CWA 2021-2022 Annual Report

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Chung Wah Association Inc. Annual Report 2021 - 2022

Home of The Chinese Community The Chung Wah Association Inc. - Annual Report 2021 -2022 Contents 目录 Organisation Structure 组织结构 1 President’s Message 会长致辞 4 Honorary Secretary’s Report 秘书长报告 6 Subcommittee and Group Reports 分部报告 10 • Chung Wah Community Care 中华社区服务 10 • Chung Wah Chinese School 中华中文学校管委会 13
Chung Wah Cultural Development and Activities 文化与活动发展部 15 • Chung Wah Historical Group 历史组 20
Chung Wah Women’s Subcommittee 妇女部 21
Chung Wah Youth Subcommittee 青年部 21 Financial Summary 财务总结 22 Independent Auditor’s Declaration 独立审计师声明 30 Independent Auditor’s Report 独立审计报告 31 Our Vision 我们的理念 Through promoting harmony, preserving our heritage, and practicing humanity, we serve as the bridge between the Chinese community and mainstream society. 凝聚融合 • 文化传承 • 人道关怀 Our Mission 我们的使命 To service, and uphold the interests and welfare of, the Chinese community in Western Australia by promoting our culture, speaking up on our views, and dealing with social issues affecting our community. 通过推广中华文化,发出华人声音, 和关注民生问 题,来服务和维护 华人社会的利益和福利。

Organisation Structure

Executive Committee

2021/2022 Chung Wah Executive Committee Members

Front (L/R) Kemei SHAO (Honorary Treasurer),Jen Nie CHONG (Honorary Secretary) , Yudy KODRATJAYA (Senior Vice President), Ting CHEN (President), Jiping ZOU (Vice President), Jeffrey CHA.

Back (L/R) Ben LIM, Swee Guan PEH, Yang HE (Assistant Treasurer), Lifang WU (Michael). Absent Defeng HUANG, Liangli LI (Michael), Cong MA

Chung Wah Executive Committee Members as at 30 June 2022:

President Ting CHEN 会长 陈挺

Senior Vice President Yudy KODRATJAYA 高级副会长 许俊豪 Vice President Jiping ZOU 副会长 邹纪平

Honorary Secretary Jen Nie CHONG 秘书长 张娟妮

Assistant Secretary Liangli LI (Michael) 副秘书长 李良励

Honorary Treasurer Kemei SHAO 财长 邵克美 Assistant Treasurer Yang HE 副财政 贺洋 Committee Members Beng LIM (Ben) 理事成员 林民耀 Cong MA 马聪 Jeffrey CHA 查绍翰 Lifang WU (Michael) 吴立方 Defeng HUANG 黄德丰 Swee Guan PEH (Co-opted on 22.02.2022) 彭瑞源(2022年2月22日成为理事)

Council of Elders 元老会

Chairperson Dr Bob TAN 主席 陈振发

Secretary Esther CHANG 秘书 郑婉婉

Trustees James CHONG 信托人 张仕煌 Han Pin KHEW 邱漢賓

Members Bill TEH 成员 郑乾坤

Dr Yit Seng YOW 饶逸生 Grace LIM 林亞蘭 Leek Kia Leonard KHO 許歷仔 Trinh QUACH 洪淑贞 Zhi CHEN 陈志

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组织结构
Members 理事会成员

Chung Wah

Team 中华会馆办公室行政人员

Project Co-ordinator and Administration Lesley WONG 项目协调兼行政人员 黄小娟

Senior Finance and Administration Officer Abbie CHEN 高级财务兼行政人员 陈薇

Finance and Administration Officer Tracy LIM 财务行政人员 林菊儿

Honorary Administrator Doreen CHIN 荣誉行政主任 陈清灵

IT Support Beng LIM (Ben) IT技术支援 林民耀

Chief Editor Jeffrey CHA 主编 查绍翰 Executive Editor Carl ONG 执行编辑 汪德泉 Communications Officer Carl ONG 传讯官 汪德泉

Manager

Projector

陈奴奴

Eileen YONG 高级主管 容敏慧

Amar VARSANI 服务质量监察 Amar VARSANI

2 | The Chung Wah Association Inc. - Annual Report 2021-2022 Home of The Chinese Community Chung Wah Community Care 中华社区服务中心 Independent Board of Management 独立委员会 Chairperson Esther CHANG 主席 郑婉婉 Secretary Jeff HUGHES 秘书 Jeff HUGHES Treasurer Thomas GOH 财长 吴立政 Board Members Ann HUTCHESON 委员 Ann HUTCHESON Paula GEVERS Paula GEVERS Ting CHEN 陈挺 Liangli LI (Michael) 李良励 Chung Wah Community Care Administration Team 中华社区服务中心行政人员 Chief Executive Officer Theresa KWOK JP 行政总裁 郭郑素雯 太平绅士 Manager – Financial / HR & Administration John FOLAN 财务/人事/行政经理 John FOLAN Manager – IT / Systems Chong-Yee ONG IT/系统/经理 王忠义 Manager – Consumer Service / NDIS / HCP Nunu CHEN 业务经理-家居服务
– CHSP / IHP / WHS / Agency
Officer / Quality Enhancement
Association Administration

Sub-Committee

Cultural Development and Activities

Chinese Cultural Dance Dragon and Lion Dance Troupe Chinese Orchestra Line Dancing New Vogue Cantonese Opera Choir Table Tennis Taichi

文化与活动发展组 舞蹈团 龙狮团 华乐团 排排舞 新时尚 粤剧社 合唱团 乒乓球 太极班

Women’s Subcommittee Youth Subcommittee Historical Group 妇女部 青年部 历史组

Jen Nie CHONG

Jen Nie CHONG Ben LIM Teresa TAN Doreen CHIN Leonard KHO Annie WONG Trinh QUACH Kemei SHAO ChangDai HE

张娟妮 张娟妮 林民耀 王慧兰 陈清灵 許歷仔 黄淑君 洪淑贞 邵克美 何常带

Jiping ZOU Liangli LI (Michael) Kaylene POON 邹纪平 李良励 邝彩玲

Chairperson

中华学校管委会主席

Dr. Hua LI 李华 Principal CWCS Perth and Atwell 珀斯校和爱德校区校长

Secretary 中华学校管委会秘书 Regina LAM 林翠妤 Deputy Principal CWCS Morley 摩利校区副校长

Committee Members 中华学校管委会委员

Emily TAN-EMERY 陈水玉 Principal CWCS Morley 摩利校区校长 Luisa CHOU 周如贞 Principal CWCS Leeming 黎明校区校长 Dr. Xuanli MA 马烜历 Principal CWCS Rossmoyne 乐思校区校长 Chin-Hua WANG 王静华 Deputy Principal CWCS Leeming 黎明校区副校长 Yudy KODRATJAYA 许俊豪 SMC Morley Chairperson 摩利校区校务管委会主席 Ting CHEN 陈挺 President CWA 中华会馆 会长 Jen Nie CHONG 张娟妮 Honorary Secretary CWA 中华会馆 秘书长

Chung

Rossmoyne

Rossmoyne

@chungwah.org.au

6148

MA 马烜历 principal.rossmoyne @chungwah.org.au

Perth

90 Roberts Road Subiaco WA 6008

Hua LI 李华 principal.perth @chungwah.org.au

Atwell

201 Brenchley Dr Atwell WA 6164

Hua LI 李华 principal.atwell @chungwah.org.au

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and Groups 中华会馆附属委员会和活动组
Chung Wah Chinese School Council 中华中文学校管委会
Contact Details 联系方式 Chung Wah Association Head Office 中华会馆办公室 Address: 128 James Street, Northbridge WA 6003 Postal: PO Box 73, Northbridge WA 6865 Phone: 08 9328 8657 Email: chungwah@chungwah.org.au Chung Wah Community Care 中华社区与长者服务 Northbridge Hub 北桥办公室 Balcatta Hub 巴卡达中心 Willetton Hub 威乐顿中心 1/98 Lake Street, Northbridge WA 6003 18 Radalj Place, Balcatta WA 6021 58 Burrendah Blvd, Willetton WA 6155 08 9328 3988 08 9440 0265 08 9328 3988 Email: enquiry@chungwahcac.org.au
Wah Chinese School 中华中文学校 Leeming 黎明校区 Aulberry Parade Leeming WA 6149 Luisa CHOU 周如真 principal.leeming @chungwah.org.au Morley 摩利校区 Bramwell Road Noranda WA 6062 Emily TAN-EMERY 陈水玉 principal.morley
乐思校区 1 Keith Road
WA
Xuanli
珀斯校区
爱德校区

Home of The Chinese Community President’s Message

Dear Members,

This past year marks a return to normality in the post-COVID world. The Chung Wah Association kickstarted the year with the 2022 Perth Chinese New Year Fair. It was one of the first large-scale community events the state government approved. We are very grateful for the support from the community and our sponsors.

The Office of Multicultural interests (OMI) granted a Community Capital Works Fund of $150,000 for the improvement works on Chung Wah Hall at James street and $80,000 for Chung Wah Cultural Centre at Balcatta. More details will be included in Issue 53 of the Chung Wah Magazine. The renovation works are scheduled to be concluded shortly. We greatly appreciate the kind support from OMI on this.

In May 2022, Chung Wah received an election promise of $1.75 million in funding for an elected Labour Government. The funding comes on top of the $5 million secured before the re-election of the McGowan Government in 2021. Chung Wah Association is grateful for its support. It will enable Chung Wah to purchase and build a fit-forpurpose community centre in the Tangney area to benefit members and the wider community. The announcement was made by Sam LIM, Labour candidate for Tangney on 15 May 2022. We would like to thank Sam LIM MP and express our congratulations to him for being the first Chinese member of the House of Representatives from Western Australia.

