“Celebrate Chinese New Year Together Toronto” Fortune Life Spring Annual Meeting 2015

Wonderful art performances from start to finish, artwork/crafts, products for daily need and an array of different businesses filled the venue. Dozens of people surrounded snack booths and participated in recreational activities and entertainment. The children’s playground, riddles and various occupations contributed to the event’s lively atmosphere. Each activity and booth met the participation of dozens of patrons.

0204 財富人生“歡慶中國年 相聚多倫多”新春年會(國

The Canadian Federation of Chinese Associations was established in early 2011. It is a non-profit community organization. Our association members are mainly from Chinese mainland provinces and municipalities. The annual Chinese New Year celebration took place in a large temple. The Association will always be an exclusive separate entity. We celebrated the Chinese Spring Festival at the temple with engaging activities, a streaming TV program and games and stalls for purchasing goods and snacks.

IMG_1750Wonderful art performances from start to finish, artwork/crafts, products for daily need and an array of different businesses filled the venue. Dozens of people surrounded snack booths and participated in recreational activities and entertainment. The children’s playground, riddles and various occupations contributed to the event’s lively atmosphere. Each activity and booth met the participation of dozens of patrons.

Bridge_Playing02The 2015 Spring Annual Meeting was initiated and sponsored by the Toronto Chinese Association Federation. Exclusive to us, this is our general annual creative multicultural brand. We hosted various recreational activities that recognized the temple’s interior architecture. The area is relatively independent and enables the audience to stroll in the garden or participate in the annual meeting.This celebration since 2011 has become a tradition with the Canadian Federation of Chinese Associations. The Chinese celebrate the Spring Festival with the majority of Toronto’s iconic brands and activities. This year’s celebration is held in its fourth year, also known as the Fourth; officially named the “Year of China to Celebrate Together Toronto” Fortune life Year 2015 annual Meeting.

IMG_1740The 2015 Spring Annual Meeting was initiated and sponsored by the Toronto Chinese Association Federation. Exclusive to us, this is our general annual creative multicultural function. We hosted various recreational activities that recognized the temple’s interior architecture. The area is relatively independent for the audience to stroll in the garden or participate in the annual meeting.This celebration since 2011 has become a tradition with the Canadian Federation of Chinese Association. The Chinese celebrate the Spring Festival with the majority of Toronto’s iconic brands and activities. This year’s celebration is held in the fourth year, also known as the Fourth, officially named the “Year of China to Celebrate Together Toronto” Fortune life Year 2015 annual Meeting.

DSC_2833The Toronto Federation of Chinese Association was established in 2011. It was legally registered as a non-profit community organization. The Association currently consists of members from each of the 24 provinces, cities and municipalities in China. In August 2014, the new term was elected. The Executive Chairman is the President of the Federation of Association: Anhui Yu Ying. The President of the Co-chairs from the Hunan Association is Tan Geng. The President of the Beijing Association is Yang Baofeng, the President of the Hubei Association Yang Shen, the President of the Association of Inner Mongolia Pang, the President of Fujian Association Wang Qingguan, the former President of the Association of Hebei: Ho Jun, now President of Sun Zhidong, the Secretary-General of the Association of Beijing Han Zhiwei.

DSC_2815The founding purpose of the Association is to serve the Chinese community, the vast number of old and new Chinese and foreign students. We want to fight for their rights and interests and to promote exchanges between Canada and China’s science and technology, trade, culture and other commodities. Developed in its fourth year, the Executive Council’s first President is Tan Geng and the second, third Executive President Yang Baofeng. Throughout this process, we have established deep friendships and close ties with fellows within the Association. We provide services such as the Annual New Year party, large content-rich public events, emergency aid mechanisms, the Roots-Seeking youth camp, the Moon Festival, medical cultural forms, opera performances etc. These activities have enabled the resource sharing and collaboration of the majority of Chinese associations.

DSC_2868With the year of the Goat approaching, the Canadian Federation of Chinese Associations will hold the fourth large-scale celebration of Spring Festival on February 7. We congratulate the folks who have immigrated to Canada for the New Year and the rest of our fellow compatriots for the Spring Festival. It is a non-profit community organization. Our association members are mainly from Chinese mainland provinces and municipalities. The annual Chinese New Year celebration took place in a large temple. The Association will always be an exclusive separate entity. We celebrated the Chinese Spring Festival at the temple with engaging activities, a streaming of the TV program, games and stalls for purchasing goods and snacks.

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Wonderful art performances from start to finish, artwork/crafts, products for daily need and an array of different businesses filled the venue. Dozens of people surrounded snack booths and participated in recreational activities and entertainment. The children’s playground, riddles and various occupations contributed to the event’s lively atmosphere. Each activity and booth met the participation of dozens of patrons.

Guang Zhu

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