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Vision Times recognize the value of community involvement and are committed to playing our part in minimizing the cultural/communication gap between the Chinese and Australian community. We are proud sponsors of local events including Sydney Royal Easter Show, Ku-ring-gai Festival on Green, Ashfield Carnival, Ryde Granny Smith Festival, Willoughby Council Emerge Festival and the Burwood Festival. We are also the only Chinese publication that ran a special series of coverage on the 2011 NSW State Election, the 2012 NSW local council election, the 2012 VIC local council election, the 2018 VIC State election, and the 2013 and 2016 Federal elections.

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2019 Carnival of Cultures

Vision China Times have been proud sponsors of the Ashfield Carnival of Cultures from 2007-2019. This colourful and popular community event is held annually at Ashfield Park to celebrate the many cultures that make up the vibrant inner-west suburbs. The event includes cultural performances, delicious food and market stalls as well as
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2019 Springvale Homemaker Centre Lunar New Year event

  The Vision China Times was contracted to host and promote the Lunar New Year event for Springvale Homemaker Centre across the weekend of 2nd and 3rd February 2019. The Lunar New Year celebrations drew a large audience from Westerners and Chinese alike. Celebration entertainment organised by Vision China Times’ events team
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2019 Cabramatta Lunar New Year

  Vision China Times are proud sponsors of the 2019 Cabramatta Lunar New Year festival. Close to 10,000 people gathered at Cabramatta’s Freedom Plaza on the weekend of 18th and 19th February to ring in the Lunar New Year and welcome the Year of the Pig. Businesses were adorned with red lanterns
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2019 Georges River Council Australia Day & Lunar New Year

  Vision China Times are proud sponsors of the 2019 Georges River Council Australia Day and Lunar New Year Festival. In 2019, Georges River Council welcomed the Year of the Pig as part of the Lunar New Year Festival which was held on Saturday 2 February 2019 from 10.00am to 5.00pm. This
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2019 Chatswood Lunar New Year

      Vision China Times were proud sponsors of the Chatswood Lunar New Year – Year of the Pig Festival in 2019.       The Willoughby Council hosted a three week long cultural celebration – Chatswood Year of the Pig Festival with a huge range of activities from 88 pig
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2019 Eastland Lunar New Year event

  Vision China Times co-hosted the 2019 Lunar New Year celebrations at Eastland, Melbourne’s affluent shopping centre, on 10 February 2019.   This large-scale celebration to welcome the Year of the Pig was held across Ringwood Town Square, the Realm Ringwood Library and Eastland Shopping Centre. For the 4th year running, this event
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2019 Kuringgai Australia Day

  Vision Times are proud sponsors of Kuringgai’s Australia Day 2010-2019. Each year, locals flock to Bicentennial Park in West Pymble for Kuringgai Council’s annual Australia Day Celebration. Taking place on 26 January, the event celebrates Australia’s heritage, history, and culture with live performances, animal encounters, amusement rides, and a Citizenship Ceremony
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2018 Victoria State Election meet and greet with candidates

  On 3 November 2018, Vision China Times Melbourne organised the 2018 VIC Election Candidates Meet and Greet for Melbourne’s Chinese community at Box Hill Townhall. This event was sponsored by a number of Australian-Chinese businesses. 11 candidates from various political parties attended to speak and answer questions for over 80 local
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2018 Granny Smith Festival

  Vision Times are proud sponsors of Ryde Council’s Granny Smith Festival from 2011-2018. The annual Granny Smith Festival celebrates the life and legacy of one of the district’s most famous citizens, Maria Ann Smith – aka Granny Smith – who, back in 1868, ‘accidentally’ grew the first batch of little green
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Australia-China relations roundtable

  On 17 September 2018, The Vision China Times hosted an informal roundtable discussion at the NSW State Library on Australia-China relations and its inadvertent impact on Australia’s Chinese community. Panelists included: Professor Rory Medcalf – Head of National Security College, ANU Mr Benjamin Chow, AO BE – Chairman of Mindax Ltd;
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2018 Burwood Festival

Vision Times are proud sponsors of the Burwood Festival in 2015, 2016 and 2018.   As one of the largest and most iconic community events in the Inner West, Burwood Festival 2018 returns with a touch of magic this year, offering a range of fun, family-friendly entertainment. This year marks the 33rd
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2018 Cabramatta Moon Festival

  Vision Times are proud sponsors of Fairfield Council’s Cabramatta Moon Festival for 2018. Colourful lion dancers, showstopping stage performances and a smorgasbord of delicious food – the Cabramatta Moon Festival celebrated its 20th year in style. More than 90,000 visitors flocked to Cabramatta and its iconic Freedom Plaza on Sunday for
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2018 Willoughby Council Emerge Festival

Vision Times are proud sponsors of Willoughby’s Emerge Festival 2013-2018. The Emerge Festival is the largest cultural and entertainment celebration on Sydney’s North Shore. The month long festival, held annually in September, features visual arts exhibitions, live entertainment, film and music performances, kids’ and youth events, cultural and community celebrations and more.
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2018 Festival On The Green

  Vision Times are proud sponsors of Festival On The Green 2007-2018 Festival on the Green is Ku-ring-gai Council’s signature event which is held on the first Sunday in May each year. On 5 May 2018, thousands of Superheros took over at St Ives Village Green for Ku-ring-gai’s premier family event. Families
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Ku-ring-gai Australia Day

Vision Times are proud sponsors of Kuringgai’s Australia Day 2010-2018 Each year, locals flock to Bicentennial Park in West Pymble for Kuringgai Council’s annual Australia Day Celebration. Taking place on 26 January, the event celebrates Australia’s heritage, history, and culture with live performances, animal encounters, amusement rides, and a Citizenship Ceremony to
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2017 Granny Smith Festival

Vision Times are proud sponsors of Granny Smith Festival 2011-2017 The Granny Smith Festival is an annual festival held in Eastwood, New South Wales, a suburb of Sydney, Australia. It began in 1985 and is now the largest annual event of its type in Sydney’s Northern District, attracting over 80,000 people each
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Willoughby Council Emerge Festival

Vision Times are proud sponsors of Willoughby’s Emerge Festival 2013-2017 The Emerge Festival is the largest cultural and entertainment celebration on Sydney’s North Shore. The month long festival, held annually in September, features visual arts exhibitions, live entertainment, film and music performances, kids’ and youth events, cultural and community celebrations and more.
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Sydney Taiwan Festival

Sydney Taiwan Festival 2017: A Cultural Extravaganza One of North Shore’s most popular events, the Sydney Taiwan Festival is celebrated as part of the Emerge Festival. Home to East Asia’s highest mountain Yushan (Mount Jade), Taiwan is situated to the east of China. Richly multicultural, the democratic nation’s unique history, marked by
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Ashfield Council Carnival of Cultures

Vision Times are proud sponsors of Ashfield’s Carnival of Cultures 2007-2018 Carnival of Cultures – a colourful community event held annually at the beautiful Ashfield Park. The event celebrates the many cultures that make up the vibrant inner west community through great cultural performances, delicious food and market stalls as well as