The National Trust of Western Australia contacted Chung Wah for assistance in putting together the ‘Beneath the Bitumen Exhibition’. Chung Wah Association established a special task force to work on this exhibition, which was well received by the general public. The Chinese community generously fundraised for the conservation of the jacket found around a Chinese person during the excavation of the East Perth Pioneer Cemetary. Chung Wah Association took the lead on this project that preserved the historical artefacts of the community and is now on exhibition at the National Archive of Australia.

Chung Wah Association had the great pleasure of hosting the Ambassador of China to Australia, his excellency Mr Qian XIAO, on his visit to Western

Australia. Chung Wah organised a community forum with all local Chinese community leaders. Mr Qian XIAO was introduced to the history and heritage of the Chung Wah Association. He was impressed with the great work that has been achieved and expressed his gratitude for the efforts of the Chung Wah Association in maintaining the community spirit and Chinese culture overseas.

The Chung Wah Autumn Centre project has been endorsed as a DGR (Deductible Gift Recipient) and can now receive tax-deductible donations. The Autumn Centre Board of Management is now working on fundraising as much as possible to start the construction of the building. Chung Wah Association fully supports this very special charity project. We would also like to express our appreciation to all who have made donations and look forward to future contributions from our members.

Through the State Heritage Grants stream, part of the Heritage Council Grants Program, 32 heritage owners received funding to undertake conservation and heritage planning works. Chung Wah Association received $8,140 on a 50:50 funding basis to update the Chung Wah Hall’s Conservation Management Plan. We appreciate the support from the Western Australia State Government for the financial assistance provided to conserve this important heritage site.

I would like to express my gratitude for the support of the Executive Committee members, members of the Council of Elders, staff and volunteers who work tirelessly to achieve the goals of the projects. Thank you to Murdoch University, Norton Gold Fields Pty Ltd and Global Lithium Resources for their continual sponsorships.

As the peak body of the Chinese community, Chung Wah Association will continue working with other Chinese associations to build social cohesion and celebrate cultural diversity. We wish you well, and the best of health and look forward to meeting everyone in our exciting activities.

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设施,另外8万澳元用在巴卡达中心。更多的有关细节

2022年5月,我们很荣幸获得联邦工党竞选承诺 175万澳元。这笔资金加在从2021年麦高文政府竞选 连任承诺的500万澳元,使中华会馆能够在Tangney 选区购地和建造一个多用途的社区中心,让会员和更 广泛的社区受益。联邦工党的承诺由Tangney选区候 选人林文清在2022年5月15日宣布。我们感谢林文清 议员,并对他成为第一位来自西澳的华裔国会议员表 示衷心的祝贺。

西澳国民信托局邀请中华会馆协助在东珀斯墓园 举办 “沥青之下“东珀斯先驱坟地华人文物展览。中华会 馆成立一个专门工作组协助筹备。这个展会受到公众的 好评。由中华会馆牵头展开筹款,华人社区为在东珀斯 华人先驱墓地挖掘过程中发现的一件夹克进行保存工 作慷慨解囊。现在这些历史文物在澳大利亚国家档案 展厅展出。

中华会馆很高兴接待中国驻澳大利亚大使肖千 先生阁下访问西澳。我和理事会主持了由所有当地华 人社区领袖组成的社区论坛。肖千先生获悉中华会馆 的历史及传承。他对我们的卓越工作和成果印象深 刻,并对中华会馆在维护海外社区精神和中华文化方

筑秋园全力进行多项筹款活动。中华会馆全力支持这 个非常特殊的慈善项目。我们感谢所有已经捐款的慷 慨人士,并期待更多会员的贡献。

通过西澳洲政府文化遗产管委会的资助计划,32 名文化遗产业主成功获得资金进行规划和保护他们 物业的工作。中华会馆在一对一的基础上获得资助 8,140澳元用于更新中华礼堂建筑的保存管理计划。 我们要感谢西澳洲政府为保护这个重要的文化遗产建 筑物的支持和赞助。感谢莫道克大学、诺顿金田有限 公司和环球锂业的赞助。

我诚挚感谢理事会成员、元老会、工作人员和志 愿者无私的支持,为实现上述目标的不懈努力。

作为华人社区的最权威机构,中华会馆将继续与 其他华人社团合作,建立社会凝聚力并庆祝文化多样 性。我祝您们身体健康,万事如意,并期待在我们即 将到来的激动人心的活动中与大家见面。

5中华会馆 21/22 年度报告 | 会长的话 亲爱的会员们 过去的一年标志着新冠流感后世界回归常态。中 华会馆以2022 年度珀斯中华新年文化节为新 的一年拉开序幕。它是州政府批准的首批大型社区活 动之一。我们非常感谢社区和各个赞助机构的支持。 西澳洲政府通过多元文化部授予中华会馆社区基 本工程资金。其15万澳元用于改进和装修北桥礼堂的
将在第53期《中华之声》报道。中华的基本工程项目即 将于近期完成。我们十分感谢多元文化部的鼎力支持。
面所做的努力表示感谢。 中华秋园已经成功获得批准可以接受扣税捐款, 现在可以接受免税的捐赠。秋园董事会正在为启动建
陈挺博士 会长

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Honorary Secretary’s Report

The Chung Wah administration team continues to support the Chung Wah Executive Committee, Council of Elders, Chung Wah members and the Chinese community.

We have one full time staff Lesley WONG and two parttime staff Tracy LIM and Shereen OH at the Chung Wah Office, also supported by Doreen CHIN, Honorary Administrator, Ben LIM, IT Support and Michael WU, Membership Systems Support. The Chung Wah office is often the first point of contact for community queries, support and requests for cultural activities.

Membership

As at 30 June 2022, Chung Wah had 1,767 financial memberships, inclusive of Ordinary, Provisional, Life, Associate Members and their spouses. We welcome new members to join the Chung Wah family.

The main events held in the last financial year include:

18/07/2021 Chung Wah Choir Concert

Events

The pandemic continued to have an impact on events organised by Chung Wah, with the WA interstate and international borders easing on the day of the Perth Chinese New Year Fair. Despite this, the fair was well attended by the Perth community.

Chung Wah Cultural Centre, Balcatta

Chung Wah Cultural Centre, Balcatta 25-26/09/2021 & 17/10/2021 Western Australian Chinese Guzheng Festival 2021 UWA, MLC

18/09/2021 Chung Wah Chinese School Mid-Autumn Festival Concert

21/10/2021 Chung Wah Annual General Meeting (adjourned from 16 October)

1-4/02/2022 Chung Wah Community Care 10 th Year Longevity Luncheon

06/02/2022 Perth Chinese New Year Fair

12/02/2022 Chung Wah Chinese New Year Ball

09/04/2022 Chung Wah Hall Open Day (Perth Heritage Weekend)

21/05/2022 Chung Wah Volunteer Induction Workshop and Afternoon Tea

Chung Wah Cultural Centre, Balcatta

Chung Wah Cultural Centre Balcatta

Perth Cultural Centre and WA Museum

Pan Pacific Hotel

Chung Wah Hall, Nortbridge

Chung Wah Hall, Nortbridge

A total of $219,890 in grants was received during the financial year to deliver the following projects.

29/10/2021 City of Perth Sponsorship - Perth Chinese New Year Fair 2022

16/12/2021 Lotterywest Event Grant - Perth Chinese New Year Fair 2022

25/01/2022 OMI Community Celebration Fund - Perth Chinese New Year Fair 2022

11/05/2022 Volunteering WA - Chung Wah Volunteer Induction Workshop and Afternoon Tea

23/06/2022 Chung Wah Chinese School Community Language 2022

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Facilities

The Chung Wah office is responsible for organising maintenance of the Chung Wah properties, which includes the Hall in Northbridge and the Cultural Centre in Balcatta as well as the rental restaurants downstairs of Chung Wah Hall.

The renovations funded by the Community Capital works fund provided by the West Australian government were completed at Chung Wah hall, with only the toilet renovations left to be done at the Chung Wah Cultural Centre in Balcatta. The Cultural Centre in Balcatta has been popular for community hirers.

Chung Wah Magazine and Media

The Chung Wah bi-lingual Magazine is published quarterly in a digital format, with some printed copies still available. There is also a regular e-bulletin that is sent to Chung Wah members. Carl ONG, editor of the Chung Wah magazine, maintains the Chung Wah website and social media, as well as assisting with other graphic design for Chung Wah. His invaluable contributions are greatly appreciated.

Chung Wah applied for and was granted a Heritage Rates Concession from the City of Perth as a heritage listed building for Chung Wah Hall in James street, Northbridge. The Chung Wah Hall has been included in the Local Heritage Survey which lists places of cultural heritage significance within the City of Perth. We are in the process of updating the conservation plan for the Chung Wah hall which will assist in the preservation of the building.

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Thank you to our hard-working office administration and accounts staff and dedicated volunteers.

