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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|

TACDC presents the Qingdao Football Club

TACDC is working collaboratively to establish an AFL Football Club in Qingdao to develop trade relationships and business opportunities.
By |April 10th, 2011|Projects|Comments Off|

Media Release: Opportunity to join Wine Mission

A mission to the Wine China 2011 exhibition in Beijing will serve as an excellent entry point to understanding the China Wine Industry and then a focus on the Shandong Province will provide outstanding business matching opportunities and access to qualified leads.
By |February 17th, 2011|Projects, Trade|Comments Off|

Conan Fahey appointed to CCOIC

General Manager Fahey appointed for 5 years as honorary consultant to Qingdao China Chamber of International Commerce.
By |December 29th, 2010|Highlighted|Comments Off|

Media Release – High volume winemakers missing boat on strong demand for Australian wine in China

The Australia China Development Company has urged Australian winemakers to seize the opportunities to meet high demand in China.
By |November 9th, 2010|Media|Comments Off|

Conan Fahey interviews Li Cunxin (Mao’s Last Dancer)

For your reading pleasure please enjoy an interview with Li Cunxin (2004). Li talks about Mao's Last Dancer which was released recently as a movie and his recollections on growing up in Qingdao. Of particular interest is his journey away from and back to China and his astute insights on the arts and business.
By |May 14th, 2010|Media|Comments Off|