Australia-China Chamber of Commerce and Industry
of New South Wales




Appointment of Dr Tony Pun to the ACCCI Advisory Council


Quote from the Chamber’s President:

"Tony brings a wealth of experience and connections to the ACCCI Advisory Council and will be able to assist our work for Australia China non-government economic linkages greatly.  Chamber thanks him for his very valuable time".

Key features of the CV of Dr Anthony Pun OAM, JP, PhD, FACBS:

 Chairperson and Vice Chairperson, Ethnic Communities Council of New South Wales 1995/2003

* Participation in Chinese organisations including the following:

 Chairman - Chinese Australian Union – Chairman

* Chairman - Chinese Australian Celebrations Committee

* Honorary Chairman - Indonesian Ethnic Chinese Community Association

* Honorary Chairman - Australian Mainland Chinese Association Inc

* Chairman, Executive Committee – Australia China Culture Association

* Honorary Chairman - Australia (NSW) Guangdong Association

* Appointments include Shanghai International Culture Association 2000, Overseas Director for Australia

* Awards include:

* Medal of the Order of Australia

* Premier’s Award for Community Services

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Tony’s Photo Gallery

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Mr Gough Whitlam, former Prime Minister of Australia, with Dr Tony Pun, Chairperson Ethnic Communities Council of New South Wales, at Government House for the celebrations of the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Australia and the People's Republic of China, 2nd December 2002.

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Dr Tony Pun assists Mr Gough Whitlam, former Australian Prime Minister and architect of Australia China diplomatic relations since 1972, with Mrs Margaret Whitlam in the grounds of Government House, Sydney, 2nd December 2002.

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Dr Tony Pun and Mr Gough Whitlam inside the Sydney Town Hall for the anniversary on 2nd December 2002 of Mr Whitlam's Government's formal recognition of the People's Republic of China in December 1972.


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