黄小娟 和两名兼 职员工林菊儿 和胡贤俐,并得到名誉行政主任 陈清灵 女士、IT技术 支持林民耀和会员系统支持的吴立方的 支持。中华会馆办公室一直是社区咨询、支持和文化 活动要求的第一站。

会员资格

活动

及其配偶。

名正

新冠流感的传播继续对中华会馆组织的活动产生 影响。尽管西澳州际和国际边界在珀斯中华新年文化 节当天开放,新年活动还是有很多的社区积极参与。 本财政年度举办的主要活动包括: 18/07/2021 中华合唱团音乐会 中华文化中心,巴卡达 18/09/2021 中华学校中秋音乐会 中华文化中心,巴卡达 25-26/09/2021 & 17/10/2021 2021西澳中国古筝节 西澳大学, MLC 21/10/2021 中华会馆会度会员大会(10 月 16 日续会) 中华文化中心,巴卡达

中华文化中心,巴卡达 06/02/2022 珀斯中华新年文化节

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截至 2022
6 月 30 日,中华会馆拥有 1,767
式会员,包括普通会员、临时会员、终身会员、准会员
我们欢迎新成员加入中华会馆大家庭。
1-4/02/2022 中华社区关怀中心十周年长寿午宴
珀斯文化中心和西澳博物馆 12/02/2022 中华新年舞会 泛太平洋酒店 09/04/2022 中华会馆开放日(珀斯历史遗产周) 中华会馆,北桥 21/05/2022 中华会馆义工培训及下午茶 中华会馆,北桥 本财政年度收到了总计219,890澳元的捐赠款,用于支付以下项目。 29/10/2021 珀斯市政府赞助 - 2022珀斯中华新年文化节 16/12/2021 西澳彩票局活动补助金 - 2022珀斯中华新年文化节 25/01/2022 多元文化办公室社区庆典基金 - 2022珀斯中华新年文化节 11/05/2022 西澳志愿者-中华会馆志愿者培训及下午茶 23/06/2022 2022中华会馆中文学校社区语文

双语杂志《中华之声》每季以电子版出版,部分印 刷版仍可供使用,还有定期发送给中华会馆会员的电 子公告。《中华之声》杂志的编辑汪德泉负责维护中 华会馆德网站和社交媒体,并协助中华会馆的其他平 面设计。非常感谢他的宝贵贡献。

9中华会馆 21/22 年度报告 | 设施 中华会馆办公室负责组织维护中华会馆产业,包 括北桥的礼堂和巴卡达的文化中心,以及中华会馆礼 堂楼下的出租餐厅。 由西澳政府提供的社区资本工程基金资助的北桥 中华会馆礼堂内的整修工作已经完成,巴卡达的中华 文化中心的厕所改造工作尚待完成。巴卡达的中华文 化中心深受社区租用者的欢迎。 中华会馆成功申请并获得了珀斯市的历史遗产优 惠税, 由于詹姆斯街的中华会馆礼堂已被列入历史遗 产建筑。中华会馆礼堂也被列入地方政府历史遗产民 意调查名单。该名单列出了珀斯市内具有文化遗产意 义的地方。我们正在为保存中华会馆会所建筑物更新 中华礼堂的保护计划。 《中华之声》杂志及媒体
感谢我们辛勤工作的办公室行政和财务人员以及 敬业的志愿者。 张娟妮, 秘书长

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Chung Wah Community Care | Branching Together

The past year has been the 38th anniversary of Chung Wah Community Care, providing support for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to live independently in their community. Over the years, our organisation has grown jointly with our community, branching together and working towards building a welcoming and inclusive community to empower our seniors and other clients to live better lives.

This year, we officially announced our new name and rebranding as “Chung Wah Community Care ( Chung Wah CC).” Aligned with our mission, “A Better Community for All”, we will expand our reach by providing high-quality care and support to more community members. Through collaboration and connection, we, Chung Wah CC, branch various communities, young and old, to support each other and create a better community for all.

Evergreen College

Focussing on individual client’s care needs, Chung Wah CC’s Evergreen College is a unique hub-based feature with great benefits for its participants. We are innovating ways to deliver our exercise class and brain games into our consumer’s homes. At Chung Wah CC, we are committed to promoting lifelong learning and development in our clients and encouraging them to participate in activities and fill their lives with new experiences.

Our Services

Despite the numerous challenges and changes in the aged care and disability sector and COVID-19’s significant impact, our strong team of staff (over 130), sharing similar convictions and passion, once again demonstrated their perseverance and adaptability to changes. They continuously deliver quality professional care for all our clients, which is clearly evidenced by the expansion of our service.

We have delivered a series of government-funded community care programs to more than 900 consumers in the Perth metro area in the past year. Most of our customers are from Chinese, Vietnamese, and other Asian communities, and over 95% do not speak English. However, Chung Wah CC has experienced growth in the provision of services to customers from the wider community.

Our customers are mainly ongoing and new care recipients or primary carers assisted under Home Care Packages (HCP), Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP), WA Home and Community Care Program (HACC), and National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

The Aged and Community Care industry has experienced tremendous change in the last years, significantly impacting us as service providers and recipients of government funding.

Our Chung Wah CC Board- governance

In the past year, under the direction of our Board of Management, a series of measures have been adopted, including strategies, business plans, work structures, and staff training to adapt to the new requirements and changes with a view to the longterm sustainability of our services. Underpinning all the changes is upholding consumer rights and delivering a person-centered approach for a quality and safe service in compliance with the industry standards and requirements.

Training

Training is essential to equip our employees and volunteers with updated community and aged care knowledge and skills. Staff, support workers, and volunteers are continuously encouraged to attend inhouse and external work-related training to ensure they can deliver quality work at the front line of working with individual customers.

Our efforts in promoting “A Better Community for All” and delivering customer-centered care have also been acknowledged by the continuous growth in volunteer development. To date, Chung Wah CC has 216 registered volunteers who are actively involved and helping in various CC activities.

Chung Wah CC would also like to take this opportunity to express our sincere gratitude for the support of the Chung Wah Executive Committee, President Ting CHEN and our Board of Management, our staff, volunteers, and all our consumers throughout the past year. If not for your belief in building “A Better Community for All” together, we would not be able to achieve such an excellent result.

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多的社区人士提供高质量的服务。 通过合作与联系, 我们的服务在年轻和长者的社区里,开枝散叶,相互 支持,为大家创建美好社区。

长青学院

在社区中心,中华长青学院因其为参与者提供全 方位的益处而备受欢迎。目前,我们正在推进长青学 院进家庭,让顾客在家中也可以参加健身有益和脑力 游戏等项目。中华社区及长者服务认同并致力于推广 顾客的终身学习和发展,同时,鼓励他们积极参与各 种活动,体会不同的人生新经验。

我们的服务

面对养老和残障行业的巨大挑战及Covid-19的影 响,我们的员工团队(超过130人)拥有相同的信念和热 情,他们再次展示了面对变化的坚持和适应能力。我们 持续扩大的顾客规模就是员工们提供专业的高水准服 务的最好证明。

在过去一年中,我们持续地为超过900位来自多元文 化背景 的客户提供一系列由政府资助的社区服务项目, 范围覆盖珀斯整个都市区。我们绝大多数的客户来自华 人、越南及其他亚洲社区,超过95%来自非英语背景。与 此同时,我们也一直为来自其他社区的客户提供服务。.

这其中,大部分的客户及其主要照顾人使用的是熊猫 亚裔长者服务项目(Home Care Package),联邦政府居家 支持计划(Commonwealth Home Support Programme), 西澳家庭及社区服务项目(WA HACC)以及国家残障保险 计划(National Disability Insurance Scheme)

长者及社区服务行业在过去的一年发生了的巨大的 变化,我们作为社区及长者服务的提供机构及政府资助 的接受者也不可避免的受到了影响。

我们的管理委员会 - 机构管理

为了适应新环境,在 过去的一年,在管理委员会 (BoM)的领导下,我们制定 了一系列的措施,包括策略, 计划,结构重组及员工培训等, 以适应公司长期发展的需。所有的 改变都是以强调顾客权并提供顾客为 中心的服务模式为目标。

培训

培训不仅可以让我们的员工获得有关的知识和技 巧,这同样也适用于义工。所以,我们一直鼓励员工和 义工参加内部和外部的工作相关培训,以保证他们可以 在前线为顾客提供好的服务。

在发展义工的过程中,我们一直推广“为大家打造 更美好的社区”愿景及提供以人为本的服务。目前为止, 我们一共有注册义工216位,他们积极活跃在我们的各 项活动中。

籍此机会,中华社区服务向中华理事会,陈挺会 长,我们的管理委员会,全体员工、义工及所有顾客表 示真诚的感谢,感谢大家在过去一年里的支持。如果没 有大家对“为大家打造更美好社区”愿景的认同,我们不 可能取得这样的好成绩。

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Chung Wah Radio Program 中华广东话广播

Providing the Chung Wah Radio Program is our means to reach out and engage with non-English speaking people in Western Australia. Last year, our Cantonese radio continued to be available at 10.00am every Saturday through 6EBA FM95.3, providing community information, sharing stories, enhancing health and wellbeing. Most importantly, non-English speaking people feel connected with the Australian Community through listening to our radio. We also welcome feedback and continue to work collaboratively with audiences to understand their needs.

Just like all Community Care programs and services, volunteers play an important role in our radio programme too. They are the pillars of the program. Up until now, we have built a team of nearly 20 bilingual volunteers who actively participate in the running of our radio programme, such as news collecting, editing, script writing and broadcasting. We are working hard to make sure every session is aired on time. In the past year, every program session was on time.

