A parade of Air China crew uniforms by serving crew members. The original uniforms (on the left)
were designed by Pierre Cardin. The current uniforms were designed by Oliver Lapidus
Air China crew demonstrate the traditional tea ceremony, a version of which
is presented to passengers travelling in the airline’s premium cabins.
Bai Ping Huang, Master Calligrapher, was specially commissioned by Air China to create
a calligraphy , which was presented to the Victorian Minister of Tourism, the Hon. Louise Asher
Chris Woodruff, CEO of Melbourne Airport, spoke about the
importance of Air China to the growth of tourism from China to Australia.
Jia Tie Sheng, Air China’s Vice Chairman (r) presents a specially commissioned calligraphy
by Bai Ping Huang, Master Calligrapher, to the Hon. Louise Asher (l), Minister of Tourism.
Jia Tie Sheng, Vice Chairman Air China, Yan Han, GM of Air China Melbourne
(both centred) flanked by Air China Melbourne team
MC David Mann interviews a young guest who attended the 30th anniversary celebration.
Two of Air China’s Australian captains look on – Paul Lucas (l) and Harry Wightman.
More than 200 people attended Air China’s 30th anniversary celebrations
in Melbourne at the Regent Theatre’s Plaza Ballroom on September 17, 2014.
Pictured： (l-r) Hon. Damon Thomas, Lord Mayor of Hobart, Hon. Susan Riley,
Deputy Lord Mayor, City of Melbourne, Andy Wang, Sales Manager, Air China Melbourne
Song Yu Min, Consul General of the People’s Republic of China,
addressing Air China’s 30th anniversary celebration
The Hon. Louise Asher (l), Victoria’s Minister of Tourism, presents a gift
from the people of Victoria to Jia Tie Sheng, Vice Chairman of Air China
Yan Han (centre) Air China GM Melbourne office and Jia Tie Sheng, Vice Chairman, Air China,
together with crew and performers at Air China’s 30th anniversary celebrations on September 17.
Yan Han, General Manager, Air China Melbourne office spoke to more than
200 specially invited guests at Air China’s 30th anniversary celebration in Melbourne.
Yan Han, GM, Air China Melbourne (centre) with Captains Paul Lucas
and Harry Wightman together with Air China cabin crew.
Source = Air China