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Sister States – South Australia & Shandong Province

Qingdao, Shandong Province and Adelaide, South Australia highly regarded state/city cooperative relationship.
By |August 9th, 2011|Resources|Comments Off|

Qingdao’s ‘Mei Mei’ – Adelaide Sister City

Adelaide and Qingdao have a highly regarded cooperative city relationship and a successful 25 year Sister State relationship
By |June 7th, 2011|Highlighted, Resources|Comments Off|

China Google Map

View places of interest in China with The Australia China Development Company Guide Map

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By |February 19th, 2011|Resources|Comments Off|

TACDC China Business Recommended Reading List

There are many books you can read to get a feel for understanding the worlds next largest economy but where to start? We have read and recommend the following resources.
By |November 5th, 2010|Resources|Comments Off|

YOU HUA – TACDC partner

YOUHUA strictly adheres to internationally recognized professional and ethical standards, and providing value for the Clients is their goals. We are all confident that the firm will be a reliable partner and bring our Clients' business forward.
By |June 7th, 2010|Resources|Comments Off|

TACDC and the Shandong YOUHUA Law Firm combine forces

TACDC now has an agreement with the Shandong YOUHUA Law Firm to cooperate, collaborate and combine each others professional services and offerings to clients in Australia, China, USA and Europe.
By |May 29th, 2010|Resources|Comments Off|

Maximising Strengths When Negotiating

It is easy to feel left out of the loop when those around you are in discussion in a language you don't understand. You can feel distanced and become distracted, and it can impact on your natural communicative flow.
By |May 11th, 2010|Discussion, Resources|Comments Off|