You can listen to our radio programs at the following channels: The Cantonese program: FM95.3 (every Saturday, 10.00am ~ 11.00am )

With all the paperwork done and having renewed the Development Approval and Building Permit for another two years until January 2024, time is running out for the Chung Wah Autumn Centre Board of Management. They have been working hard on strategies to raise as much funds as possible to at least get the project started. Some Fundraising Appeal emails were sent to some potential donors with some positive feedback. The Fundraising Appeal letter was also published in the Chung Wah Magazine in English and Chinese, thanks to Carl ONG and the Magazine publishing team. The publication of the Appeal Letter has helped raised greater awareness and understanding of the project, especially among the members. In July 2021, thanks to Trinh QUACH, who headed and organised the Chung Wah Choir Charity Concert, about $172,000 was raised.

There will be a Fundraising New Year’s Eve Dinner and Dance to be held on 31 December 2022. Thanks to Board member, Treasurer Leonard KHO, for organising the event.

Thank you to all the Board members for their support, and many thanks to Board member, Michael WU, for the Chinese translation of the email version of the Fundraising Appeal letter. A very special thank you to Board member, Jen Nie CHONG, Secretary of Chung Wah Autumn Centre, who had been of tremendous help to me these past seven years.

提供广播节目是我们与西澳大利亚 州非英语人士接触和互动的手段。去年, 每周六的上午10点钟,我们的粤语广播都 通过6EBA FM95.3频道播出,来提供社区 信息,分享故事,增强健康和福祉。最重 要的是,通过收听我们的电台节目,广大 非英语背景人士感觉到与澳大利亚社区 建立联系。

同时,我们聆听听众的反馈并继续与 受众合作,以了解他们的需求。

就像所有CAC其他服务一样,义工也 在我们的广播节目中发挥着重要作用。他 们是该计划的支柱。到目前为止,我们已 经建立了一支由近20名双语志愿者组成 的团队,他们积极参与我们广播的运行, 如新闻采集,编辑,剧本编写和广播等。

我们正在努力确保每次会议都按时 播出。在过去一年中,每个项目会议都准 时进行。您可以在以下的频道和时间段收 听我们的节目: 广东话:FM95.3(每周六上午10点钟至11点)

秋园董事会完成了所有的有关文件, 并将开发批准和建筑许可证在续期两年 直到2024年1月。时间有限,董事会一直 在努力制定策略以筹募尽可能多的资金 来启动秋园项目。

筹款呼吁信已经通过电邮发送给一 些潜在的捐助人士,并获得了一些积极的 反馈。感谢汪德泉和中华之声出版团队将 中英文版筹款呼吁信发表在中华之声。 呼吁信的发布有助于提高尤其是会员对 秋园项目的认识和理解。感谢洪淑贞在 2021年7月间主办了中华合唱团慈善音乐

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会,为秋园筹集了约172,000澳元。 筹款除夕晚宴和舞会将于2022年12月 31日举行。感谢董事会成员、财务主管 許 歷仔 组织此次活动。 感谢董事会成员吴立方将筹款呼吁 电子邮件翻译中文。非常感谢董事会秘 书长张娟妮,她在过去的七年里给予我 很大的帮助。 陈清灵 中华秋园管委会主席 Chung Wah Autumn Centre Inc. 中华秋园

Chung Wah Chinese School

Chung Wah Chinese School (CWCS) has five campuses. The campuses located in the south of the river are Leeming, Rossmoyne as well as Atwell; and the other two campuses are in Morley and Perth. Due to Perth Modern being unavailable for lease on a Saturday morning, lessons at the Perth campus are held in the afternoon, at a different time from the other four campuses. CWCS offers Chinese language teaching/learning from playgroup, prekindy, kindy, pre-primary, Year 1 to 12, HSK, WACE program and adult classes. At the end of term two, the total number of students enrolments for 2022 was 956. In addition to Chinese language, CWCS also offers extra-curricular activities in arts and crafts, Chinese cultural dance, Chinese musical instruments, Chinese singing, Chinese chess, diablo, drama, calligraphy, painting and drawing, sketching, abacus, performance arts, table tennis, badminton, and martial arts to supplement language learning and promote culture and sports.

Due to the pandemic, most of the teachers’ professional development was held online. However, CWCS was able to organise a professional development day that catered to all teaching staff of the five campuses prior to the start of the new year on 29 January 2022. Teachers and Principals attended a Professional Learning Program organised by Community Languages WA, as well as the Chinese Teachers Association WA (CLTAWA) throughout the year.

On 19 September 2021, all campuses participated in the Mid-Autumn Festival at Chung Wah Cultural Centre. Each school also celebrated Chinese New Year and the Dragon Boat Festival within their school community. CWCS was also involved in the Perth Chinese New Year Fair on 14 February 2022. CWCS students also achieved excellent results in off-campus Chinese talent competitions. The

events were the ‘My World’ Writing and Speaking competition, hosted by CLTAWA, poetry readings and the 2021 ‘CCCA’ speech competition.

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Chung Wah Chinese Schools switched from face-to-face to online classes during term 1 week 6 to week 10. This change, together with the uncertainty and increasing number of COVID-19 cases in the community, caused over 60 students to withdraw from CWCS.

All CWCS staff attended a celebration dinner at the end of 2021 and five teachers received a Teacher of the Year Award.

2021 Teachers of the Year

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Leeming Ching Hua WANG Morley
Monica Xiao Hui ZENG Perth Hua CHEN
Rossmoyne Xiao Ming RAO Atwell Jingjing MA
Dr Hua Li Chairperson - Chung Wah Chinese School Council
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午,除珀斯校校区因为租约问题,其上课时间为周六下 午。截至2022年上半年,学生总人数为956人。各校也 根据自身特点开设了舞蹈、美术、手工、书法、表演、扯

教师专业培训

虽然由于疫情原因,在2020-21年面授讲座形式培 训减少,但学校仍然于2022年开学前举办了五校老师 联合培训。学校教职工也在一年中参加了由西澳社区 语言(多元文化办公室)、教育部及中文教师协会及其 他培训机构的多次网上培训及少量面授培训。李华校 长,黎明副校长王静华和黎明田欣老师七月份参加了 澳大利亚全澳中文教师协会年会。

2022年第一学期第六到第九周改为网课。疫情导致近 六十学生退学。

年度教师奖

年底,五所学校所有员工聚结一起庆祝2021取得 的成就,五位老师荣获2021年度教师奖。

2021

2021年,中华中文学校中秋节联合庆祝晚会,于九 月十八日在中华文化活动中心恢复正常举行,来自五 校区的学生们欢聚在一起共庆中秋佳节。各校师生还 在各自的校园里以不同方式庆祝了中国新年和端午 节。同时学校也响应会馆号召,积极参加了2022年珀 斯中华新年文化节的演出和展示活动。

中华中文学校学生也积极参加校外中文及才艺竞 赛,并获得了优秀成绩。2021年至今,学生参加的校外

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校内外中文及中华文化活动
中文及中国文化活动及比赛有西澳中文教师协会“我 的世界”主题中文作文比赛、CCCA杯西澳中文朗读比 赛 2021、中国华文教育基金会首届海外华裔青少年绘 画比赛等。 新冠肺炎病毒的影响及应对 由于新冠病毒带来的影响和不确定因素,各校于
年度杰出教师奖 黎明 摩利 珀斯 乐思 爱德 王静华 曾晓辉 陈华 饶晓明 马菁菁 中华中文学校理事会主席 李华博士 中华中文学校现有五所分校,分别为南部的黎 明、乐思和爱德学校及北部的摩利和珀斯学校。各校 于星期六为不同地区学生提供从幼儿班至十二年级 的中文课程,并在不同校区开设低幼班、汉语水平考 试班、高考班及成人班。各校区上课时间均为周六上
铃、羽毛球、武术等文化兴趣班, 以提高学生对中文的 应用能力和对中华文化的了解。 中华珀斯二年级表演《这个公园真热闹》 陈校长教学生包粽子(摩利) 讲故事比赛(黎明) 中华中文学校年度报告

Chung Wah Cultural Activities

The Chung Wah Cultural groups have been going from strength to strength. The ever popular Lion dance team have been improving their skills in overseas training and are in high demand for their performances and our Chung Wah Orchestra has been organising the Guzheng Festival. Over the past year, there have been more opportunities for chinese cultural performances. Members have also returned with enthusiasm to participate in the weekly activities.

The Lion Dance team, Chinese Cultural Dance group and Chinese Orchestra all joined together to perform at the Stockland Shopping Centre in Bull Creek, Riverton and Harrisdale, Livingston Marketplace in Canning Vale, and Victoria Park Central Shopping Centres. The activities were held over five days of the 2022 Chinese New Year period. We also organised calligraphers, chinese face painting, lantern making, red packet crafts, roving characters such as God of Fortune and filled red packets for these events. All these events had additional COVID guidelines to keep everyone safe. Thank you very much to Tracy LIM, our Chung Wah admin and accounts staff for assisting to co-ordinate the chinese new year celebrations at the shopping centres.

Our Lion Dance team, Chinese Cultural Dance group, Chinese Orchestra, Choir and Cantonese Opera group performed at the Perth Chinese New Year Fair. The Lion Dance group and Chinese Cultural Dance group also performed at the Chung Wah Chinese New Year Ball. Our Chinese Cultural dancers, chinese orchestra, lion dance team and Women’s sub-committee were due to perform at the Perth Festival opening, but it was cancelled at the last minute due to COVID restrictions.

Thank you to all the Chung Wah Cultural group leaders and members for all their hard work over the past year.

Dragon and Lion Dance

Ben LIM

As the pandemic continues to kick into the year 2021 – 2022, this has not stopped Chung Wah Dragon and Lion Dance from continuing their training and performances. Of course, we did everything right to look after our troupe members and as well as following the state government COVID-19 restrictions. We have received lots of positive feedback from our existing and new clients for all our performances, which has resulted in bookings for the 2023 Lunar New Year.

