Over the years, ACCS & ACBF has attracted numerous high-profile participants, speakers, supporters, and attendees. Several of our events exceeded 200 guests.

Speakers throughout the years
Hon Julie Bishop MP,
Minister for Foreign Affairs Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party
Hon Ken Smith MP, former Speaker of the Victory Parliament, Chairman of The Australia China Friendship Group Victoria Parliament
Hon Paul Mcleay MP, Minister for Ports and Waterways, Minister for Mineral and Forest Resources, and Minister for the Illawarra as well as the Member for Heathcote in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly
Hon Bob Baldwin MP, former Shadow Minister for Defence Science, Personnel & Assisting Shadow Minister for Defence
Mr. Hu Shan, Chinese Consul General
Hon Henry Tsang MP, Parliamentary Secretary assisting the Premier and the Treasurer on Trade and Investment
Roger Mathews, Director of New Zealand Sister city Association

Hon Kevin Humphries MP, Member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, Shadow Minister for Healthy Lifestyles, Aboriginal Affairs and Shadow Minister for Western New South Wales
Hon Tony Stewart MP, Member for Bankstown in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly
Michael Sukkar MP, Assistant Minister to the Treasurer
ounselor Wang Xiaojia, the Consulate-general of China in Melbourne
Councilor Jason Wood MP former Shadow Parliamentary Secretary for Justice and Public Security

Support from Australia & China
ACCS&ACBF--CGN has received lots of official letters of support  from China central, provincial and municipal governments and associations and Australia Governments, associations and companies.
From Australian side:
Premiers or Chief Ministers of 5 out of 8 Australian States and Territories (NSW, QLD, ACT, NT, SA), for instance, Kevin Andrews MP, former Minister for Defence
Greg Hunt MP, Minister for Sport, Minister for Health, former minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, Member for Flinders
Steven Ciobo MP, Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment
Kate Carnell, CEO of ACCI
Federal Leader of Opposition
Federal Leader of the Nationals
Dozens of city councils across Australia and New Zealand National and state 'peak' industry organizations

From Chinese side:
Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the State Council
The Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries
Center of International Cooperation Service, Ministry of Agriculture, PR China
Department of Commerce of Hunan Province
Liaoning Provincial Bureau of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation
Department of Commerce of Shanxi Province
Department of Commerce of Guizhou Province
China National Light Industry Council
Beijing Municipal Commission of CommerceOver 100 key Chinese organizations
Provincial governments
United Nations Industrial Development Organization China
China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT)
China Center for International Economic Exchanges (CCIEE)
Investment Association of China (IAC)

Selected achievements

Yueqing from China signed MOU with city of Geraldton-Greenough from Western Australia to establish the sister cities relationship.

Sister School has been set up between Killarney Heights High School(NSW) and Yueqing High School in China.

Business agreements have been reached between AITA & Associates and Gansu Provincial Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Cooperation agreements for several corporations.