Our Chinese Language School resumes Saturday June 13.
CCCA will follow Government’s instruction to practise the ‘Social Distancing’ policy. With immediate effect EYD will be suspended until further notice.
The 30th Anniversary Association of the Cherrybrook Chinese Community Association was held at the Castle Terrace Chinese Cuisine in Castle Hill on August 31st.
There were more than forty people present. First of all, President Jenny Lau gave a welcome speech. The General Assembly then adopted the minutes of the 29th Annual General Meeting and the 2018-2019 Financial Report. In the meeting, the executive members of the association from 2019 to 2020 were elected, and the positions were elected by the new members.
The results are as follows:
President: Jenny Lau
Vice President: Stephen Lang
Treasurer: Dennis Loh
English Secretary: K L Chau
Chinese Secretary: Polly Chen
Information Technology: James Fong
EYD: Ken Ng
Activities: Pauline Lau, Peter Tong
The commitee appointed the following office positions:
Public Relations: Daisy Wong
Hon. Auditor: Edward Yeow
Hon. Legal Adviser: Keith Chow
Afterwards we all have a meal together and have a good time.
Date: Second Monday of the month
Time: 10am to 12pm
Speaker: James Fong
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Wenbin Fu , a student in the Teenager Class of the Association’s Chinese Language School, participated in the 10th “Lu Xun Youth Literature Awards” overseas essay activity, which was jointly organized by the Shanghai Overseas Exchange Association, Shanghai Lu Xun Cultural Development Center, Shanghai Education Press and Oriental Education Times. More than 1,080 essays from more than 90 overseas Chinese Language educational institutions in 19 countries participated, with the selection of 168 award-winning compositions.
Wenbin Fu won the second prize with an article titled “The Link of Love, the Bridge of Father’s Love”, ranking 11th. Please click on the link below to read the original essay (Chinese only).
In order to improve the efficiency of managing the Cherrybrook Chinese Community Association Inc., the Management Committee convened on 23 September 2017, have decided that all sub-groups’ (including Seniors Group) activities will now be directly managed, coordinated, organised, facilitated and financed by the Management Committee.
This edict will take effect immediately.