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Southport is GO by Rob MOLHOEK MP http://www.robmolhoek.com.au  
澳大利亞黄金海岸世界最新的創意文化中國城

Creative City & Creative Economies
Shanghai Cultural & Creative Industrial Parks

NBN NEWS GC CHINATOWN http://www.nbnnews.com.au/index.php/2013/07/12/chinatown-for-southport/

Today 12 July 2013 mayor launch the china town‏
http://www.goldcoast.com.au/article/2013/07/13/454531_gold-coast-news.html

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    Last month I (Johnson Shiu) joined the workshop for the design of Chinatown Gold Coast’s master plan with input from over 40 interested professionals, council members and business leaders, as well as many delegates from the Gold Coast’s Chinese Sister Cities Taipie and Chouhoi. Some impressive ideas have been put forward to bring a truly modern and unique Chinatown to life on the Gold Coast. You can read the article from The Gold Coast Bulletin here.

  • Creative Industry Definations:

    Creative enterprises, those engaged in the commercial exploitation of intellectual property-based goods and services imbued with symbolic meaning (i.e., books, film, music), contribute significantly to the economic, social and cultural development of nations. These enterprises form complex networks in content-driven sectors, which in turn make up the creative industries. Their unique characteristics (i.e., original symbolic products) drive and sustain diverse cultural and customary traditions, and enhance social values. At the same time, they generate wealth, increase employment opportunities, and promote trade. Yet, their true value and potential are often underestimated and insufficiently analyzed.

    The phrase creative industries (or sometimes creative economy) refers to a set of interlocking industry sectors that focus on creating unique property, content or design that previously did not exist. Economic contributions from creative industries have been increasing, particularly as manufacturing industries have become increasingly automated and process-driven. The economic contributions are often cited as being a growing part of the global economy.

    Creative industries typically include industries that focus on: creating and exploiting intellectual property products such as music, books, film and games; or providing business-to-business creative services including advertising, public relations and direct marketing. Aesthetic live-performance experiences are also generally included, which contributes to an overlap with definitions of art and culture, and even aspects of tourism and sport. Economic activities focussed on designing, making and selling objects or works of art such as jewellery, haute couture, books of poetry and other creative writing, and fine art are often included in the sector because the value of such objects derives from a high degree of aesthetic originality.

    Some of the key activities of the Creative Industries include:

    • Organize, coordinate and perform activities related to conceptualizing the creative industries, with emphasis on the importance of intellectual property rights;
    • In cooperation with national authorities and professional bodies, work towards the identification of the potential of the creative industries through the mapping of the creative sectors, and assess the needs and working practices in these sectors; develop projects to facilitate the optimal use of the intellectual property system in the creative industries.
  • Chinatown Masterplan

    Chinatown is part of a broader plan to revitalise Southport as an international business district.Chinatown will be the place where the Gold Coast community can celebrate the best of Asian culture and design. It will foster international relationships, attract investment and welcome tourists. The precinct will also support a range of multicultural businesses and professional services.Chinatown will be developed in partnership with the community, private sector and government through the development of a master plan. The master plan will detail a clear vision, identify distinctive design elements and develop an implementation strategy and ongoing management plan.A crucial component of the success of Chinatown is a vibrant events and festivals strategy which gives the Gold Coast community and visitors a place to experience and celebrate Chinese and Asian cultures.

    A number of benefits are expected from the Chinatown development including:

      • Provide opportunity for cultural exchange between Australia, China and other Asian countries
      • Build trade and investment relationships
      • Create confidence in the development industry and encourage the redevelopment of Southport
      • Enhance the tourism product and cultural diversity
      • Generate a new night time economy
      • Leverage the proximity to the light rail station by creating a destination and increase pedestrian activity

    Master Plan Elements

    Three paifang’s (gateways) will mark the boundary of Chinatown and will represent the unique nature of Chinatown Gold Coast and the Gold Coast’s relationship with our Sister Cities. Ultimately a cultural centre and memorial gardens are proposed which will contain a worship centre (for both Taoist and Buddhist) and exhibition space for displays on Chinese culture.

    Stage 1 – 2012 to 2014

      • Community and international engagement
      • Master plan development
      • Events strategy and funding
      • Implementation strategy
      • Streetscaping improvements to Young Street
      • Investment attraction and real estate

    Future stages 2014 to 2018

      • Ongoing Chinatown development
      • Streetscaping improvements to Davenport Street
      • Ongoing management and funding

  •      Australia: Unit 12, 3 Barranbali Street, Chevron Island, Gold Coast, Qld.,Australia 4217

    Johnson Shiu, J.P.  邵焯輝 太平紳士         Australia mobile 手機 : +(61) 452300208

    Email: johnson.shiu@danpacplus.hk