A Chinese-Australian family who became famous for selling fruit, fireworks and fancy-goods, the Sym Choons created a business dynasty which spanned most of the twentieth century.
Migrating from humble beginnings in China in 1891, Sym Choon adopted the name John Sym Choon. He established the foundations of a company which his Australian-born children developed into some […]
Transforming the South Australian Museum
The South Australian Museum is one of the most visited museums in Australia, and has the finest collection of Australian Aboriginal cultural objects in the world.
However, many of the Museum’s displays have remained untouched for 40 years and its gallery spaces are too small. The South Australian Museum is proposing a […]
The Adelaide Gaol is one of the oldest remaining colonial public buildings in Adelaide and is the site of some of the State’s more interesting past. Open for business from 1841 to 1988, the Gaol was one of Australia’s longest continuously operational prison facilities.
Over those gruelling 147 years, the Gaol housed some of the state’s […]
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