Last weekend we went out and had a yum-cha lunch in Chinatown. It's what we'd call dimsum in the Philippines. We went to church in the middle of the city which was just a short walk away from the Central Market and Gouger street which is basically the heart of Adelaide's Chinatown.
On the way back to the car, we stopped to take pictures in front of one of Adelaide's newest buildings, the Commonwealth Court Building in Victoria Square. It has caused a bit of controversy before because it's modern and angular looks was a radical departure from the staid colonial style government buildings that surrounded Victoria Square. At any rate, it's there now and although I'm not partial to it, I think Adelaide can do with more modern and non-traditional architecture. Besides, a lot of new things and styles always come with some resistance.