SIMON CHAN PROFILE ARTICLE CHINA DAILY ASIA

SIMON CHAN PROFILE ARTICLE CHINA DAILY ASIA

CHINA DAILY ASIACreative touchBy Karl Wilson in Sydney(WU JINGTONG / CHINA DAILY)When Simon Chan was building his new office for his architectural practice in Sydney’s fashionable eastern suburb of Bondi, he had an epiphany of sorts and decided halfway through the construction to turn it into…

HCC CHRISTMAS EVENT INVITATION 2015

HCC CHRISTMAS INVITATION 2015HCC are excited to invite you to join us at our end of 2015 Christmas celebratory Chamber eventon Thursday 26 November 2015. Enjoy our active networking, surprise performances, prize giveaways and delicious food and drinks at the wonderful new member…

VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS OF HCC’S ASIA PANEL EVENT 2015

HCC Asia Panel Event 2015 Video Highlights Following an eventful and encouraging discussion at our HCC Asia Panel in September please see the event highlights through our first HCC event video click HERE

ARTIST APPROACHED TO ENVISION PUBLIC SPACE

Artist approached to Envision Public Space Sydney’s Central Park lit up for Vivid last May. As pubic and private spaces transform, the way we engage, connect and experience our cities evolve. Culture and emerging ‘urban’ culture can take many forms such as sustainable…

TRANSPORT CHANGES

Travel Choices Newsflash This newsflash will be the first of a series from Travel Choices, the dedicated team set up by Transport for NSW to work with businesses throughout this period of construction in Sydney CBD.Our first mail out focuses on the bus changes, due to start this…

SYDNEY TURNS MANHATTAN

Sydney Turns ManhattanWith its mix of office, residential, retail and hotel space, Sydney’s World Square is a perfect example of the blending of zoning areas. Photo: Steven SiewertIt’s being called the Manhattanisation of our cities, with a mix of apartments, offices, international shops…

NEW MEMBERS SEPT 2015

HCC would like to welcome our recent New Members:

CHINAROWN PUBLIC DOMAIN REVIEW WITH SHIFTING URBAN LANDSCAPE

Chinatown Public Domain Plan under review with major urban developements surrounding HaymarketSource HEREChinatown will become more pedestrian-friendly under the new plans.A MOVE to connect Haymarket to Darling Harbour is currently being examined as the City of Sydney revisits its Chinatown…

THE GOODS LINE BEGINS …

Monday 31 August 2015 07.57 AESTLast modified on Monday 31 August 201515.17 AESTShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailShare on PinterestShare on LinkedInShare on Google+Shares760Comments65 Save for laterArticle source: The GuardianOn Sunday, Sydney locals walked a key..