今天下午在维洲议会举行了纪念华人罗布之行160周年系列活动媒体发布会。维州多元文化部部长Hon.Robin Scott等参加了发布会。 澳洲华人约占澳洲总人口的4.5%，已经超过120万人。但华人移民澳洲可不是最近几年的事情，早在160多年前就有华人来澳洲定居。根据比较早的历史记载：1850年当澳大利亚的维洲发现金矿后，正处于战火中的成千上万的中国人涌向维洲，加入淘金行列。
The Chinese Community Council of Australia (Victorian Chapter) Incorporated (CCCAV) is an advocacy body for the Chinese community in Victoria. It also facilitates community development, assisting all Chinese descendants residing, working or studying in Victoria.
The president of Chinese Community Council of Australia (Victorian Chapter) Dr Stanley Chiang welcomes the recent announcement of the Federal Government to grant five-year tourist visas with a 12-month stay on each entry to suitable applicants who have applied for a parent visa outside Australia. Furthermore the Government will also consider tourist visas of up to three years with a […]
[three_fifth padding=”0 20px 0 0″] The Chinese Community Council of Australia’s “Moving On” national conference was a precedent success. The organisers had to turn away last minute registrations – the event attracted seven times more registered participants than the first conference in Sydney last year. The first day presented and discussed viewpoints of the community’s settlement experiences, pains and successes, […]
CCCAV launched a media release event on the 1st Aug, 2012, in the Parliament House. Over 30 media representatives and other guests, including community leaders, attended the event, which finished later after planned schedule. Presentation Highlights: The President of the Victorian Chapter of the Chinese Community Council of Australia (CCCAV), Dr Stanley Chiang, opened the event. He introduced the Victorian […]
The Chinese community in Australia is saying the days of being a migrant community with no public profile are numbered. It is no Chinese whisper. ’Building the Chinese Australian Voice’ is the first priority for breaking their invisibility in Australian sovereign developments and globalisation. Breaking this stereotype of the Chinese community is part of the first step for transforming the […]
The “Assault on students spark on-line fury” (Peter Cai & Jen Rosenberg SMH 24April2012) conjures a feeling of insecurity when travelling alone at night on our Sydney metropolitan trains. A subsequent SMH (Peter Cai 26 April 2012) report, headlined “Chinese Students at risk in Australia”, highlighted the unfavourable outcry about the safety of Chinese citizens studying in Australia. Those involved […]
On Saturday 26 November 2011, the Chinese Community Council of Australia (Victoria Chapter) held its Annual General Meeting, hosted by one of its members 2Future Education in Box Hill. Dr Stanley Chiang, President of the CCCAV, reported that 2010/11 was all about consolidation and contribution. “CCCAV stepped up its engagement with Victoria’s Chinese community and the wider community through a […]