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.
Karaoke Happy Happy Hour @ Chinatown Plaza! 25th October . From 6 m till late! Ganbei!
Q1.You have been the Lord Mayor of Adelaide for the last 4 years. In your view, what are your greatest achievements? Any regrets? Ans1.Teamwork with business, community groups, State Government and Council staff has resulted in many achievements in this term of council, including: A new Chinese Sister City Qingdao; Expanded Chinese New Year celebrations; Rundle Mall redevelopment; Victoria Square redevelopment; City Wide free Wi-Fi network; Adelaide Digital Strategy; Night Time Economy Plan; Live Music Strategy; Expanded Social Media; LED Lighting upgrades; New City Library; 10,000 more trees; Aquatic Centre upgrade; Victoria Park improvements; City Connector Bus upgrade; New Playgrounds; Small business & International Trade support; and Red tape Reduction, with 206 policies removed. I have worked hard to ensure I have no regrets! Q2, What are your vision and priorities for the City, in particular, Chinatown if you become the Lord Mayorfor the second term? Could you give some
Q1.What are your vision and priorities for the City, in particular, Chinatown if you become the Lord Mayor? Could you give some examples about the things that you are intending to do in order to give some confidence to the voters? Could you give some examples about the things that you are intending to do in order to give some confidence to the voters? Ans 1: Having listened to many people, my vision is that the City of Adelaide will become a compelling place to live, learn, invest, work and visit. The city’s residents, business people and diverse cultural communities will be supported by a Council that better understands their unique needs and goals for the future. We need to address a cultural shift in Council to recognise that ratepayers are the reason for being. As Lord Mayor, I will use my local, national and international commercial experience to bring
The Year of the Dragon – the fifth of the 12-year Chinese zodiac cycle – is considered propitious for starting new business ventures, getting married and is generally considered good luck in Chinese mythology.