Christmas Luncheon 2020

The CCAT Christmas Luncheon was held at our clubhouse on Sunday 6 December 2020 and was attended by over sixty members, family and friends.  A great time was enjoyed by all, especially in sampling the many delicious and varied savory and sweet dishes provided by everyone. We were very joyfully entertained by several of our […]

CCAT Visit to the Cascade Female Factory

On 13 November 2020, sixteen members of CCAT visited the Cascade Female Factory in South Hobart.  We were guided by Sandra Lo who works as a volunteer at this well-known heritage historic site.  Sandra gave us a very knowledgeable and passionate tour of the site and we all gained a good understanding of the time […]

Information about Novel Coronavirus

The Commonwealth Department of Health has published translated information about novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) for Chinese-speaking people in Australia. The information is online here: www.health.gov.au This website is the best source of up-to-date national information.

70th Anniversary Celebration of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China

CCAT attended Dinner to Celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China CCAT was invited by the Consul-General of the People’s Republic of China in Melbourne to join this celebration together with distinguished guests and other local Chinese associations and businesses at a lavish dinner at Wrest Point on 2 […]

Chinese Consul General (Melbourne) Visit

Chinese Consul General from Melbourne visit to CCAT 19 June 2019 CCAT was honoured to host a visit by Consul General Mr Long Zhou and Consuls Dong Guo Jing and Han Bing to the CCAT clubhouse. CCAT committee members had an opportunity to chat with the Consul General and his staff over a light morning […]

Tasmanian Chinese School

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The Story of the Chinese Stone – Part 6 of 6

As told by Katie Young The Story of the Chinese Stone – Part 5 of 6 Postscript: The Wall of Friendship was built in October 1992.  Since then, circumstances have not allowed me to see the Chinese stone in place amongst those contributed by other ethnic communities.  I intend to visit the structure at the […]

The Story of the Chinese Stone – Part 5 of 6

As told by Katie Young The Story of the Chinese Stone – Part 4 of 6 The Chinese had a better knowledge of the work and showed much more cooperation and persistent regularity, so their labour was preferred and their numbers grew. The largest settlement was at Weldborough. which became almost entirely a Chinese village, […]