A successful internship collaboration with the Australia China Business Council(SA) and University of Adelaide

Recently Work Visa Lawyers had the opportunity to host an intern as part of the internship programme jointly organised by the Australia China Busines Council (ACBC) SA and the University of Adelaide. We received an intern from the University of Adelaide, Alice Zhu and she performed the following for Work Visa Lawyers as part of her internship:

  • provide insights for social media marketing for China
  • help arrange posts to the Work Visa Lawyers Weibo account
  • analyse and suggest Chinese social media engagement strategies for the business to adopt

In addition to the above Alice managed to produce a video on her own which shares the experience and feelings of a Chinese international student in Adelaide. The video showcases some of the tourist attractions in South Australia, including:

  • Hanhdorf
  • Adelaide Central Market
  • Chinatown
  • Glenelg
  • Victor Harbour
  • Yankalilla
  • Kangaroo Island

It is our pleasure to present to you the video made by Alice below:

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For viewers in China you can also view the video on the Work Visa Lawyers Youku account via the link below:


Work Visa Lawyers would like to convey our thanks to ACBC-SA and the University of Adelaide for taking the initiative and making the effort to introduce this internship programme. The internship programme is an excellent platform to allow international graduates here in SA to help Australian businesses become China-ready, and gain practical work experience at the same time. We also thank Alice for her excellent work and contribution during her short time with us.

Chris and Alice

Principal Migration Agent and Lawyer Chris Johnston with intern Alice Zhu

If you would like to know more, or have an Australia-China visa or migration related enquiry, please feel free to contact Work Visa Lawyers at:

(08) 8351 9956 or +61 8 8351 9956

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