Chinatown Plaza launch live on Channel 7

Chinatown Plaza Launch on Channel 7 News

Channel 7’s Tim Noonan reporting live at the official opening of the Chinatown Plaza launch. Opened by the Governor of SA His Excellency The Honourable Hieu Van Le AC and the Minister for Trade Tourism & Investment Hon David Ridgway.

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Help for Chinatown fire victims

Chinatown Fire Benefit

Businesses affected by the devastating Chinatown fire will be helped by a community fundraising event on Tuesday. All money raised at the 2018 Chinatown Fire Benefit will be used to assist business owners and staff who have been left out of pocket after a blaze ripped through a Chinatown building on the corner of Grote and Moonta streets in the city about 1am last Tuesday. The fire, believed to have been sparked by an electrical fault in a fridge, caused $1.5 million damage and destroyed Asian supermarket Oriental Mart and Bing restaurant. It also damaged other shops, including Dumpling King, Sys Souvenirs, Holiday Travel and Grote St Dental. Some of the businesses are expected to remain shut for up to nine months as owners rebuild. The benefit, organised by not-for-profit organisation Chinatown Adelaide South Australia, will be a cocktail event, including drinks and food, in the Chinatown Plaza Food Court,

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Arson not suspected in Adelaide Chinatown fire

Chinatown Adelaide Blaze

Adelaide police now say they don’t believe a fire that affected up to a dozen Chinatown businesses was deliberately lit, after earlier describing it as “suspicious”. The Metropolitan Fire Service said firefighters arrived in Grote Street shortly after 1:00 am to find “an intense fire” in a shop that was burning through the roof and rapidly spreading to neighbouring shops. More than 70 firefighters then worked to put the fire out and they contained it within an hour. The MFS said the fire’s “rapid spread” meant that three shops were “significantly impacted”, with two — a supermarket and a restaurant — being gutted and a third that sold shoes and clothing being heavily fire-damaged. “There was a pretty bright orange glow coming from the top [of the building complex],” the MFS’s David Juniper said. “Very heavily smoke-logged internally. So it was very hard to determine where the origin of the

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Chinatown Plaza is Back !

Chinatown Plaza is back!

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Chinatown Adelaide upgrade

Chinatown Adelaide upgrade

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2018 Chinatown Adelaide of SA Inc. (CASA) Lunar New Year Gala Dinner

2018 CHINATOWN LUNAR NEW YEAR GALA DINNER

Celebrate the 2018 Lunar New Year in style! Celebrity Chef Chong Liew is designing the menu  and it going to be night of fun with Pulse Band in attendance. http://pulseband.com.au/ join us at our 2018 CHINATOWN LUNAR NEW YEAR GALA DINNER at the Intercontinental Adelaide Hotel, North Tce SA on Friday, 9th Feb 2018. For tickets and information please contact George Chin: 0416 026 074 / vchin@bigpond.net.au

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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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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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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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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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