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              The Governor’s Farewell for International Students

              Le Cordon Bleu Adelaide
              Le Cordon Bleu Adelaide student winning The Governor’s Farewell for International Students Award

              Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Highly Commended: Daniel Han Kin Juan

              The sixth annual Governor’s Farewell event was held on Friday, 28th October at Adelaide’s Government House.  This invitation only event, featured an address by the Governor of South Australia, His Excellency The Honourable Hieu Van Le AC.  In the grounds of Government House, the Governor, as patron of StudyAdelaide, presented awards as part of the Governor’s Farewell for International Students.  These awards celebrate the contributions of our international students and further highlight their individual achievements.

              Le Cordon Bleu Australia are incredibly proud to announce that current Bachelor of Business (Food Entrepreneurship) student, Daniel Han Kin Juan, was a recipient of one of these very awards!  Daniel was highly commended in the category of Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

              Before coming to Australia to undertake the Bachelor degree at Le Cordon Bleu, Daniel worked as a chef in Singapore for six years. Once he arrived in Adelaide, he used his industry connections to develop a series of products in conjunction with Olga’s Fine Foods called The Sauce Boss after his industry research showed there was interest in Singaporean crab sauce in the Australian market. Moving to the Clare Valley and working for the Seed Winehouse + Kitchen, Daniel has also excelled in his studies; achieving two credits, four distinctions and one high distinction in his first semester. He has also organised potluck dinners with fellow international students, in an effort to share different cultures and food among his peers.

              Congratulations, Daniel!  

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