In an effort to reduce spending during the global financial crisis, the Australian Chinese General Chamber of Business has decided to halt operation with its soccer team - Red Dragon, in a move to ensure that funding is directed at profit making and other sustainable operation in the organisation.


Brisbane chinatown committee officially launch the brisbane chinatown tour, aimed at providing an educational guided tour for school, corporate and retiree groups around the mall.


Funded by the Federal government's Rural Industries Research & Development Corporation (RIRDC), the Australian Chinese General Chamber of Business has been commissioned to conduct market research study into the viability of Australian camel meat export into China.


An exclusive carparking agreement has been signed between Secure Parking Pty Ltd with the Brisbane Chinatown Committee, where committee members will have access to discounted monthly parking and 2 hours parking vouchers for the nearby McWhirters and Metro Valley Carparks.


The Australian Chinese General Chamber of Business officially launch the Brisbane Chinatown Committee with 22 local restaurants and retailers already having signed up to become members.


In partnership with the Australian Crocodile Traders and Koorana Crocodile Farm, the Australian Chinese General Chamber of Business welcome Chinese seafood importers from Guangzhou as part of the Australian Crocodile Meat delegation tour to Brisbane, Rockhampton and Cairns consisting of 13 delegates.

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