23rd September 09
Vice Chairman Chiu-Hing Chan announces that the Australian Chinese General Chamber of Business will be sponsoring the Queensland Police Service's Stepping out safely card.
25th August 09
The Australian Chinese General Chamber of Business signs exclusive agreement with the Australian Chinese Museum as the official representative of Queensland to produce and collect information for the museum's soon-to-be renovated 3rd floor national exhibition.
25th July 09
The Australian Chinese General Chamber of Business with the Rockhampton Chinese Association re-open Queensland's first Chinese Community Centre with 150 people attending. ACGCB organised a delegation of 13 people from Brisbane, Melbourne and Cairns to attend the historic ceremony.
24th July 09
Executives from the Australian Chinese General Chamber of Business visit the International Coal Mine Centre and Felix Resource Limited- Yarrabee Coal mine in Blackwater.
23th of July 09
ACGCB launches the first Chinese crime prevention seminar at the Central Queensland University campus, Rockhampton.
Vice Chairman Chiu-Hing Chan travels to Cairns to visit the Cairns & District Chinese Association and regional communities in Northern Queensland (Innesfail and Cooktown)
23rd June 09
The Australian Chinese General Chamber of Business in partnership with the Queensland Police Service and the Queensland Chinese Hospitality Association organises the Chinese Business Crime Prevention Seminar. The seminar covered extortion, organised crime, industrial relations, and visa 457.
19th June 09
Vice Chairman Chiu-Hing Chan wins the Suncorp Young Queenslander of the Year 2009.
29th April, 2009
:ACGCB co-organise with the QUT Chinese Student Association on the QUT Chinese Crime Prevention Seminar.
19th March 2009
ACGCB officially sign agreement with the University of Queenslands Chinese Student Association with funding their crime prevention seminars over the next 3 years, that will be organised by the Brisbane Metropolitan North Police. Department.
13th March 2009
The Australian Chinese General Chamber of Business co-organised the Victorian Bushfire charity dinner with the Malaysian and Singapore community. Over 250 people attended the function, while raising over $15,000 in one night.
28th February 2009
ACGCB donate Chinese language textbooks to the Ipswich Chinese Association, as part of the organisations strategy to boast resources in regional Queensland.
8th February 2009
ACGCB donate Chinese language textbooks to the Rockhampton Chinese Association, as part of the organisations strategy to boast resources in regional Queensland.
24th January 2009
ACGCB donate 100 Chinese lantern to the Cairns & District Chinese Associations Chinese New Year market.