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HCC Youth Leadership Sub Committee From L to R: Jeffrey Tan, Arthur Chao, Kerena Tran, Serena Tran, Hayden Wong and James Cui We recently come across this quote that 'True leaders don't create followers they create more leaders' (ref: Unknown), it is apparent that HCC is focusing on... Read more
Chinese Garden of Friendship Advisory Committee Announced TV coverageThe NSW Government recently appointed five members to the newly formed Chinese Garden of Friendship advisory committee. Providing independent advice on the long-term planning and strategic management of the Chinese... Read more
In response to the News.com.au article 'Why Chinese Centres of Australian Cities are Changing'; Simon Chan, President of Haymarket Chamber of Commerce, wishes to make a number of correction and clarification to the article 'Chinatowns in Australia are dying' published in news.com.au... Read more
MEDIA RELEASE 26 JULY 2017 Chinatown Sydney Historical Walking Tour now available on izi.TRAVEL. app. Exploring Chinatown Sydney and the Haymarket area has never been a more exciting and rewarding experience. The Haymarket Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce it’s... Read more
HCC NEW EC 2017 / 18From front L to R: Linda McCreath, Honorary Member George Wing Kee, HCC President Simon Chan, HCC VP Jessie Xiao, Honorary Member Peter Wong, Aaron Stathi, HCC Treasurer Peter Bannister, HCC Secretary Richard Hughes, Public Officer Jonathon Wong, Anthony Keirann, Karen Soo... Read more
HCC Welcomes Novotel Sydney Central as a New SponsorHCC is very pleased to welcome Novotel Sydney Central as a new HCC Sponsor for 2017/18. As one of the leading boutique hotels in Haymarket, Novotel Sydney Central is located on Thomas Street only 5 minutes from Central Station, alongside The... Read more
Sushi SuccessTalking of innovative local Haymarket businesses, HCC enjoyed a special Winter Networking evening and pre-launch of our HCC Vice President Jessie Xiao's new venue Umi Sushi and Sake Bar. With almost 70 guests, thank you to our many attendees / members who provided us with their... Read more
Small Agile Businesses There are millions of small businesses in Australia who represent almost half of Australia's workforce -- having almost become the backbone of our economy (acknowledged in the recent Federal budget), let us recognise our SMEs' strength, awareness and agility. that... Read more
MARKET OF GOLD LIGHTS Raining Gold Along Dixon Street Thursday 8 June - Sunday 18 June 2017 Illuminating the heart of Chinatown with 72 gold coin light installations throughout south Dixon Street trees, Market of Lights 2017 will rain animated lights of gold coins during 10 magical... Read more
The end of the 457 (or is it?)Article courtesy if Abacus Visa ImmigrationFor a more comprehensive list of changes to the 457 visa, the new TSS visa and their impact on visa applicants and employers, read the Newsflash here.Our string of past reports (in December 2013, March 2015,... Read more
HCC Christnas Celebrations & Networking Wed 30 Nov 2016 Join us at our annual Christmas networking to celebrate 2016 and an enjoy a generous evening at the new and exciting Bangaroo. With only 5 weeks to go, celebrate the end of the year with delicious canapes, drinks... Read more
Australia’s first Asian co-working space launches in ChinatownSupport for expansion into Asia is Haymarket HQ's point of difference as Sydney;s first Chinatown co-working space. The 650sq m space in the heart of Chinatown at 63 Dixon Street, launched on Tuesday and ... Read more
HCC's 10th Anniversary Celebration HighlightsOfficial HCC 10th Anniversary Video Thank you to our Guests of Honour The Hon. Gladys Berejiklian, MP Jodi McKay and Lord Mayor Clover Moore for celebrating with our HCC Executive team and 160 guests at our landmark 10th Anniversary... Read more
HCC EC 2016/17From L to R: front row: Linda McCreath, George Wing Kee, Simon Chan, Karen Soo, Richard Hughes, Back row from L to R: Peter Wong, Aaron Stathi, Jonathon Wong, Stephen Wan, Peter Bannister, , Vaughn de Vocht, Ryan Tian, Grace Shen and Anthony Keirann. Brad Chan and Jessie Xiao... Read more
HCC's 10th Anniversary Event2016 marks HCC's 10th Anniversary a landmark year for HCC and Haymarket's 3000 businesses and 16,000 residents. HCC continues to grow year by year thanks to the tremendous volunteer leadership of our HCC Executive team, HCC Members, HCC sponsors; City of Sydney,... Read more
Market of Lights 2016Dixon StreetProudly brought to you by HCC and City of SydneyThe arrival of 38 fiery Monkey Light Scultpures along Dixon Street Haymarket were warmly welcomed by over 100,000 visitors during its 10 day long stay in June 2016.Photography: Aaron Stathi As a... Read more
HCC Night of Lights 30 May 2016 Our networking Night of Lights event on the Monday night was kindly hosted by Events Cinema Gold Class and attracted over 70 guests, offered a private Gold Class screening of Monkey King 2 and a few lucky guest s caught a glimpse of Jodie Forster. HCC... Read more
Red-Fire Monkey Light Sculptures Launches in HaymarketDIXON STREETFriday 3 – Sunday 12 June 2016 Market of Lights 2016 launches in south Dixon Street on the evening of Friday 3 June illuminating the heart of Chinatown with 38 tree loving Red-fire Monkey Light Sculptures.... Read more
Haymarket businesses on board for free adviceFind out more HERE Small business owners can take advantage of free professional advice from industry experts when the Small Biz Bus pulls into Haymarket next month.Operated by the Office of the NSW Small Business Commissioner, the Small Biz Bus... Read more
The business community in Haymarket is well represented by groups engaged in retail and personal services, tourist, cultural and leisure, professional and business services, finance and financial services, and food and drink.
Haymarket Chinatown is a great place to live in, work, trade, even visit for tourists’ behalf. Being part of such community is a delightful experience; whether you’re a resident or a tourist since Haymarket Chamber of Commerce guarantees the welfare of everyone.
Be amazed as you uncover the rich culture of Haymarket Chinatown .With number of tourist destinations that tell the community’s history, you’ll be filled with relevant facts as you visit and stroll around the place. In fact, Haymarket Chinatown welcomes 2.5 million tourists per annum to experience the diversity on offer.