Japanese scenario was chosen for Port Pirie because of the link between the South
Australian economy and Japanese industry. Mitsubishi have a thriving automobile plant and
there is still talk of a Multi-Function Polis being built in partnership with the
Port Pirie Regional
Art Gallery is now well and truly "off the beaten track": it is situated on
at the end of what was once the longest railway platform in Australia. Between the gallery
and the wheat silos in the distance, a new McDonalds family restaurant is taking root.
|Read what the people
of Port Pirie made of the a Japanese colonisation in Shao-lin,
where the foot is mightier than the sword.