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The Banyue Issue 93 February 2018

This Chinese Lunar New Year edition of the Banyue features a Happy New Year message from ACBC CEO and staff, as well as links to external Chinese New Year events held by ACBC Victoria member organisations. Some of the recent highlights included in this issue were ‘Adapting in the face of change’ – a recap of the inaugural Future Leaders Forum, the Sinorbis Report Launch and a write up of the ACBC Victoria Executive Women’s Forum. The issue also includes news, upcoming events and more…

The Banyue - Issue 92 January 2018

Issue 92 of the Banyue includes detailed information about ACBC Victoria’s upcoming events – the inaugural Future Leaders Forum, the Executive Women’s Forum, 2018 Chinese Lunar New Year Cocktail Function and International Women’s Day 2018. Issue 92 also features information about a wide variety of external events, links to the ACBC China Path Podcast and much more…

The Banyue Issue 91 January 2018

The first issue of the Banyue for 2018 features a write up about the 20th Anniversary of the Melbourne Office Tianjin. The issue also includes an overview of ACBC Victoria’s upcoming events including the Future Leaders’ Forum, the Executive Women’s Forum, 2018 Chinese Lunar New Year and International Women’s Day 2018. Additionally, this issue includes a recap of the ACBC Vic Meeting with the Australian Consul General to Guangzhou, a recap of the final Agribusiness and Food Working Group Meeting and more…

The Banyue Issue 90 December 2017

The final issue of the Banyue for 2017 gives an overview of recent highlights for ACBC Victoria, including our Member’s Luncheon with The Hon Matthew Guy MP, the ACBC Victoria End of Year Networking Celebration and the Canton Fair Delegation’s visit. Additionally, this issue includes information about events such as the 2018 China International Import Expo, Translating Confucian Texts at the China Studies Research Centre and more…

The Banyue Issue 89 November 2017

Issue 89 of the Banyue features a write about the success of China’s recent ‘Singles Day’. The event, led by ACBC member Alibaba, has proven to be one of the most important retail events in the global market and has surpassed the gross expenditure of events like the US Black Friday.   

This issue also has several excerpts of write ups from our recent events, including last weeks Renewable Energy Forum: Renewable Energy in Victoria and the China Factor. The event, hosted by ShineWing Australia, featured a panel of experts from the renewable energy sector talking about the future of energy in this country and role of governments and businesses in creating a sustainable future.

Issue 89 also includes details of our busy calendar of upcoming events, recent Australia-China news, supported events, initiatives and more...