Our team goal is to continue to perform traditional dragon and lion dances locally and anywhere within Western Australia regions such as Broome, Kalgoorlie, Northam, and so on. With the news of world dragon and lion activities resuming, nine team members will be traveling to Malaysia in September 2022 for advanced high pole training. The team is on the right track for the 2022 – 2023 goals.

Chinese Cultural Dance Jen Nie CHONG

The Chung Wah Dance group practises every Saturday afternoon at the Chung Wah Hall, Northbridge, with Min Zhu as the dance teacher/ choreographer. The group currently has 15 dancers. Members persevered doing classes during the pandemic, by wearing face masks and social distancing. Each two hour class consists of warm up, technique and choreography.

Performances during the year included: Perth Chinese New Year Fair, Chung Wah Chinese New Year Ball at Joondalup Resort, Chinese New Year Shopping Centre performances, Mid-Week Eats at

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Riverton Leisureplex and the Amana Living Staff Awards Ball at Crown. Dancers also assisted to be roving characters for Chinese New Year.

One of our dancers, Judy CHU filmed a short documentary on our dance group. Entitled ‘Sisters’, it was about eight women from different backgrounds coming together because of their love for dancing. Anyone who has a love for dancing, is welcome to join our class.

Chinese Orchestra

Teresa TAN

Music Director: Teresa TAN

Instrument Instructors: Cherry FU, Robin LUO, Audrey FANG , Yong Ai LOW, Mina Mao, Shutong LIU and Regina LAM

COVID-19 has been affecting the orchestra’s normal operation this year. Currently we have 23 members in the orchestra and 16 students in instrument classes. We have been promoting on Facebook, Instagram and Wechat.

New Vogue Group

Leonard KHO

The Chung Wah New Vogue Dance is coordinated by two groups of volunteers. They are Leonard KHO and Dong assisted by Evelyn CHIEW and Jessica respectively. The activity is held every Sunday from 1.30pm to 3.30pm.

The Second WA Chinese Guzheng FestivalFolk Music Concert was successfully held on 26 September 2021 at Hadley Hall at MLC and the Grand ensemble was held on 17 October 2021 at Confucius Institute at UWA. The co-organisers were Confucius Institute of UWA, Methodist Ladies’ College, HuaXing Art Group, Zing Music Studio and WA Guzheng Ensemble. Other participating schools were Christ Church Grammar School, Oberthur Primary School and Chung Wah Chinese School Leeming. We are proudly sponsored by AZ Invest Perth. There were about 113 players and 1,000 spectators in total. We raised $2,108 to donate to Breast Cancer Research Centre - WA.

We did a short video clip with Director Dean for his documentary in November 2021. We also did performances at Where Oceans Meet Charity Concert, World Music Cafe and Chinese New Year celebrations around Perth. We are planning for the Third WA Chinese Guzheng Festival in October 2022.

New Vogue dancing is based on a sequence of dance steps with a partner. Everyone is welcome to join the activity which is fun and provides healthy exercise for seniors. We collect $6 per person as entrance fee to join this activity. All collections are used to support the maintenance of Chung Wah Balcatta Cultural Centre.

During this financial year we have not organised any big functions due COVID-19 except for a Christmas in July dance and afternoon tea.

Line Dancing

Doreen CHIN

Since Chung Wah Line Dancing started in 2004, the activity is still going strong with many of the dancers, who joined the activity at the Balcatta Cultural Hall many years ago, still attending the weekend classes. It is a very proactive group, with occasional, sometimes impromptu jamming sessions, where dancers were encouraged to dress up. Recently Chung Wah line dancers celebrated the Mid-Autumn Festival by eating mooncakes and some were dressed in traditional Chinese clothes for the occasion.

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I would like to thank current Chung Wah line dancers for their many years of support, and in particular the many volunteers who assisted to keep the activity going during the COVID pandemic period. The dancers were supportive and understanding, especially by putting up with the strict rules to keep each other safe.

My grateful thanks to these special volunteers - Line Dancing Teacher, Lay Choo WONG, Phuong Hue QUACH and Lucy LEWIS - who gave their time to help me while I was busy with other tasks, especially with my Chung Wah Autumn Centre Short Term Respite Care project.

Due to surging COVID-19 numbers in WA earlier in 2022, the Chung Wah Choir weekly practices were halted for two months from March to May. Choir practices resumed in May, though the number of attendees dropped to around twenty people per session. With the daily confirmed COVID cases slowly declining, we are sure our regular members will gradually return.

Table Tennis Maya FANG

The Chung Wah Table Tennis Group continued its weekly regular activity this year. While players’ interest might slightly be affected by the recurring pandemic, the table tennis group carried on its weekly activity while adhering to COVID-19 safety measures, ensuring participating players practised within a safe environment. It is hoped that the government of Western Australia will continue with the good pandemic measures and the Chung Wah Table Tennis Group will become more energetic when the situation is back to normal.

On 18 July 2021, Choir Leader, Trinh QUACH, organised a charitable Concert raising funds for the Chung Wah Autumn Centre. The two hour long concert was held at the Chung Wah Cultural Centre in Balcatta and a total of $171,240 was raised. The choir participated in a Chinese New Year Celebration for overseas chinese, on 22 January 2022, organised by the Hua Xing Arts group. They performed two songs outdoors at the Optus Stadium, with the Mu Lan dance troupe. Clips were sent to CCTV, which was broadcasted all over the world. At the Perth Chinese New Year Fair, the Chung Wah Choir performed two finale songs for the Multicutural Concert at the Perth Museum City Room.

Cantonese Opera

Annie WONG

The Chung Wah Cantonese Opera Group is organised by Ms Annie WONG . There are currently eight members in the group, practising every Wednesday at the Chung Wah Hall, Northbridge. The group performed at the Perth Chinese New Year Fair in 2022.

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Bull Creek、Riverton 和 Harrisdale 的 Stockland 购 物中心、Canning Vale 的 Livingston Marketplace 和 Victoria Park Central 购物中心演出。这些活动 在 2022年五天的华人新年期间举行。我们还组织了 书法、中国脸谱、灯笼制作、红包工艺品、扮演财神 爷向这些活动派发红包。所有这些活动都遵循特别 的COVID指南,以确保每个人的安全。非常感谢林菊 儿,我们的中华行政和财务人员在购物中心协助协 调的华人新年庆祝活动。

我们的舞狮队、中国文化舞蹈团、华乐团、合唱团 和粤剧团在珀斯中华新年文化节上表演。舞狮团和 中国文化舞蹈团也在中华新春舞会上表演。我们的 中国文化舞团、华乐团、舞狮队和妇女组原定在珀斯 音乐节开幕式上表演,但由于COVID限制,在最后一 刻取消了。

感谢所有中华会馆文化团体领导和成员在过去 一年的辛勤工作。

中华龙狮团 - 林民耀 2021年至2022年,虽然疫情持续蔓延,中华舞龙 舞狮并没有停止他们的训练和表演。当然,我们尽一 切努力照顾我们的队员,并遵守州政府的COVID-19 限制规定。我们的所有表演都收到了现有和新客户 的许多积极反馈,也使2023年农历新年的预订火 爆。我们团队的目标是继续在当地和西澳大利亚地 区的任何地方表演传统的舞龙舞狮,例如布鲁姆、卡

中华舞蹈团 - 张娟妮

习,朱敏担任舞蹈老师/编舞。该团目前有15名舞者。 在新冠流感期间,团员们通过戴口罩和保持社交距 离坚持上课。每两个小时的课程包括热身、技巧和舞 蹈。

年内的表演包括:珀斯中华文化节、Joondalup 度假村的中华农历新年舞会、中华新年购物中心 表演、Riverton活动中心的周中美食和Crown的 Amana Living Staff Awards Ball。舞者也成为华人新 年的亮丽风景线。

我们的舞者,朱盈洁,为舞蹈团拍摄了一部短片。 名为“姐妹”,大约有八位来自不同背景的女性因为对 舞蹈的热爱而聚在一起。 欢迎任何热爱舞蹈的人加 入我们的课堂。

中华华乐团 王慧兰

音乐总监: 王慧兰 乐器指导: 付彦昕, 羅世鑫, 方一诺 , 刘咏愛, 毛毓敏, 刘姝 彤, 林翠妤

今年以来,COVID-19一直在影响乐团的正常运 作。目前我们乐团有23名成员,乐器班有16名学生。我

18 | The Chung Wah Association Inc. - Annual Report 2021-2022 Home of The Chinese Community 中华文化团体活动 - 张娟妮 中华文化团体不断壮大。人气火爆的舞狮队在海 外训练中不断提升技巧,社区对他们的表演的 需求量很大,而我们中华会馆华乐团一直在组织古筝 节。在过去的一年里,中国文化表演的机会越来越多。 会员们也热情回归,参与每周的活动。 舞狮队、中华文化舞蹈团和华乐团齐聚一堂,在
尔古利、诺瑟姆等。随着世界龙狮活动的恢复,9名 队员将于2022年9月前往马来西亚进行高杆训练。该 团队正朝着2022 - 2023年的目标迈进。
中华舞蹈团每周六下午在北桥中华会馆礼堂练
们一直在脸书、IG和微信上进行宣传。 2021年9月26日,第二届西澳中国古筝节——民 乐音乐会在MLC哈德利音乐厅成功举办,2021年10月 17日在西澳大学孔子学院举行大合奏演出。协办单 位为西澳大学孔子学院、卫理公会女子学院、华星艺 术团、Zing音乐室和西澳古筝乐团。其他参与的学校 包括基督堂文法学校、欧柏小学和中华会馆黎明中 文学校。我们很荣幸得到 AZ Invest Perth 的赞助。 总共有大约113名演奏员和1000名观众。我们筹集了 2,108 美元捐赠给了西澳乳腺癌研究中心。

