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Mallesons Legal merger first of its kind in Asia

Australian top-tier law firm Mallesons Stephen Jacques has merged with China’s largest law firm by head count, King and Wood, to create one of the biggest law firms in Asia.

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Three Realms: Gonkar Gyatso

The work of rising international Chinese-Tibetan artist, Gonkar Gyatso, has gone on display at the University of Queensland Art Museum, in conjunction with the Griffith University Art Gallery and the Institute of Modern Art.

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UQ professor honoured with top Chinese accolade

The University of Queensland’s Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Professor Max Lu, has been presented with a prestigious science and technology award by top Chinese leaders for his commitment to science and technology collaborations with China.

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Snow Polo in Tianjin

Australia was one of 12 international polo teams to participate in Asia’s first snow polo tournament in Tianjin in February.

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CatererGoodman opens new SH office

Investment services firm, CatererGoodman Partners China has announced the opening of a new office in Shanghai’s bund district. The new office more than doubles the previous space to allow for the continued strong growth that CatererGoodman Partners has received from clients.

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Minter Ellison opens UB office

Law firm Minter Ellison has announced the opening of an office in the Mongolian capital, Ulaanbaatar, in line with the firm’s international strategy to build a powerful regional capability, focusing on several key areas including the energy and resources sector.

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AJC announces new China appointments

Leading Australian firm Allen Jack+Cottier has celebrated 10 years of growth in its China practice with the expansion of its Beijing office and the appointment of two Australian architects to the design team based in Beijing.

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Celebrating the Year of the Dragon

The City of Sydney will host its annual Twilight Parade on January 29 to welcome in the auspicious Chinese Year of the Dragon.
The event will showcase more than 2,900 local and international performers, including 135 artists from Chengdu –showing off their stunning Panda Puppets, Fire Dragons and ethnic dancers. A unique mix of dynamic live music, amazing floats, flamboyant dragons, dazzling costumes and illuminated zodiac lanterns will be highlighted against a background of light projections along the Parade route.

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CK Designworks announces Chengdu contract

In December, Melbourne-based international architecture firm CK Designworks announced it had won the design of a 1million m² Biological, Medicine, Science and Technology Park in the city of Chengdu.