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CCCA Association of Women Entrepreneurs hosted “Achieve Carbon Neutrality” event

On 16th July 2021, hosted by CCCA Association of Women Entrepreneurs, CECEP Wind Power (Australia) Holding Pty Ltd and China Telecom (Australia) Pty Ltd co-organized the online event named ‘Achieve Carbon Neutrality – Online Micro-Landscape Plant Production’ . At the beginning, Ms. Ye Xuan, Chairman of the Association of Women Entrepreneurs extended a warm welcome to the new members, Ms. Ren Li, General Manager of Bank of China Sydney Branch, and Ms. Tina Hua, Partner of Tahota Law Firm, and gave thanks to General Secretary of CCCA Wang Guannan for ongoing support. At present, more than 120 countries and regions in the world have proposed carbon neutrality targets. According to the plan, in the next five years, China will adopt more powerful policies and measures to increase its national independent contribution and strive to reach the peak of carbon emissions by 2030. The concepts of carbon peaking and carbon neutrality are closely related to countries, companies, organizations and individuals. Special guest Ms. Yang Ying, general manager of CECEP Wind Power (Australia) Holdings Limited, shared relevant concepts, commitments and policies of major countries, China’s achievements in energy conservation and emission reduction, and ways to achieve carbon neutrality. The content allows everyone... View Article

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CCCA Association of Women Entrepreneurs and BGI Co-host Webinar

On 8th March 2021, CCCA Association of Women Entrepreneurs and BGI co-organized the webinar named “Gene Technology Protecting Women’s Health” to celebrate International Women’s Day, interpret the latest genetic technology, and offer a festive warmth and love to female entrepreneurs As BGI’s global influence continues to increase, BGI Australia was established in April 2016 to support its development in Oceania. As a subsidiary of one of the world’s largest genome organizations, BGI Gene Australia has unique technological advantages, including a proprietary genome sequencing platform DNBseq™ and first-class bioinformatics analysis capabilities. BGI is committing to promoting cutting-edge research in healthcare, agriculture, environment and other related fields, constantly seeking cooperation opportunities, pursuing scientific excellence by integrating existing resources, and contributing to the vision of using genomics to benefit all mankind. In her speech, Dr. Bicheng Yang, general manager of BGI Australia, started from the basic concept of genes and described the connection between genomics science and rare diseases/monogenic diseases, intestinal bacteria, Alzheimer’s disease and cancer, and explained in a simple way why Gene is an important factor in determining birth, aging, sickness and death. Then, Dr. Yang shared the content of genetics and women’s disease prevention, interpreting the advantages of the latest... View Article

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Chinese New Year Celebration by CCCA Adelaide Branch and ACBC South Australia Branch

On the afternoon of February 26, 2021, more than 120 people from member companies of  China Chamber of Commerce in Australia (CCCA), Adelaide branch and Australia China Business Council (ACBC) South Australia Branch gathered at the famous Penfolds Magill Winery at the foot of the Adelaide Hills in South Australia to celebrate Chinese New Year and Lantern Festival, and narrate friendship and pragmatic cooperation. This event was co-organized by CCCA Adelaide Branch and ACBC South Australia Branch, sponsored by Bentley Motors and Penfolds Winery. This is also the third consecutive year that CCCA Adelaide Branch and ACBC South Australia Branch have jointly held a Chinese New Year celebration.   In his speech, Mr Sean Keenihan, President of the ACBC South Australia Branch, pointed out that the friendly cooperation between Australia and China has contributed to the 30 years of vigorous development of the Australian economy. Although bilateral relations are facing many challenges today, cooperation is still the biggest consensus of the Australian and Chinese business people. Mr Chen Chunya, vice president of CCCA Adelaide Branch and head of Bank of China Adelaide branch, said that as long as China and Australia uphold the principles of mutual respect and mutual benefit... View Article

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CCCA Association of Women Entrepreneurs Successfully Held Online Painting Activity

On December 11, 2020, the “Waterlilies, Monet’s Impressionism” online painting event hosted by China Chamber of Commerce in Australia (CCCA) Association of Women Entrepreneurs and sponsored by China Telecom (Australia) Ltd. kicked off. More than 20 female entrepreneurs met online to draw friendship and jointly completed wonderful watercolor painting. At the beginning, for knowledge sharing and common learning, Ms. Ye Xuan, Chairman of the Association of Women Entrepreneurs, firstly shared the characteristics and appreciation of the paintings of Monet, the representative of Impressionism. Accompanied by relaxing music, the painting instructor from Cork & Chroma, a well-known Australian studio, explained the changes of light, shadow and space in nature and the techniques of using brushes, leading everyone to successfully complete the Monet-style water lily series. During the event, attendees actively asked questions and exchanged ideas to improve their art appreciation skills and relax their minds and bodies while creating art. At the end of the 3-hour event, everyone expressed their intent. The Association of Women Entrepreneurs hopes to continue to organize diversified cultural and sports activities to care more about the physical and mental health of women entrepreneurs and create more opportunities for women entrepreneurs to try new things and continue... View Article

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CCCA and PWC Cohost Australian Agriculture Investment Opportunities Webinar

As we all know, Australia is one of the important producers and exporters of agricultural and husbandry products in the world. It is an important part of the Australian economy in terms of economic growth, employment, and export. Its agricultural and animal husbandry land accounts for about 58% of the country’s land utilizing area, and agricultural exports account for about 11% of the country’s total exports of products and services. Due to the limited domestic consumer market, about two-thirds of Australia’s agricultural and husbandry products are exported. This year’s COVID-19 pandemic has brought some challenges to Australian agriculture. However, compared with the sudden braking performance of other industries, agricultural investment activities and commodity trade seem to be much less disrupted. Facing changes in industry trends and government policies under pandemic, China Chamber of Commerce Australia (CCCA) and PricewaterhouseCoopers Australia (PwC) jointly hosted a webinar on Australian agricultural investment opportunities. The live broadcast was hosted by PwC China Practice Director Ada Lou and senior experts in the agricultural area were invited to share with the audience information on Australian agriculture and food markets, investment environment, technical services, government policies, etc and conduct a discussion. During the keynote session, Anne-Maree Weston, Director... View Article

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