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Top tips on moving abroad from the Advance community

Moving abroad is exciting but it can also be very challenging. New countries often bring new food, new languages and new landscapes and at various points these things can both delight and dismay you, sometimes both at the same time! ...

Australia Network Interview – Providing Financial Advice to Aussie Expats

Last month Executive Director of Atlas Wealth Management, Brett Evans, was interviewed by Sarah Clarke from the Australia Network as part of their AusBizAsia segment. The segment ran through Brett’s background as a Aussie expat, why he setup Atlas Wealth ...

Practicing global citizenship

Trey Zagante has one foot in Australia and the other in Hong Kong. The Melbournian spends half his time at home and splits the remainder of his time between Sydney, Hong Kong and Singapore working on his latest project Venturetec ...
Tags: Diaspora-Asia,

'Continue learning and evolving along with your environment'

As the Asia General Manager for luxury boutique hotel curation and booking service Mr & Mrs Smith, Hong Kong is the perfect base for Amira Morgan. Handily situated halfway between Melbourne and Moscow, living in Hong Kong allows Amira to ...
Tags: Diaspora-Asia,

Australia-China Achievement Awards- Nominations Open

On 7 September, 2014 the Minister for Foreign Affairs launched the “Australia-China Achievement Awards" - a new initiative by the Australia-China Council. The Awards will profile and promote the leadership, entrepreneurship and creativity of Australian organisations and people in building ...
Tags: Diaspora-asia,

The benefits of identifying with multiple cultures

Henry Makeham, founder and director of the Australia China Youth Dialogue (www.acyd.org) is a great example of someone who understands and exercises the benefits of having a multi-cultural background in a globalised world. Born in Canberra, Henry also grew up ...
Tags: Diaspora-asia,

'Just keep putting one foot in front of the other'

Former Sydneyite Cameron Arden arrived in Hong Kong to manage a friend’s bar almost fourteen years ago. Seven years in and wanting a change from the anti-social hours in hospitality as well as harbouring a longstanding desire to work behind ...

Call for applications Australian design industry delegation to Beijing Design Week 2014

As part of the Australian Government’s ongoing promotion of Australian creative industries in China, the Australian Embassy in Beijing will be organising and funding a small delegation of Australian design professionals to attend the 2014 Beijing Design Week.

A water view: curating Hong Kong's maritime story

Originally from Hobart, Richard Wesley has spent his career in museum and historic site management. Graduating as a curator in 1980 he has worked in the field ever since and was invited to head up Hong Kong’s Maritime Museum in ...

Call For Delegate Applications 2014 Australia-China Youth Dialogue

Applications for the 2014 Australia-China Youth Dialogue (ACYD) are now open. The ACYD is a youth-driven bilateral conference held over four days. In 2014, the ACYD will run from 21 to 24 November in Beijing, China.