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Australia-China Council announced new initiative “Australia-China Achievement Awards” 0

Australia-China Council announced new initiative “Australia-China Achievement Awards”

On September 7th, Minister for Foreign Affairs, the Hon Julie Bishop MP, announced the establishment of the “Australia-China Achievement Awards” – a new initiative by the Australia-China Council.

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NSW Streamlines Significant Investor Visa

The NSW Government is making NSW the most competitive destination for high value investor migrants, Deputy Premier and Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Stoner said on 27 August.

‘Restaurant Australia’ campaign kicks off in Hong Kong 0

‘Restaurant Australia’ campaign kicks off in Hong Kong

Tourism Australia in partnership with leading Hong Kong property group SINO is launching the ‘Restaurant Australia‘campaign in Hong Kong on 3 September at a long table lunch at popular harbour-front restaurant, Alfresco Lane.

Gearing Up for China: Tasmanian Tourism Training Program 0

Gearing Up for China: Tasmanian Tourism Training Program

Further rapid growth in visitor arrivals to Tasmania is expected in coming months, as well as a possible visit to Tasmania by the Chinese President.

 

Nominations for the 2014 Australia China Alumni Awards are now open! 0

Nominations for the 2014 Australia China Alumni Awards are now open!

The annual Awards program, now in its 6th year, will see the Australia China Alumni Association host the 2014 Australia China Alumni Awards Gala Dinner in Shanghai on Saturday 29th November, 2014.

Wang Jianlin Plans $1.57B in Aussie Investments Starting with A Gold Coast Jewel 0

Wang Jianlin Plans $1.57B in Aussie Investments Starting with A Gold Coast Jewel

Not content with taking on Hollywood, China’s richest man is now headed to Surfers Paradise as Dalian Wanda prepares to invest up to $1.57 billion in Australian real estate projects, starting with a $1 billion beachfront hotel.

 

The Big Picture: Lives, Landscapes, Homelands in Australian  and Chinese Art 0

The Big Picture: Lives, Landscapes, Homelands in Australian and Chinese Art

The 2nd FASIC Australian Studies in China Conference.11 – 12 September 2014, Renmin University of China, Beijing.Now open for registrations.

Helping Chinese Tourists Find Their Way 0

Helping Chinese Tourists Find Their Way

An Australian-made Chinese language Map of Australia has been released. Spatial Vision launched the new map, the first produced in Australia, at the International Map Industry Association Asia Pacific Conference being held in mid August in Melbourne.