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2012 News











Malaysia Club Dinner 
23rd July 2011

Congratulations to the enthusiastic and hard working committee (Evelyn, Eric, Christine, Betty, Wei Yee, Rachel, Song, etc) of Malaysia Club of South Australia Inc (MCSA) for organising a very enjoyable Karaoke & Dance dinner for members and friends at J-Restaurant. It's great to see everyone let their hair down and sing their hearts out! MCSA is a non-profit community-based organisation incorporated in South Australia in March 2010. The club was formed to keep the Malaysian culture and cuisine alive by bringing together Malaysians, former Malaysians in South Australia, and friends of Malaysians through educational, social, cultural and business activities. Since its inception, the Club has held regular functions for its members and friends. These events have generally oriented around food and fun. Always well attended and supported by local, state and foreign dignitaries, leaders and members of other communities. The primary objective of the club is to promote and share the diverse Malaysian cultures and spirits to the broader community of South Australia. The Club becomes a platform for promoting and maintaining greater friendship and harmony among Malaysians, former Malaysians and other communities.

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2011 News










Malaysia Club Dinner 
23rd July 2011

Congratulations to the enthusiastic and hard working committee (Evelyn, Eric, Christine, Betty, Wei Yee, Rachel, Song, etc) of Malaysia Club of South Australia Inc (MCSA) for organising a very enjoyable Karaoke & Dance dinner for members and friends at J-Restaurant. It's great to see everyone let their hair down and sing their hearts out! MCSA is a non-profit community-based organisation incorporated in South Australia in March 2010. The club was formed to keep the Malaysian culture and cuisine alive by bringing together Malaysians, former Malaysians in South Australia, and friends of Malaysians through educational, social, cultural and business activities. Since its inception, the Club has held regular functions for its members and friends. These events have generally oriented around food and fun. Always well attended and supported by local, state and foreign dignitaries, leaders and members of other communities. The primary objective of the club is to promote and share the diverse Malaysian cultures and spirits to the broader community of South Australia. The Club becomes a platform for promoting and maintaining greater friendship and harmony among Malaysians, former Malaysians and other communities.

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Pierogi Night
22nd July 2011

Polish food enthusiasts have received a warm welcome and have been treaded to a feast served by Joanna, the owner of Mama's Pierogi. 644 Port Rd. On the menu were: Barshch, croquettes, goulash, ham and pea soups, tripe, pierogi (all types ...of filings - meat, cheese, mashroom, cabbage, spinach), golabki (cabbage rolls), pulpety (meat balls with sauce), salads and yummy berry crepes desert plus Babka! Drinking excellent champagne and wine 20 guests connected with other business owners and professionals in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Next function 22 October - expecting 180 guests - put your name down ASAP to avoid disappointment!

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Mid Year "Winter Down Under" Banquet at the Lotus Restaurant
14th June 2011

A big "Winter Down Under" dinner attended by 100 guests was held by the Asia Pacific Business Council for Women Inc (APBCW) bringing valuable networking opportunities to guests who attended. Congratulations to Gosia Hill, President and the team at APBCW for their commitment and hard work in organising a wonderful dinner for members and women in the community. Being the Past President of APBCW and the founder of the Women of Distinction Awards, I was very honoured to be invited as the Guest Speaker. Gosia Hill is doing a fabulous job as the new president and APBCW is very fortunate to have someone with her energy and experience to drive it. APBCW is...

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GlamoDesign brings APBCW into the 21 century.
25th May 2011

Asia Pacific Business Council for Women Inc chose the energetic, reliable and professional young GlamoDesign team to bring our organisation into the 21st century with the digital makeover, including logo, signage, banner, website and a "Social Media" presence! GlamoDesign has sponsored much of the work by generously contributing their time and creative energy. Thank you!












Gosia Hill Addresses a Conference in Canberra
11th March 2011

Gosia Hill, APBCW President was a speaker at the Australian Immigrant and Refugee women Round Table and contributed to the submission to the Joint Standing Committee on Migration, Inquiry into Multiculturalism. AIRWA Multiculturalism Roundtable was held in Canberra on 11th March, other speakers speakers includes Senator Kate Lundy, ACT Minister Joy Burch.












Adelaide Women of the World Unite on International Women's Day
4th March, 2011

Three unique organizations with the common goal of assisting women in developing nations have joined forces to present a breakfast function on International Women's Day – Friday 4th March
Opportunity International Australia, Asia Pacific Business Council for Women, & Walford Women in Business hosted an International Women's Day Breakfast.
The power of investing in women in many ways is globally recognized and celebrated on International Women's Day.
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CITCSA Chairman's Lunch
10th February 2011

Gosia Hill, APBCW President attended the CITCSA Chairman's lunch for business leaders and influencers from a wide range of industry sectors, with a view to assisting our business chambers to network and connect with the business community.












New Year Dinner at Phoreseasons
24th January 2011

40 members and friends gathered at the award winning restaurant owned and operated by APBCW member Judyta Slupnicki. Old and new members joined together over a specially designed menu and the evening was a great opportunity to network and exchange ideas for future activities and events.












2010 News


Corporate sponsorship from the Flinders University and Export Solutions
23th December, 2010

Professor Dean Forbes, Pro Vice Chancellor International has confirmed Flinders University's support to APBCW and sponsored the meeting venue for the Council at the University's City Campus. APBCW is proud to be associated with Flinders University. Stuart Mitchell, the CEO of Export Solutions has also announced the corporate support for APBCW.












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