Conan Fahey from the Australian Asian Chamber of Commerce (AACCI) for winning the 2010 Council for International Trade and Commerce (SA) CITCSA Awards Outstanding Long-Term Contribution award
2010 is the Year of the Tiger, so why not take the family along to Chinatown this Saturday and celebrate the Lunar New Year Street Party with lion dances, firecrackers and Tai Chi demonstrations? Chinatown will be full of colour and excitement tomorrow with thousands of people expected to head to Moonta Street, Chinatown from 10am to 5pm to experience the vibrant Asian culture. Lord Mayor Michael Harbison said the Lunar New Year Street Party is an exciting event for the City of Adelaide. “Moonta Street in Chinatown will be the heart of this year’s Lunar New Year celebrations so I encourage families to go along and join in the free festivities.” “This weekend’s event is filled with so much culture and life. There are things to do and see for people of all ages,” said the Lord Mayor. There will be formal addresses from City and community leaders, followed
THE AUSTRALIAN ASIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY (AACCI) presents the 1930s SHANGHAI STYLE SOIREE CHINESE NEW YEAR 2010 and VALENTINES EVE PARTY!!
Feast all your senses on great Asian food, fine wine, and live entertainment with a festive atmosphere. Latin, jazz and tango beats, karaoke, lucky red envelopes and plenty of party people!!!