Celebrating the best of Australia in Hong Kong
G'DAY HKCelebrating the best of Australia in Hong Kong
AustCham Hong Kong invites you to join in a celebration of the best of Australia in Hong Kong. In our first ever G’DAY HK event we welcome two of Australia’s most high-profile personalities – Leigh Sales and Annabel Crabb – and their wildly popular podcast, Chat 10 Looks 3.
Sales and Crabb are star presenters for the ABC, award-winning journalists and authors. Since 2014 Sales and Crabb have joined forces to discuss what they're reading, watching, cooking, listening to or irrationally exhilarated by. In true Aussie fashion, they don’t take themselves too seriously - they love to laugh, talk about the latest TV shows, and poke fun at each other.
Their award-winning podcast, Chat 10 Looks 3 has topped more than 100,000 downloads and created a global community of more than 100,000 ‘chatters’. It’s also been called one of the kindest places on the internet.
Join Leigh, Annabel and the AustCham community for this exclusive event celebrating the best of Australia in Hong Kong.
About G'Day HK
G'DAY HK brings together government, business and the community to deepen the Australia-Hong Kong relationship and showcase Australia's creative, innovative economy and society. In 2024 AustCham is inviting leading Australian personalities to share stories that reflect Australia's diverse society and landscape, our remarkable achievements and our bright future.
Title Sponsor: HK$160,000 (exclusive to one company)
Gold Sponsor: HK$100,000
Silver Sponsor: HK$75,000
Bronze Sponsor: HK$50,000
Networking Sponsor: HK$35,000
Member Corporate Table: HK
$25,000 Early Bird: HK$20,000 until 15/01/2024
Member Individual Ticket: HK$1500
All sponsorship inclusive of hospitality benefits, online and offline branding and marketing opportunities.
Expressions of interest are welcome from companies seeking to showcase their food, beverage and lifestyle products at the G'DAY HK event.
Please note: The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed by the speaker(s) belong solely to the speaker, and are not representative of the Australian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong.
Fri, February 02, 2024
11:30 AM - 03:00 PM
Island Shangri La
Member Individual Ticket: $1,500.00
Member Corporate Table (Early Bird): $20,000.00
Non-Member Individual Ticket: $1,950.00
Leigh Sales AM
Leigh Sales AM is one of Australia's most high-profile and respected journalists and has been at the helm of 7.30 since 2011. She was awarded an Order of Australia in 2019 for her services to journalism.
She anchors the ABC's federal election and budget night broadcasts and has interviewed every living Australian Prime Minister. She has also interviewed innumerable world leaders and celebrities including Hillary Clinton, Boris Johnson, David Cameron, Benjamin Netanyahu, the Dalai Lama, Aung San Suu Kyi, Paul McCartney, Elton John, Harrison Ford, Salman Rushdie, Margaret Atwood and many more.
From 2008-2010, Leigh anchored the ABC's prestigious Lateline program and before that was the ABC's National Security Correspondent. From 2001 to 2006, she was the network's Washington Correspondent, covering stories including the aftermath of September 11, the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the 2004 Presidential election and Hurricane Katrina. She grew up in Brisbane and started her reporting career in Queensland in 1993 with Channel Nine.
She has three Walkley awards, Australia's highest journalism honour, for radio current affairs reporting, broadcast interviewing and for her best-selling 2018 book, Any Ordinary Day. She is the author of three other books, Detainee 002: the Case of David Hicks (2007), On Doubt (2009) and Well Hello (2021), co-written with journalist Annabel Crabb. Leigh's writing has appeared in numerous publications including The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Spectator, The Monthly and The Australian Literary Review.
With Annabel Crabb, Leigh co-hosts a popular podcast called Chat 10 Looks 3 about TV, movies, books and music. It has hundreds of thousands of subscribers and won two categories at the 2019 Australian podcast awards.
Annabel Crabb is an ABC writer and presenter who has covered Australian politics for nearly 25 years as a news reporter and columnist.
She is the creator and presenter of Ms Represented, presenter and writer for the ABC-wide Australia Talks project, and co-host of the initial and 2021 return series of Tomorrow Tonight, with Charlie Pickering. She has written and presented the documentary series on life inside parliament, The House, With Annabel Crabb. She created the political interview series Kitchen Cabinet, which she has presented for seven seasons on ABC TV, and for which she received two Logie nominations in 2013 including the Graham Kennedy Award For Most Outstanding New Talent and Most Popular New Female Talent.
Annabel is also host of the ABC Australian history and food series, Back In Time For Dinner, Further Back In Time For Dinner and Back In Time For The Corner Shop. She is a regular face on ABC TV's election night and Budget broadcasts and has a long history of appearances on ABC's Insiders program, including a stint as acting host in 2019. She has won a Walkley Award for feature writing, with her Quarterly Essay entitled Stop At Nothing: The Life And Adventures of Malcolm Turnbull.
She is a regular commentator across the ABC's radio network. With friend and ABC colleague Leigh Sales, Annabel hosts the podcast Chat 10 Looks 3, an independent podcast in which the pair discusses books, film, culture, and cooking. Their first book together, Well Hello, was published in September 2021.
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