Australia China Alumni Association


Monthly Newsletter: Issue #97


April 2018

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April Greetings!


The ACAA started April with our 2018 Mentor Program! Mentor applications opened on April 1st and we have received a pile of applications. Find out more about our Mentor Program in the ACAA News section below.


Apart from our regular Happy Hour Drinks in Guangzhou, we  also supported the Spring Alumni Gathering hosted by the Australian Consulate General in Guangzhou, as well other alumni events hosted by our university and strategic partners.


The mentee applications will open on 1st May, please stay tuned for more news across all ACAA’s media channels.


The ACAA Team


ACAA News

ACAA Mentor Program 2018
Mentee Applications Open 1st May

The ACAA Mentor Program 2018 started in early April and the mentor applications will close tomorrow. The ACAA team is currently reviewing all of the mentor applications across a variety of industry and experience.


The mentee applications will open at the beginning of May.

The ACAA Mentor Program is an unique opportunity for both mentor and mentee.


As a mentor, there are a number of benefits of engaging with the Mentor Program. It is not training nor a social activity, it is a unique opportunity that gives the mentee a chance to step out of their day-to-day activities to plan for the future and strategize how their career goals can be achieved.


As a mentee, the ACAA Mentor Program is a way to gain knowledge and skills and boost your professional & personal development through the sharing of information and experience with a senior industry professional.


For further details, please click HERE.

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Happy Hour Drinks Guangzhou

20th April 2018




Last Friday, we hosted our monthly Happy Hour Drinks at Morton's, bringing together the Australia-China business community over a Friday beer. With an extended happy hour, a live band, and great prizes, we were delighted to see familiar and new faces gathering together for our signature after-work mixer. It was also our great pleasure to have the GDTV World Channel team join us, reporting on networking events and their influence on the Australian expat community and business referrals in general. Don't forget to join ACAA, AustCham, ACYPI, and ACYA and Australia-China network in Guangzhou next time if you missed out.


Partner News


How Businesses in China Can Significantly Benefit from Greater Gender Equality Initiatives



*By University of South Australia


Working to develop and uphold standards, and create an environment in which every woman and girl can exercise her human rights and live up to her full potential UN Women are global champions for gender equality around the world.


Addressing the UN Women China Workshop in Beijing recently, University of South Australia School of Commerce researcher, Dr Xin Deng, spoke about how businesses in China can significantly benefit from greater gender equality initiatives.


“China-specific information on gender equality in the business world is limited, and until recently, it was believed that gender initiatives in China might work differently,” Dr Deng says.


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Alumni Profile


Jeremy Cheng

University of South Australia Alumnus



*By University of South Australia


From humble beginnings, entrepreneur and generous philanthropist Dr Jeremy Cheng is now the founder and CEO (Asia Pacific) of the fastest growing company in the fragrance industry in Asia, which is also one of the top 10 fragrance houses in the world.


Dr Cheng has over 30 years' experience working in the consumer products and chemical industries. In 2003 he started his own business, Fragrance Resources, by forming a joint venture in China with a German company, Fragrance Resources GmbH. The flourishing business creates fragrances for prestigious perfume and cosmetics companies.


After managing multinational companies all over the world, Dr Cheng discusses why he chose to establish the company in China – a notoriously challenging place for any small business to thrive.


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