2021 年 11 月,我们与 Dean 导演合作为他的纪 录片制作了一个短视频。我们还在Where Oceans Meet慈善音乐会、世界音乐咖啡馆和珀斯周边的中 国新年庆祝活动中进行了表演。我们计划在 2022 年 10 月举办第三届西澳中国古筝节。

新时尚 - 許歷仔

中华新时尚舞由两组志愿者协调。他们分别是由 Evelyn Chiew 和 Jessica 协助的 許歷仔 和 Dong。 该活动于每周日下午1.30至3.30举行。

新时尚舞蹈是基于与舞伴的一系列舞步。欢迎大 家踊跃参与为老年人提供健康锻炼的乐趣的活动, 我们收取每人6澳元作为参加此活动的入场费。所有 收到款项均用于支持中华巴尔卡塔文化中心的维护 工作。在本财政年度中,除了 7 月的圣诞节舞会和下 午茶之外,由于 COVID-19,我们没有组织任何大型 活动。

排排舞 - 陈清灵

中华会馆排舞团自2004年开始以来,活动依然 火爆,许多多年前在巴尔卡塔文化中心参加活动的 舞蹈爱好者仍在参加周末课程。这是一个非常积极 主动的团体,偶尔会举行舞者精心装扮的即兴表演。

的普通会员将逐渐回归。

2021年7月18日,合唱团领队洪淑贞为中华秋园 中心举办慈善音乐会筹款。这场长达两小时的音乐 会在 Balcatta 的中华文化中心举行,共筹得 171,240 澳元。合唱团于2022年1月22日参加了由华星艺术团 组织的华侨华人新年庆祝活动。他们在Optus体育场 与木兰舞团一起在户外表演了两首歌曲。剪辑被发 送到中央电视台,在世界各地播出。在珀斯中华文化 节上,合唱团在珀斯博物馆城市厅为多文化音乐会演 奏了两首压轴歌曲。

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近日,排舞团团员以吃月饼来庆祝中秋节,有的还身 着中华传统服饰。 我要感谢现任中华会馆排舞团团员多年来的支 持,特别是在COVID大流行期间协助保持活动的许 多志愿者。舞团团员们表示支持和理解,特别是通过 遵守严格的规则来保证彼此的安全。 感谢这些特别的志愿者 - 排排舞导师, Lay Choo WONG, Phuong Hue QUACH 和 Lucy LEWIS - 他 们在我忙于其他任务时给予我帮助,特别是在我的 中华秋园中心短期暂托护理项目中. 中华合唱团 - 洪淑贞 合唱团教练兼总监:周勇军先生 合唱团钢琴家:王慧兰 由于2022年初西澳COVID-19人数激增,中华会 馆合唱团的每周练习从3月到5月暂停了两个月。合唱 练习于5月恢复,但参加者人数降至每次约20人。随 着每日确诊的COVID病例缓慢下降,我们确信我们
乒乓球活动组 - 方芸 乒乓球组今年的活动一直保持每周开放一次的 状态,虽然疫情有反复,影响了一些会员来参与活动 的热情,但乒乓球组坚持每周开放,并遵守疫情期间 的安全措施,保证了愿意来参加活动的会员们有一 个安全的练习场所。希望西澳的疫情防控能够保持 良好的状态,乒乓球组的活动也会恢复常态并且越 来越充满活力! 粤剧 - 黄淑君 中华粤剧团由黄淑君女士筹办。该团目前有八名 成员,每周三在北桥中华会馆大楼练习。粤剧团在 2022年珀斯中华新年文化节上演出。

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Chung Wah Association Historical Group

- Kaylene POON 邝彩玲

The annual Heritage Perth Weekend in April saw Chung Wah open its doors on a Saturday, however the change did not result in greater visitation numbers. Next year the event will be over the month, so hopefully activities will be spread more evenly.

The one major project this year involved the Chinese burials exhumed from East Perth Pioneer Cemetery over the past two years. The Chinese community were instrumental in preserving a jacket, which was found around a Chinese person, which dates back to the 1890s. The National Trust enlisted the assistance of the Association to develop an audio tour for visitors, as well as provide design layout and Chinese text for an exhibition curated by the Trust entitled ‘Beneath the Bitumen’. After a short display at the Cemetery in June the exhibition was moved to the National Archives in Northbridge until the end of October. As a result of this collaboration I have been presenting talks, as well as conducting research to uncover more about the burials.

There is a steady stream of inquiries relating to family history and Kaylene presented several talks, as well as a new Northbridge walking tour entitled ‘Champions and Chameleons’ about some of the early Chinese in Northbridge.

The Association is undertaking a review of the Conservation Plan for the James Street Hall as the existing plan is now over 20 years old.

Whilst interest has been expressed to join the group there is an urgent need to tackle the backlog of photographs, documents and ephemera in the collection. Some computer experience would be required for these roles.

A new project seeking volunteers to assist, is to research the history of Chinese restaurants in WA. This is a long-term project with assistance required to conduct interviews in English and/or Chinese, as well as spending time at the State Library going through old newspapers, etc. No special skills required but an interest in people and history.

With COVID related restrictions easing there has been interest in school visits to the James Street Hall resuming, so we are keen for more volunteers who can impart their knowledge of Chinese culture, such as use of the abacus, chopsticks, Chinese chess, tai chi to name a few.

If you feel you can spare some time and would like to be involved in any of these pursuits, please contact the CWA Office for further information.

4月的一年一度的珀斯历史遗产周,中华会馆开 放日设在周六,不过这一变化并没有带来更多的参观 人数。明年的活动将为期一个月,希望能够扩展更多 活动。

今年的一个重大项目涉及过去两年从东珀斯先驱 公墓挖掘出的华人墓葬。从中发现的华人的夹克文物 在华人社区的存在可以追溯到1890年代方面在发挥 了重要作用。国民信托在中华会馆的协助下,为参观 者开发了语音导览,并为信托策划的题为“沥青之下” 的展览提供设计布局和中文文本。6月在公墓短暂展 出后,展览被移至北桥的国家档案馆,直到10月底。

由于这次合作,我一直在进行演讲,并进行研究以发 现更多关于墓葬的信息。

有关家族史的询问源源不断,邝彩玲 进行了几次会 谈,以及一个新的北桥徒步旅行,题为“冠军和变色龙”, 讲述北桥的一些早期华人的历史故事。

中华会馆正在对詹姆斯街会馆礼堂的保护计划 进行审查,因为现有计划已超过 20 年。

虽然有些人已经表达了加入该小组的兴趣,但我 们迫切需要解决收藏中照片、和文件等的积压问题。 这些任务需要一些有计算机经验的人参与。

一个寻求志愿者协助的新项目是研究西澳中餐 馆的历史。这是一个长期项目,需要协助进行英文 和/或中文采访,以及花时间在国家图书馆翻阅旧报 纸等。不需要特殊技能,但需要对人和历史感兴趣。

随着COVID相关限制的放宽,学校的人对恢复到 詹姆斯街中华会馆礼堂参观感兴趣,所以我们渴望 更多的志愿者能够传授他们对中国文化的知识,例如 使用算盘、筷子、中国象棋、太极拳等。

如果您觉得您可以抽出一些时间并希望参与其 中任何一项活动,请联系中华会馆办公室以获取更 多信息。

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Women’s Subcommittee

The Womens Subcommittee conducts social activities every Saturday from 11.00am to 1.30pm. Since March 2021, we have engaged a wonderful teacher, Ms. Min Zhu to teach several beautiful dances. Now this group’s focus and purpose is to improve the group’s dancing skills and produce quality dances for community events and celebrations. After more than a year’s training by a professional dancing teacher, our quality of dances has earned this team a good reputation and has attracted more women to join in.

This year the Chung Wah Women Subcommittee have participated in these community and cultural events:

1. Chung Wah Chinese New Year Fair: we participated in the afternoon cultural show and some of our members also joined Chung Wah Dance Group to perform in the evening multicultural concert.

2. Australia Day Multicultural Dance performance jointly organised by Chung Wah and Chinese Dance Australia.

3. In January and February this year we performed cultural dances for the City of Canning for Chinese New Year celebrations and Seniors Week and for the Amherst Village community centre, organised by the Multicultural Community Council of WA.

4. In April this year, we performed some dances to support Mr Sam LIM in his election campaign.

The Chung Wah Womens Subcommittee will continue to take part in and support all community events and functions organised by the Chung Wah Association, local government and other community organisations.

Jiping ZOU

Youth Subcommittee

In 2021 the Chung Wah Youth Group continued their weekly badminton program for the remainder of the calendar year. At the same time, they organised more joint networking events with the Western Australia Chinese Chamber of Commerce (WACCC).

Despite travel restrictions and inconveniences caused by the pandemic, generally it had been a good year for most of the youth we talked to. The job market was good for young people to advance their career. Many had the option to work from home, and with the extra time on their hands, some took on more self-learning too, to plan for the future.

In 2022, the CWA Youth Group will carry on the weekly badminton program and the joint networking events with the WACCC. We look forward to more of the younger generation joining and engaging with us.

