The Launching ceremony of the China Cultural Centre in Sydney and Silk Road, a Road of Innovation exhibition, was held a few days ago at the China Cultural Centre. Vice Minister of the Chinese Culture Ministry- Wei DONG, Chinese Consul General in Sydney- Huaxin LI from the Consulate-General of China, Sydney China Cultural Centre Director- Li ZHAO, Lord Mayor of the City of Sydney- Clover MOORE, Mr. Charles CASUSCELLI RDF MP, the Hon. Ernest WONG MLC were all there for the ribbon-cutting ceremony. Other 150 distinguished guests included Homart Pharmaceuticals Managing Director – Ms. Lynn YEH, former Member of Parliament of New South Wales- the Hon. Helen SHAM-HO, several Australian Members of the Parliament (MP) and their representatives, representatives from the Culture and Arts Association, Overseas Chinese Associations, Chinese Institutions, and representatives from the Media.
The Sydney China Cultural Centre is an official non-profit organization, founded in December, 2012, in Sydney. This is the first cultural centre set up by China in the Pacific Region. The various cultural activities held by the Sydney China Cultural Centre together with the Australian authorities facilitates an environment of community and friendship, helping to strengthen the understanding and bond between these two unique cultures. The China Cultural Centre in Sydney is located in Level 1, 151 Castlereagh Street, Sydney 2000, with phone number: 02-8228 3050, and is open free to the public all year round from 10am to 5pm. There are world-class arts displays, and they occasionally run seminars and courses in arts and culture. The Cultural Centre is a place for the exchange and appreciation of Chinese culture and arts. The centre offers programs that enhance the existing friendship and mutual understanding between Chinese and Australia.
The Vice Minister of the Chinese Culture Ministry- Wei DONG, the Chinese Consul General in Sydney- Huaxin LI from the Consulate-General of China, Lord Mayor of the City of Sydney- Clover MOORE, and Mr. Charles CASUSCELLI RDF MP all delivered speeches, emphasizing the importance of the China Cultural Centre in Sydney, as well as acknowledging the significance of the exchange of Australian and Chinese culture for the conservation of diversified traditional Chinese culture and arts. All the guest speakers spoke about the importance of the Silk Road coming to represent a road of communication and international economic cooperation, as well as a means of innovation, especially meaningful after the signing of the Free Trade Agreement between Australia and China. This serves as a testimonial for what Homart Pharmaceuticals has continuously and actively participated in, various cultural exchange activities between China and Australia, in social welfare and in supporting many long-term projects aimed toward this noble cause. Homart has also devoted itself to creating local job opportunities, making considerable contributions in the Australian economy, and in promoting the exchange of diversified cultures as well as strengthening the friendship between Australia and China.
Ever since its establishment in 1992, Homart has always focused on manufacturing and marketing high quality Australian health supplements, skincare products and infant formula, and its products are not only popular in Australia, but also widely recognized in the consumer market worldwide. Homart has helped in every way possible to support various cultural activities, academic research and charities in hope to make a difference in people’s lives. Spring Leaf, Top Life, and Health & Nature, are the most well recognized Homart brands in Australia. For Australian health supplements, Homart is your best choice!
Homart Pharmaceuticals’ phone: 02-9648 2880, website: www.homart.com.au
Photo: Homart Managing Director- Ms. Lynn YEH Invited to the Launching Ceremony of China Cultural Centre in Sydney and Silk Road, A Road of Innovation Exhibition