No.3  June, 2013  
  Mr Tsang (centre) proposes a toast with Mr Wong (third right) and Mr Weatherhill (third left)Hong Kong and South Australia sign Tourism Pact

Bilateral trade and tourism between Hong Kong and South Australia are set to strengthen with the two countries signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Tourism Co-operation.

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  Steve Barclay will be available to speak at schools across Australia and New ZealandHKETO Director signs up as Asia Literacy Ambassador

Steve Barclay, Director of the Hong Kong Economic & Trade Office (HKETO) in Sydney has recently signed up to become an Asia Literacy Ambassador to help Australian secondary school students better understand and engage with Asia and Hong Kong.

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  The Cang Cheng Art exhibition will be held from 28 June 2013HKETO to exhibit paintings from renowned Chinese art group

Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (HKETO) Sydney will host a new Chinese painting exhibition at Hong Kong House featuring works by artists from the famed Cang Cheng Art Association and Cang Cheng Art Studio from 28 June to 11 July 2013.

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  Lei Yun Mun is a great place for seafood10 (Insider) things to do in Hong Kong, by HKETO staff

From the start of June through to August every year is the most popular time for people to travel to Hong Kong. Not only are there major events like the Tuen Ng (Dragon boat) Festival which attracts tens of thousands of visitors, but the city also has a great buzz during Summer. But let’s say you wanted to get away from the touristy stuff and try something more local, where do you go? Here’s what some HKETO staff recommend:

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