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Ni Hao! The City of Cockburn has hosted its fourth delegation from its Chinese sister city of Yueyang since establishing the relationship in 1998.
The six-member delegation spent Wednesday 16 August in the City of Cockburn, where it was welcomed with an official presentation and morning tea featuring an Aboriginal didgeridoo performance by musician Tim Kelley.
Apart from lunch at a local Chinese restaurant, the delegation enjoyed a tour of Cockburn Central, Cockburn ARC and beachside Coogee.
Caption: City of Cockburn Councillor Chamonix Terblanche (3rd from left), Mayor Logan Howlett (4th from left), Deputy Mayor Carol Reeve-Fowkes (4th from right) and Aboriginal musician Tim Kelley (far right) with a delegation from its sister city Yueyang. Picture: Nadia Ucich.
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