The Australia China Business Council


Newsletters

The Banyue - Issue 104 July 2018

This edition of the Banyue features information about upcoming events including the Leadership Luncheon with Amanda Elliott, Chairman of the VRC and our forum – Investing in Australia’s Life Sciences. Issue 103 also includes recent highlights such as the DFAT Briefing with Christopher Lim, Consul General to Chengdu, Xiamen Air flight discounts and much more…

The Banyue - Issue 103 July 2018

This edition of the Banyue features information about upcoming events including the Members Only DFAT Briefing with the Consul General to Chengdu and the Executive Women’s Forum with Amanda Elliott. Issue 103 also features event recaps from our recent Future Leaders event and the China Health Update with Chuyang Liu, discounts for ACBC Members on Xiamen Airlines and much more…

The Banyue - Issue 102 June 2018

In this edition, ACBC Victoria celebrates the recent Queen’s Birthday Honours awarded to ACBC Victoria President, The Hon Ken Smith AM and ACBC member, Michael Pointer OAM. Issue 102 also includes recent highlights including our WeChat Masterclass and the National ACBC event, Canberra Networking Day. Additionally, this edition has links to a survey for ACBC Members and Friends to assist us in our forward planning for the coming 12 months and much more…

The Banyue - Issue 101 May 2018

This edition of the Banyue features recent highlights from events including the Chengdu Delegation at International Chamber House and ACBC Victoria’s China's New Era event with Rowan Callick. Issue 101 also includes information about discounts on Xiamen airlines for ACBC members. Additionally, this edition includes links to a range of supported initiatives and external events and much more…    

The Banyue - Issue 100 May 2018

This is the 100th edition of Banyue, our fortnightly eNewsletter which has produced over 500 news articles over the last five years. With its origins dating back to 1973, ACBC is the China hub in Victoria and the premier not-for-profit national membership organisation dedicated to fostering trade between Australia and China. With our six sector specific working groups, the Future Leaders Forum and the Executive Women's Forum as the 'engine rooms' for our activities, we are busy, productive and focussed. In the last five years alone we've hosted hundreds of visitors from China and run more than 300 business-related events with outstanding presenters which attracted around 15,000 members and friends. Nearly half of our membership base is actively involved in our working groups and we appreciate your level of engagement. We look forward to the next 100 editions of Banyue and to working with you all!