Rick and Morty Fans: How to make McDonald’s ‘Mulan’ Szechuan Sauce

Rick and Morty Fans: How to make McDonald's Szechuan Sauce

Rick and Morty fans obsessed with McDonald’s ‘Mulan’ “Szechuan Sauce” try these recipes! Szechuan Sauce 1 Mince 6 cloves of Garlic and sweat (heat them up in a skillet) Add 4 tablespoons Balsamic Vinegar Add soy sauce to taste Add 2 tablespoon Plum Sake Reduce sauce slightly Add 3 x 1/2 tablespoons Sriracha Sauce Add 2 tablespoon brown sugar Red pepper flakes to taste Minced Ginger to taste Simmer for 5 minutes, stirring constantly Szechuan Sauce 2 1/2 tsp. ground, roasted Sichuan Peppercorn 1/4 tsp. salt 4 tsp. tahini 1 T light soy sauce 1 T dark soy sauce 2 T chili oil with flake Combine all the ingredients in a metal bowl and mix together. Szechuan Sauce 3 50g ginger, minced 50g scallion white, minced 50g garlic, minced 120ml maple syrup, grade A (preferably from New York State) 65ml sherry vinegar, Pedro Ximenez 60lm ketchup 45ml soy sauce 2 grams potato starch 2

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Traders & tourists support Chinatown upgrade: 9 News Adelaide

David Ridgeway Chinatown Redevelopment

WATCH: Chinatown Adelaide traders and visitors say one of Adelaide’s most popular destinations is showing the signs of years of neglect.

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OzAsia’s 2017 Program

OzAsia’s 2017 Program

OzAsia Festival Thursday, September 21 to Sunday, October 8 Explore the full program here +61 8 8216 8600 (Reception) 131 246 (Ticket Enquiries)

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Marshall Liberal Government Rejuvenating Chinatown Plan

If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will support the major redevelopment of Chinatown by providing $500,000 for a permanent cover for Moonta Street.

If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will support the major redevelopment of Chinatown by providing $500,000 for a permanent cover for Moonta Street. The Opportunity Adelaide’s Chinatown has been an important feature of the city since the 1970s, following an influx of Asian migrants and the growth of Asian food shops and cafes in the area. It is now centred on Moonta Street, which features pagoda style roofs, red lanterns, restaurants and grocery stores. This Chinatown plaza is being redeveloped and the adjacent Adelaide Central Market is positioned for a major upgrade after it returns to the control of the Adelaide City Council in 2018. The plans for Chinatown and the complimentary upgrade of the Central Market offer a great opportunity to cement South Australia’s tourism, trade and cultural ties with China. South Australia’s Chinese community is 50,000 people strong and is a very important part of

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8 Best Chinatown Dumplings

Best Dumplings in Adelaide

Dumpling King @ 85 Grote St Ying Chow @ 114 Gouger St Ding Hao @ 26 Gouger St Star House @ 31 Gouger St Ba Guo Bu Yi @ 98 -100 Gouger St Noodle & Dumpling House @ 55 Gouger St T-Chow @ 68 Moonta St Sushi Bar Genki @ 163 Gouger St

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SA Liberals commit $500k to develop Chinatown

David Ridgeway Chinatown Redevelopment

The Hon. David Ridgway MLC, Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Council, Shadow Minister for Tourism, Primary Industries, Food & Wine tweets that “The State Liberals have committed $500k to developing Chinatown Mall to benefit tourists and local businesses if elected in March 2018.”

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Join the China Power Club!

Chen Shaoliang and members of the China Power Club

China Power Club is Port Adelaide’s premium business matching forum for Australian and Chinese companies. Five exclusive events will be held in 2017, bringing together Port Adelaide’s partners in both China and Australia. They include: An inner sanctum experience at Alberton Oval, the spiritual home of the Port Adelaide Football Club. An exclusive event to coincide with the AFL’s first ever game to be played in China, in Shanghai in May (tickets to the game are also included). An opportunity to present at an investment attraction forum prior to the Round 13 game against Brisbane at the Adelaide Oval, followed by an exclusive business matching event. Invitation to the Before the Bounce event preceding the AFL Multicultural Round match against St Kilda on 29 July, and; Tickets to the Port Goes… Gala Auction (mid-year). For further information on China Power Club, please contact Claire Bunten on cbunten@pafc.com.au

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Chinese Premier Mr Li Keqiang presented original guernsey depicting a ‘Chinese Boat’

Chinese Premier Mr Li Keqiang at Port Power vs Sydney Swans Game

Australian Football League and Port Adelaide Football Club legend turned artist Gavin Wanganeen, produced this one of a kind original guernsey that he presented to the Chinese Premier Mr Li Keqiang at the Port Power game against the Sydney Swans. The guernsey reflects the trading that occurred between Aboriginal & Chinese people for 1000’s of years in the North. Contrary to the broadly held view that indigenous Australians were isolated on their island continent, seafaring visitors in fact arrived long before British settlement. For hundreds of years there may have been an export economy in northern Australia driven by the Chinese appetite for trepang (sea cucumber). In October 2015, Conan Fahey from the Australia China Development Company and Chinese Actress Lily Ji visited Ulba Bunij clan country in Mt Borradaile, Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory to film a Northern Territory Tourism documentary for the Greater China market entitled ‘Catch

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Congratulations to 57 Films team for their collaboration with Chinese production company Ciwen Media!

Paul Ryan, Director @ 57 Films

Congratulations to Paul Ryan and the 57 Films team for their collaboration on the ‘Speed’ series with Chinese production company Ciwen Media! “15 episodes of Speed, a 32-part Chinese TV and online series, are scheduled to shoot in South Australia over three weeks. The $2.5m shoot will employ around 50 local crew, alongside 120 cast and crew from China. From Beijing-based Chinese broadcaster Ciwen Media, Speed follows the journey of an underground street racer who goes on to race professionally. The production will be serviced by 57 Films, which faced competition from producers in Canada, Italy and the USA to secure the production.” “57 Films, headed by Paul Ryan, has positioned itself as a “China engaged” partner and produced a Chinese-Australian cooking show Chef Exchange featuring Adelaide celebrity chef Jock Zonfrillo and Shandong chef Qu Jianmin, which is going into its second series. Together with Port Adelaide Football Club, it

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A cup of tea with Calvin Lai (Part 1)

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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

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