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Aug 19th | Thirsty Thursday@Residence G
19 August @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
AustCham South China is delighted to host Mr. Michael Sadleir, the Australian Consul-General in Guangzhou, and Mr. Michael Buckley, current Deputy Consul General, at this upcoming Thirsty Thursday.
Mr. Sadleir is a senior career officer with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). He has served in a variety of roles including assignments in China and the United States. In Canberra, Mr. Sadleir has served as head of DFAT’s East Asia branch, Director Consular Operations, as Executive Officer in the China Economic and Trade Section, and as a Senior Adviser, Asia and Afghanistan, in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.
Mr. Buckley, also a career officer with DFAT, brings experience from working across a range of government departments including in the international development, climate, foreign policy, and immigration areas. He has experience working in China, Japan, and Indonesia, as well as on Australia-Europe relations.
We would also like to give a warm welcome to Mr Martin Ferreyra, Austrade’s Trade and Investment Commissioner, South China. Mr. Ferreyra had worked across development and trade, in an advisory capacity in both the public and private sector, across South America, Australia, and Africa.
The global pandemic and a changing political and economic landscape have presented challenges and opportunities for our members. We hope that the experience these guests bring can inform and provide substantial insight into how to manage these changes to support our members and allow their organizations to continue to grow and thrive in China.
澳大利亚商会华南分会很荣幸地邀请到澳大利亚驻广州总领事馆现任总领事Micheal Sadleir先生和现任副总领事Michael Buckley先生出席我们这次的 “Thirsty Thursday “活动。
我们也很荣幸邀请到澳贸委华南地区贸易和投资专员 Martin Ferreya先生。Martin Ferreya先生曾在南美洲、澳大利亚和非洲的公共及私营部门以顾问身份从事发展和贸易方面的工作。
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Cocktail Canapé Menu
Coloured potato chips
Mini Napolitana pizza
Caprese Salad Skewer
Bacon and Leek Mini Quiche
Chili beans tart
Gazpacho(cold soup shots）
Coconut Milk Mango Sago
Season Fruit Skewer
About AustCham South China
The China – Australia Chamber of Commerce – South China (AustCham South China) was established in 1994 to develop, promote and expand business relations between Australia and China through the representation of its membership.
As a registered NGO office in the People’s Republic of China, AustCham South China serves as Australia’s peak industry advocacy body in South China and supports its members by providing information, connections, business services and government relations assistance.