A few days ago the inaugural launch ceremony for the ‘Yearbook of Chinese in Australia 2013’ was held in Sydney, and Homart Managing Director – Ms Lynn YEH was invited together with other important guests, including Consul General of People’s Republic of China- Huaxin LI, the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and the Minister for Citizenship and Communities- the Hon. Victor DOMINELLO MP, and former Premier of New South Wales, former Minister for Foreign Affairs, Senator the Hon.- Bob CARR, amongst other 200 distinguished guests. They were all gathered to celebrate the release of the 1st ‘Yearbook of Chinese in Australia,’ the first ethnic chronicle in the world.
For decades, the Australian Chinese have painstakingly pioneered enterprises through their hard effort and work in Australia, making industrious and diligent efforts. Not only have they better integrated socially into communities, but they have also actively extended traditional Chinese cultures. This Yearbook records the 200-year history of Chinese people in Australia, and also captures the important activities and events that happened within the Australian Chinese community in 2013. A congratulatory message from Prime Minister Tony ABBOTT was read, highly praising the contributions of all immigrants, including the Chinese, who have made changes in the economic growth, social progress, and national prosperity of Australia.
The ‘Yearbook of Chinese in Australia 2013’ is arranged by date, recording major events from the 1st of January 2013 to the 31st of December 2013, and there are six categories, including Facts of Australia, Special Reports of Australia, Chinese in Australia, Major Annual Events, Handbook for Living in Australia and Appendix. As the first yearbook about an ethnic minority in Australia, the Yearbook of Chinese in Australia 2013 covers 3000 Chinese individuals, communities, and organizations over a total of 600 pages and 1500 entities, using 680,000 words and 150 photographs.
Homart Pharmaceuticals and Homart Managing Director – Ms Lynn YEH are recounted in details in ‘Yearbook of Chinese in Australia 2013’, and Ms Lynn YEH is highly praised for her honesty and diligence in founding Homart Pharmaceuticals, insisting in using Australian raw materials in manufacturing high quality Australian Made health supplements and skin care products; and dedicating in returning to society and in participating in charity activities in Australia and in China. The ‘Yearbook of Chinese in Australia 2013’ also speaks favourably of Homart Pharmaceuticals in sponsoring the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia- RFDS for years, in supporting the Australian Olympics Team, in providing scholarships to poverty-stricken students, and in sponsoring the ABC Charity Train for Cataract and in donating hearing aids to the disabled held by Shanghai Red Cross. The ‘Yearbook of Chinese in Australia 2013’ also highly praised Homart for donating and setting up scholarships for poverty-stricken students in Hunan; for winning the “Premier’s NSW Export Awards 2013”; and for Homart Managing Director – Ms Lynn YEH’s winning of the NSW Women of the Year-Parramatta.
Established in 1992, Homart Pharmaceuticals has specialized in manufacturing top quality Australian health supplements and skin care products for 22 years, and has always insisted in its corporate mission, which is to bring a healthy, balanced and happy life to the general public. Homart has helped in every way possible to support various cultural activities exchange, academic researches, and charities, in hope to make a difference in people’s lives. For Australian health supplements, Homart is your best choice!
Homart phone: 02-9648 2880, website: www.homart.com.au
Photo: Homart Pharmaceuticals Compiled in the Yearbook of Chinese in Australia 2013