Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Australia Singapore Chamber of Commerce (QLD)

Australia Singapore Chamber of Commerce (QLD) 
launch in Parliament House, Brisbane

The Australia-Singapore Chamber of Commerce & Industry is the only Chamber of Commerce & Industry solely devoted to Australia-Singapore bi-lateral trade.

The Chamber was formed in 1986, and is honoured to have the Prime Minister of Australia as Patron. The Chamber exists for the benefit of its members, acting as a networking facility to assist bi-lateral business, providing an efficient and friendly service with opportunities to meet with peer groups and representatives from varied business sectors.

A close friendship and trade relationship has also been established with an important Chamber of Commerce in Singapore where members are assured of a warm welcome and assistance.

The Chamber regularly holds networking business luncheons, cocktail receptions and member sponsored evenings with guest speakers from top echelons of business.

Ian Walker
Assistant Minister, Planning Reform

Grace Tan
Previous President, SBCQ


Raj Logaraj 
President, ASCCI

Michael Teo
High Commissioner, Singapore

Fiona Simpson
MP, Maroochydore

Annual Subscription
Corporate Membership $300


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Thursday, July 5, 2012


We are here today to attend the launch of

Covering 70 countries and one-third of the Earth,
Asia Pacific is home to 4.5 billion people and produces half the world's film

This year's APSA will be in
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Friday, November 23, 2012

Awards includes (last year's winners)
1. Best Feature Film (Jodaeiye Nader az Simin)
2. Jury Grand Prize (Nahed El Sebai, Bushra and Nelly Karim)
3. Best Documentary Feature Film (Jag Var Värd 50 Lamm)
4. Best Children's Feature Film (Buta)
5. Best Animated Feature Film (Madangeul naon amtak)
6. Achievement in Directing (Nuri Bilge Ceylan)
7. Best Screenplay (Ovsyanki)
8. Best Performance by an Actor (Wang Baoqiang)
9. Best Performance by an Actress (Nadezhda Markina)
10. Achievement in Cinematography (Gökhan Tiryaki)

(photo: asia pacific screen awards academy)
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H.E Ms Penelope Wensley AC, Governor Queensland

"I’m all about economic development and selling Brisbane on the world stage and big events like this help drive local investment while putting us on the map"

Graham Quirk, Lord Mayor Brisbane

"The APSAs are already referred to as ‘the Oscars of Asia Pacific’ in a number of countries..."
Bruce Beresford, Legendary Australian filmmake

"Different countries, different cultures, united through cinematic excellence.."
Des Power AM, Producer/Writer/Chairman APSA

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