中华妇女部年度报告

妇女部每周六11点至1点半在会馆开展 文化社交活动。我们继续聘请专业舞蹈老 师朱敏来指导,为提高舞蹈组整体素质, 以期为社区的文化活动奉献有质量的舞 蹈。经过一年多的专业老师培训,我们的 团队素质有了飞跃性的提高。团队的质量 提高了也吸引了更多一些妇女来参与我 们的活动。今年中华妇女部参加了下列社 区文化活动:

1. 中华新年文化节:我们参与了文化节下 午在北桥文化中心的文艺表演,部分成 员还参与了中华舞蹈团晚上的多元文化 晚会的表演。

2. 参与了由中华会馆和澳大利亚中国舞蹈 团联合举办的澳大利亚日多元文化舞蹈 大汇演。

3. 受邀参与不同的多元文化活动来弘扬 中华文化:去年12月参与了City of Can ning组织的长者周活动并组织老年舞 蹈队表演了多个节目,还有该市政厅组 织的今年二月中国新年庆祝活动。1月 26号澳洲国庆日当天还参与了西澳多 元文化社区委员会组织的一个社区庆 祝活动。

4. 今年四月为支持林文清警官竞选澳洲国 会议员,我们也为他的竞选活动提供了两 支舞蹈。

中华妇女部将继续积极参与并支持由 会馆、政府和各个社区团体组织的各种社 区文化活动。

中华青年部

2021年,中华青年组继续了 我们每周一次的羽毛球锻炼。 同时,中华青年组和西澳中华 总商会在不同的场所组织了更 多的联合交流活动,其中一次 在北桥酒店举行了啤酒品尝活 动。

尽管有旅行限制和病毒造 成的一些生活上的不便,总的来 说,这一年对我们大多数年轻人,是 一个不错的年份。由于就业市场很好, 给与了年轻人们提供机会促进他们的职业发 展。有的年轻人可以选择在家工作,因此有了更多额外 的时间。其中一些利用这个机会开始自学新的技能,为 未来做计划。

今年2022年,中华青年组将继续开展每周一次 的羽毛球活动,并与西澳中华总商会联合举办交流活 动。我们期待着更多的年轻一代加入我们,与我们一 起努力。

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Financial Summary – Honorary Treasurer’s Report

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increase of 22% compared to the 2021 surplus of $785,430. The good performance of Chung Wah Association is foremost due to the government’s support for Chung Wah Association and the efforts of all members and

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increase of 16 percent compared to the previous year’s $11,842,045. Revenue growth

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Analysis on Statement of Profit or Loss Statement

Revenue

The overall revenue of the Chung Wah Association was $13,721,054, while the Chung Wah Community Care (CWCC) revenue for the financial year was $12,341,667, accounting for 90 percent of the Chung Wah Association’s total revenue. The increase in CWCC’s revenue was mainly due to business expansion, cost savings and more welfare revenue from the government-funded system.

Revenue from association services rose more than 3 percent this year to $761,404. This is mainly attributable to the government’s funding for

some capital works of the Association, and the increase of the income from each cultural group of the Association. Fundraising activities and social sponsorship also contributed to the increase in income.

Chung Wah Chinese school saw a 10 percent drop in revenue from last year to just $617,983. The loss of students due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the need for investment in two new schools are the direct reasons for the decline in income.

Income Surplus

Chung Wah Association posted an operating surplus of $955,194, an increase of 22 per cent compared to the 2021 annual surplus of $785,430.

CWCC’s surplus this year was $845,408, a 26 per cent increase from the previous year’s surplus of $672,316. The continuous growth of CWCC’s earnings is inseparable from a leadership team with advanced management concepts and a harmonious and enterprising team.

Association Services has turned a profit this year, from a deficit of $7,061 compared to last year to a surplus of $75,638 this year. It’s a welcome turnaround. Although the membership income

and rental income have not increased much, the government’s grant for capital works of the Association and the cultural activity income of the Chung Wah cultural groups have also increased significantly, especially our lion dance team, which has become a very strong influential team in Western Australia.

Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic this year, Chung Wah Chinese schools recorded a surplus of $34,148 only, a decrease of 72% compared to last year’s surplus of $120,175. The decrease in student numbers has directly led to a reduction in government funding, while investment in new schools has increased spending.

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Cash and Cash Equivalents

As of June 30, 2022, CWCC had total cash and cash equivalents of $6,477,848, representing 80% of Chung Wah Association’s total cash and cash equivalents of $8,064,809. Cash and cash equivalents at CWCC and Association Services are down 16% and 14% respectively, but Chinese schools are up 46% this year.

Net Assets

Property, plant and equipment

The Association Services main assets are land and buildings in James Street and Balcatta. The Chinese schools main assets are computers, office equipment and storage. The CWCW assets are motor vehicles used for transporting clients, office equipment, fixtures and fittings.

As of 30 June 2022, Chung Wah Association had total net assets of $13,836,034, an increase of 7% from last year’s $12,880,840.

I would like to thank John FOLAN, CWCC Senior Manager (Finance/HR/Admin), Lesley WONG, Project Co-ordinator and Administration Officer and Tracy LIM, Administration and Accounts Officer for their hard work and assistance throughout the year.

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截至2022年6月30日止年度,中华会馆的营运盈余为$955,194澳元,与2021年盈余的$785,730澳元相比增长 了22%。中华会馆的良好表现首先是得益于政府对中华会馆的支持以及全体会员及各事业部管理团队的努力。

整个中华会馆收入为$13,721,054澳元,比上年的$11,842,045澳元增长16%。收入增长可归因于多种因素。良 好的CAC养老管理体系,政府资助及福利的增加,社团文化活动收入的增加,服务成本的降低。

中华的净资产稳步增长,而现金和现金等价物今年下降了 13%。

综合损益表分析

收入

整个中华会馆的收入为$13,721,054澳元,而中华 社区服务本财年的收入为$12,341,667澳元,占中华会 馆总收入的90%。中华社区服务的收入增加主要是由 于业务扩张,开源节流和更多来自政府资助系统的福 利收入。

协会服务的收入今年增长了3%以上,达到 $761,404澳元。这主要得益于政府对会馆一些基建项 目的拨款、会馆各文化发展组的文化活动收入的增加, 筹款活动和社会赞助也为收入的增加做出了贡献。

中华中文学校的收入较去年减少了10%,仅为 $617,983澳元。疫情导致的生源流失以及两所新学校 的投资需求是收入减少的直接原因。

收入盈余

中华会馆的营运盈余为$955,194元,与2021的年 盈余$785,430澳元相比,增加了22%。

中华社区服务 今年的盈余为$845,408澳元,比 上一年盈余的$672,316澳元的增加了26%。CWCC盈 余的持续增长离不开一个拥有先进的管理理念的领 导班子和和谐进取的团队。

协会服务今年扭亏为盈,从与去年的$7,061澳元 的赤字过度到今年的$75,638澳元盈余.这是一个可喜 的转变。虽然会员收入和租金收入并没有增加多少, 但政府对会馆基础设施建设的资助,会馆各分社团的 文化活动收入也有了明显的增加尤其是我们的舞狮 队,已成为一支在西澳非常有影响力的团队。

今年华校因疫情影响,录得盈余$34,148澳元, 与去年的盈余$120,175澳元相比,减少了72%。生源流 失直接导致了政府资助的减少,而对新学校的投资也 加大了支出。

净资产

25中华会馆 21/22 年度报告 | 财务报告 2021 - 2022年度(总结) 中华会馆年内的主要活动是为会员及社区提供福利服务、教育、文化及社会活动。
资产负债和利润表分析 现金及现金等价物 截至2022年6月30日,中华社区服务 的现金和现 金等价物总额为6,477,848澳元,占中华会馆总现金 和现金等价物8,064,809澳元的80%。中华社区服务 和 中华会馆 的现金和现金等价物分别下降了16%和 14%,但中华中文学校今年增长了46%。
物业,厂房及设备 协会服务的主要资产是 James Street .和 Balcatta 的土地和建筑物。中华中文学校的主要资产是计算机、 办公设备和仓库。中华社区服务资产是用于运输客户、 办公设备、固定装置和配件的机动车辆。 截至2022年6月30日,中华会馆的净资产总额为 $13,836,034澳元,较去年的$12,880,840澳元增加了7%。 我在这里要感谢中华社区服务部的财务/人力资源和行政经理 John FOLAN、财务行政人员黄小娟和林菊 儿的辛勤工作和帮助。 邵克美 , 财长

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Statement of Profit or Loss and other Comprehensive Income

For the year ended 30 June 2022

Note 2022 $ 2021 $

Revenue 4 13,721,054 11,842,045

Employee benefits expenses 4 (9,154,502) (8,018,335)

Depreciation and amortisation expenses (250,495) (267,400)

Administrative expenses (1,060,606) (585,606)

Rental expenses (195,850) (109,141)

Other expenses (2,104,407) (2,076,133)

(12,765,860) (11,056,615)

Surplus before income tax 955,194 785,430

Income tax expenses

Surplus for the year 955,194 785,430

Total comprehensive income for the year 955,194 785,430

The above

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Statement of Profit or Loss and Other Comprehensive Income is to be read in conjunction with the accompanying notes. The full General Purpose Financial Report for 30 June 2022, is available on request.

