore, Silver Needle Hotels, Best Aussie Adventures, the Desert Cave, Sealink Travel Group and Tranquil Travel.
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Filming with Chinese Actress Lily Ji and Irena Zhang in Chinatown Adelaide, Day 1. ACDC filming with Chinese Actress Lily Ji at the Riverbank Precinct, National Wine Centre, Adelaide Town Hall, Chinatown Adelaide and the Royal Croquet Club with The Right Honourable The Lord Mayor of Adelaide, Martin Haese, The Lady Mayoress of Adelaide, Genevieve Theseira-Haese,The Hon. Chris Schacht, Irena Zhang, Geoff Hardy, Cristina Tridente and the Germein Sisters. Thank you: Claire Bunten, couture + love + madness, Brand SA, Closer Productions, Office of the Premier (International Relations) Government of South Australia, the Deli, Massive Empire, Finesse Models, Zi Gallery, Roman Davas-Fahey, Anita Rutter, Afdal Sebi, Red Chilli, Hilton Adelaide, Flavia Maria Photography and the Confucius Institute at the University of Adelaide. Lily is filming in South Australia in order to promote and showcase Adelaide and South Australia as one of the most creative, innovative and industrious places in Australia.
â€œSouth Australia is offering the opportunity for a student from Qingdao, China Adelaide’s Sister City to study here and tour the state for four weeks as an Ambassador for Adelaide.â€ said Higher Education Minister Gail Gago today launching the Amazing Ambassador, Unforgettable ExperienceÂ Adelaide, Australia and Qingdao’s Sister City Student Ambassador Recruitment Campaign. China is South Australia’s number one source market for international students and we hope to attract even more students from Qingdao and the wider Shandong province to our city. South Australia has so much to offer international students, and our strong links with Sister State Shandong should help encourage further education, business and social partnerships.â€ Full details.
Jay Weatherill welcomes Chinese Ambassador Ma Zhaoxu at OzAsia launch South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill gave a welcoming keynote address to the Chinese Ambassador, His Excellency Mr Ma Zhaoxu, on his inaugural visit to South Australia. The address was given on OZAsia’s opening night of which this year Shandong, China is featured. Mr Weatherill described South Australia’s approach to international engagement and stressed throughout his address – connect strength, work together. It was noted that China is now South Australia’s largest trading partner accounting for 27% of SA’s exports. He said “We want new people to visit South Australia, new students to come to South Australia, and new businesses to invest in South Australia.” Mr Weatherill said as Australia’s only Labour Premier, he hoped to continue Gough Whitlam’s legacy who normalised diplomatic relations with China in 1972. He said “True engagement is not simply a series of business transactions. It
Get ready for a three-day culinary delight of exquisite and exotic Asian Food teamed with traditional beverages and astonishing entertainment.The inaugural AirAsia ASIAFEST Food & Cultural Festival will bring together 20 of Adelaide’s very best Asian Restaurants, nestled amoungst the beautiful Rymill Park, in the heart of Adelaide. Asian Food & Cultural Festival4th, 5th & 6th October 2014Rymill Park, Adelaidewww.asiafest.com.au
McLaren Vale in Chinatown Adelaide Duck and Grenache Friday Sep 19, 2014 4:30 pm â€“ 7:00 pm McLaren Vale is coming to Chinatown Adelaide for International Grenache Day celebrations on Friday 19th September! Come and join our McLaren Vale producers and the Moonta Street precinct for fine wine, delicious food and to find out for yourself why Duck and Grenache are a match made in heaven.
Images from the couture+love+madness fashion shoot with Lily Ji on the Great Wall of China during the recent Australia China Development Company trade delegation and sister city celebrations. Lily recently appeared in the Transformers 4 by Michael Bay as the Sina News Reporter.Photo by Ella Elfie Germein Cristina Tridente, the Adelaide Fashion Festival coordinator and couture+love+madness designer was a highlight of a SA trade delegation to Qingdao in SA’s sister province, Shandong, China. Qingdao with a population of 10 million has recently become Adelaide’s newest sister city. Cristina said ‘China presents a significant growth market for the South Australian business community and those creative fashion industry entrepreneurs looking for new markets , Qingdao has hosted 14 international fashion weeks since 2001, the most recent in April. Adelaide also has many of Australia’s internationally renowned hallmark events and we want to promote them to China.’ Lily Ji wearing couture + love
Premier Weatherill gives support to ACDC led Sister City Mission South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill has given his support of the ACDC led Sister City Delegation in August 7th-14th in an open letter to Qingdao Mayor Zhang Xinqi. “Led by the Hon Chris Schacht, who has extensive links in business and political sectors in both Australia and China. The visit will involve South Australians including business people, musicians, athletes and artists who have highly developed skills with internationally acclaimed events. The mission will include a special gala dinner event to celebrate the new Sister City status. I am pleased to hear of this initiative and I offer my full support to the delegation” – excerpt.
ACDC signs MOU with Confucius Institute The Australia China Development Company and the University of Adelaide through its Confucius Institute have developed a Memorandum of Understanding to jointly promote a greater understanding of South Australia’s relationship with China. This will include: a.Create a greater awareness amongst the business community about the way China undertakes business. b.The development of general community Chinese cultural events. c.To attract investment from China into South Australia. This Memorandum of Understanding was signed by The Australia China Development Company Chairman the Hon. Chris Schacht and Professor Kent Anderson , Pro-Vice Chancellor (International) from the University of Adelaide .The Memorandum of Understanding was witness by Professor Mobo Gao, Director, Confucius Institute, University of Adelaide and Chair of Chinese Studies, and Conan Fahey, Director of the Australia China Development Company.