Outback and Opal Show

Outback and Opal Show

The Outback and Opal Show was held at the amazing Chinatown Plaza in the heart of Adelaide’s Chinatown. 17-19 Moonta Street, Adelaide. SA’s Trade, Tourism and Investment Minister David Ridgway introduced the local initiatives to create jobs and upgrade Andamooka’s tourism and community infrastructure.The ‘Outback & Opal Show’ was hosted by the Chinatown Plaza and the Tuckabox Hotel.

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The Outback and Opal Show

Outback and Opal Show

The Outback and Opal Show is being held at the amazing Chinatown Plaza in the heart of Adelaide’s Chinatown. 17-19 Moonta Street, Adelaide . SA’s Trade, Tourism and Investment Minister David Ridgway will introduced initiatives to create jobs and upgrade Andamooka’s tourism and community infrastructure. Tickets available @ https://outbackopal.eventbrite.com.au/ 

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Port Power & Tee Lee Travel SHANGHAI 2019 Update

Port Power & Tee Lee Travel SHANGHAI 2019 Update

Thinking of heading to Shanghai for next years match but still unsure on what to do? Join us on Tuesday 4th December for information session about the match, travel ideas and any general inquiries in Adelaide’s Chinatown. Door prizes and great travel deals will be available on the night. To register for the night, please call our office on 1300-833-533 or email aflchina@24t7.com.au

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OzAsia Festival 2018

OzAsia Festival 2018

OzAsia Festival 2018 is officially open! Get ready for 18 nights of the best contemporary arts from Asia including theatre, dance, music, film, visual art, literature and community events PLUS delectable food at Lucky Dumpling Market!

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OzAsia Festival‎ Moon Lantern Parade 2018

OzAsia Festival‎ Moon Lantern Parade 2018

Plan ahead with this handy Moon Lantern Parade activity schedule and map. The free fun starts with the Chinatown Adelaide Dragon Boat race on the River Torrens from 12 noon, community performances and workshops from 3pm, the Moon Lantern Parade from 8pm, and fireworks at the Parade conclusion. REMEMBER capacity in Elder Park is limited and security will check all bags on entry.

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Karaoke Happy Happy Hour @ Chinatown Plaza

Karaoke @ Chinatown Plaza

Karaoke Happy Happy Hour @ Chinatown Plaza! 25th October . From 6 m till late! Ganbei!

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2018 OzAsia Festival

2018 OzAsia Festival

Official dates for the 2018 OzAsia Festival, Australia’s leading international arts festival engaging with Asia, have been confirmed. Get ready for 18 days of the very best contemporary dance, theatre, music, literature and film presented by Adelaide Festival Centre, 25 Oct – 11 Nov 2018

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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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