Statement of Financial Position

As at 30

2021

Current

Cash

Total

and other receivables

assets

Non-Current

Right-of-Use

plant and

Total

TOTAL

Current

Trade and

Non-current

8,064,809 9,219,118

83,396 123,471

625,031 1,138,237

8,773,236 10,480,826

498,898 561,260

7,398,841 6,819,251

7,897,739 7,380,511

16,670,975 17,861,337

998,009 3,127,311

235,558 278,704

808,690 733,372

67,549 65,582

2,109,806 4,204,969

466,901 517,782

258,234 257,746

725,135 775,528

2,834,941 4,980,497

13,836,034 12,880,840

Reserves

4,732,214 4,732,214

9,103,820 8,148,626

13,836,034 12,880,840

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$ ASSETS
Assets
and cash equivalents 5
Trade
6
Other
7
Current Assets
Assets
assets 8
Property,
equipment 9
Non-current Assets
ASSETS
LIABILITIES
Liabilities
other payables 10
Other liabilities 11
Provision 12
Lease liabilities 8
Total Current Liabilities
Liabilities Lease liabilities 8
Provision 12
Total Non-current Liabilities
TOTAL LIABILITIES
NET ASSETS
EQUITY
13
Retained surplus 14
TOTAL EQUITY
The above Statement of Financial Position is to be read in conjunction with the accompanying notes.

Home of The Chinese Community

Statement of Changes of Equity

For the year ended 30 June 2022

Reserve Retained Surplus Total $ $ $

Balance at 1 July 2020 4,168,392 7,363,196 11,531,588

Surplus for the year 785,430 785,430

Total comprehensive income for the year 785,430 785,430

Revaluation of properties 563,822 563,822

Balance at 30 June 2021 4,732,214 8,148,626 12,880,840

Reserve Retained Surplus Total $ $ $

Balance at 1 July 2021 4,732,214 8,148,626 12,880,840

Surplus for the year 955,194 955,194

Total comprehensive income for the year - 955,194 955,194

Balance at 30 June 2022 4,732,214 9,103,820 13,836,034

The above Statement of Changes in Equity is to be read in conjunction with the accompanying notes.

Statement of Cash Flows

For the year ended 30 June 2022 Note 2022 $ 2021 $

Cash flows from operating activities

Receipt from member subscriptions 33,698 36,963 Receipt from rental 169,217 186,374 Receipts from various activities 8,260,865 6,668,552 Receipts from government funding for schools and school fees 597,837 680,462 Receipts from government funding for welfare services 4,515,676 4,315,002 Interest income received 17,364 36,229

Payments to clients, suppliers and employees (13,981,243) (10,456,903)

Net cash flows (used in)/from operating activities

Cash flows from investing activities

(386,586) 1,466,679

Proceeds from disposal of property, plant & equipment 76,332

Purchase of property, plant & equipment (767,723) (336,496)

Net cash flows (used in)/from investing activities (767,723) (260,164)

Net increase/(decrease) in cash and cash equivalents (1,154,309) 1,206,515

Cash and cash equivalents at beginning year 9,219,118 8,012,603

Cash and cash equivalents at end year

The above Statement of Cash Flows is to be read in conjunction with the accompanying notes.

8,064,809 9,219,118

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Auditor’s Declaration sharon@beyondaudit.com.au

Beyond Audit

Chong Peng Leong (Sharon Leong)

Registered Company Auditor No 342131

FCPA | HKICPA sharon@beyondaudit.com.au

AUDITOR'S INDEPENDENCE DECLARATION

To

CHONG PENG LEONG

REGISTERED COMPANY

Perth WA Date: 17 September

CHONG PENG

Registered

CHONG PENG

CHONG PENG

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LEONG Registered Company Auditor No. 342131 | FCPA | HKICPA Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standard Legislation
LEONG
Company Auditor No: 342131 | FCPA | HKICPA Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standard Legislation
TO THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE CHUNG WAH ASSOCIATION INC.
the Executive Committee of The Chung Wah Association Inc. In relation to the independent audit for the year ended 30 June 2022, to the best of my knowledge and belief there have been: (i) No contraventions of the auditor independence requirements of the Associations Incorporation Act 2015; and (ii) No contraventions of any applicable code of professional conduct.
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Beyond Audit

Chong Peng Leong (Sharon Leong)

Registered Company Auditor No 342131 FCPA | HKICPA sharon@beyondaudit.com.au

Opinion

We have audited the accompanying financial report, being a general purpose financial report of The Chung Wah Association Inc. (the “Association”), which comprises the statement of financial position as at 30 June 2022, the statement of profit and loss and other comprehensive income, statement of changes in equity and statement of cash flows for the year then ended, and notes to the financial statements, including a summary of significant accounting policies, and the Executive Committee’s declaration.

In our opinion, the accompanying general purpose financial report of The Chung Wah Association Inc is in accordance with the Associations Incorporation Act 2015, including:

(a) giving a true and fair view of the Association’s financial position as at 30 June 2022 and of its performance for the year then ended; and

(b) complying with Australian Accounting Standards and other mandatory professional requirements in Australia

Inherent Uncertainty Regarding Recognition of Income

It is not possible for The Chung Wah Association Inc. to establish accounting control over all sources of income prior to its receipts (fundraising and rendering of services, income from schools, Chinese New Year, membership fees and other income) and accordingly, it is not possible for our examination to include audit procedures to extend beyond the amounts of receipts for these types of income as recorded in the records of the Association.

Our audit of the type of income referred to above, being income in the form of cash, and the accounting for and applications of such monies was limited to amounts recorded in the financial report.

Basis for Opinion

We conducted our audit in accordance with Australian Auditing Standards. Our responsibilities under those standards are further described in the Auditor’s Responsibilities for the Audit of the Financial Report section of our report. We are independent of the Association in accordance with the auditor independence requirements of the Association Incorporation Act 2015 and the ethical requirements of the Accounting Professional and Ethical Standards Board’s APES 110 Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants “the Code” that are relevant to our audit of the financial report in Australia. We have also fulfilled our other ethical responsibilities in accordance with the Code.

CHONG PENG LEONG

Registered Company Auditor No: 342131 | FCPA | HKICPA

CHONG PENG LEONG

CHONG PENG LEONG (SHARON LEONG)

Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standard Legislation

Registered Company Auditor No. 342131 | FCPA | HKICPA

DIRECTOR | CPL CORPORATE

Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standard Legislation

Registered Company Auditor No. 342131 | CPA | HKICPA

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We confirm that the independence declaration required by the Associations Incorporation Act 2015, which has been given to the Executive Committee of the Association, would be in the same terms if given to the members as at the time of this auditor’s report.

We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our opinion.

Responsibilities of the Executive Committee for the Financial Report

The Executive Committee of the Association are responsible for the preparation of the financial report that gives a true and fair view in accordance with Australian Accounting Standards and the Associations Incorporation Act 2015 and for such internal control as the Executive Committee determine is necessary to enable the preparation of the financial report that gives a true and fair view and is free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error.

In preparing the financial report, the Executive Committee are responsible for assessing the Association’s ability to continue as a going concern, disclosing, as applicable, matters relating to going concern and using the going concern basis of accounting unless the Executive Committee either intend to liquidate the Association or to cease operations, or has no realistic alternative but to do so.

The Executive Committee are responsible for overseeing the Association’s financial reporting process.

Auditor’s Responsibilities for the Audit of the Financial Report

Our objectives are to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial report as a whole is free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error, and to issue an auditor’s report that includes our opinion. Reasonable assurance is a high level of assurance, but is not a guarantee that an audit conducted in accordance with the Australian Auditing Standards will always detect a material misstatement when it exists. Misstatements can arise from fraud or error and are considered mate rial if, individually or in the aggregate, they could reasonably be expected to influence the economic decisions of users taken on the basis of this financial report.

As part of an audit in accordance with the Australian Auditing Standards, we exercise professional judgment and maintain professional scepticism throughout the audit. We also:

• Identify and assess the risks of material misstatement of the financial report, whether due to fraud or error, design and perform audit procedures responsive to those risks, and obtain audit evidence that is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our opinion. The risk of not detecting a material misstatement resulting from fraud is higher than for one resulting from error, as fraud may involve collusion, for gery, intentional omissions, misrepresentations, or the override of internal control.

• Obtain an understanding of internal control relevant to the audit in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the Association’s internal control.

CHONG PENG

Registered Company Auditor No.

Liability

PENG

Registered Company Auditor No:

Company Auditor No.

Liability

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CHONG PENG
LEONG (SHARON LEONG) DIRECTOR | CPL CORPORATE Registered
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LEONG
342131 | FCPA | HKICPA
limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standard LegislationCHONG
LEONG
342131 | FCPA | HKICPA
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Registered Company Auditor No 342131

FCPA | HKICPA sharon@beyondaudit.com.au

• Evaluate the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting estimates and related disclosures

• Conclude on the appropriateness of the Executive Committee’s use of the going concern basis of accounting and, based on the audit evidence obtained, whether a material uncertainty exists related to events or conditions that may cast significant doubt

the Association’s ability to continue as a going concern. If we conclude that a material uncertainty exists, we are required to draw attention in our auditor’s report to the related disclosures in the financial report or, if such disclosures are inadequate, to modify our opinion. Our conclusions are based on the audit evidence obtained up to the date of our auditor’s report. However, future events or conditions may cause the Association to cease to continue as a going concern.

• Evaluate the overall presentation, structure and content of the financial report, including the disclosures, and whether the financial report represents the underlying transactions and events in a manner that achieves fair presentation.

We communicate with the Executive Committee regarding, among other matters, the planned scope and timing of the audit and significant audit findings, including any significant deficiencies in internal control that we identify during our audit.

PENG LEONG

Registered

Registered

Liability

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