Do we ever get any good news anymore? Certainly if I had some I would share it, just like if I had a packet of boiled sweets, I would give you one, being extraordinarily generous. But, alas, there goes Tasmania: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-04-24/huge-development-considered-for-tasmanias-east-coast/9690496 https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2018/jun/06/fast-tracked-tasmania-resort-plan-raises-fears-over-chinese-investment https://www.smh.com.au/national/is-this-the-tasmania-we-want-chinese-investors-plan-100m-east-coast-resort-20180502-p4zcwa.html https://www.themercury.com.au/news/tasmania/swansea-locals-welcome-revelations-of-possible-major-new-development-but-call-for-more-details/news-story/d66009d5f4b7d67b334f80066900d006 https://www.stategrowth.tas.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0016/127123/China_Engagement_Report.pdf
“A proposed mega-development on Tasmania’s east coast has prompted concerns about fast-tracked development and foreign investment in the island state. The Cambria Green proposal was announced to the public in late April, four days before a local council meeting which voted to progress an application to create a special development zone that could house 550 accommodation units and hotel rooms, two golf courses, and an 80-bed health spa that could one day be used as a palliative care unit. The proponent, Cambria Green Agricultural Tourism Management, helmed by Shandong businessman Liu Kejing and Melbourne-based Ronald Hu, says on its Facebook page — it does not have a website — that it wants to “bring the surrounding community along our long-term journey” to support the “integrated, eco-tourism development”.