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31st Spring in the City : Spring Harmonies-Heaven & Earth

On January 19th, the 31st Spring in the City : Spring Harmonies-Heaven & Earth opened at the Capitol Theatre, with Mr. Chua Ray Long, Senior Minister of State for Culture, Community and Youth, and Social and Family Development, serving as the guest of honor. Mr. Yun Weilong, Chairman of Singapore China Baijiu Pte Ltd, was invited to attend and was awarded a certificate of appreciation as the title sponsor.

Before the concert officially began, Ms. Lin Dangli, President of the Huaxia Cultural Hub, presented a New Year’s gift to Mr. Chua Ray Long to celebrate the arrival of the new year. Mr. Yun Weilong enthusiastically engaged in discussions with the distinguished guests present, exchanging insights on promoting cultural integration and the complementary relationship between culture and business development. The white liquor brand booth brought to the scene by Singapore China Baijiu Pte Ltd attracted attention.

This “Spring in the City” concert invited many internationally renowned artists. Mr. Chen Kangming, a renowned conductor in Singapore, served as the orchestra conductor, with Singapore tenor Lee Song En, baritone Wu Han Wei, Malaysian mezzo-soprano Zhang Yinjing who developed in Hong Kong, and Chinese soprano Li Jingjing from the China National Opera House lending their voices. The performance featured both high-quality local symphonic pieces and innovative works that blended Chinese culture with bel canto singing and Western orchestration, presenting a diverse cultural feast.

The opening concert ended with thunderous applause, and the guests took the stage to take photos with the performers, while Mr. Yun Weilong congratulated Ms. Lin Dangli and the actors.

The “Spring in the City” series of events welcomed a new batch of guests the next day, with lively atmospheres in both the afternoon and evening sessions. Mr. Ma Yanqing, Senior Minister of State for Sustainability and the Environment and Transport, and Mr. Xiao Jianghua, Director of the China Cultural Center and Director of the China Tourism Office in Singapore, served as the guests of honor respectively.

Singapore China Baijiu Pte Ltd is committed to promoting traditional Chinese culture and has maintained a close and friendly cooperative relationship with the Huaxia Cultural Hub for many years. We are aligned in our efforts to promote cultural dissemination and will continue to resonate with the friendly exchanges between China and Singapore, allowing Chinese national brands to continually shine in the Lion City.

10th Anniversary of the Singapore Zhejiang Chamber of Commerce

On October 30th, the 10th-anniversary celebration of the Singapore Zhejiang Chamber of Commerce was held at the Sands Expo and Convention Centre in Sentosa. Guests from all over the world gathered together to outline a new blueprint for the global development of Zhejiang businesses and explore new opportunities for communication and cooperation.

The evening banquet welcomed Mr. Khaw Boon Wan, Acting Minister for Transport and Senior Minister of State for Finance in Singapore. Other important guests included Mr. Zhu Jing, Charge d’Affaires ad interim of the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Singapore; His Excellency SURYO PRATOMO, Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia to Singapore; His Excellency Askar Kuttykadam, Ambassador of Kazakhstan to Singapore; Mr. Yang Gang, Consul General of the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Singapore; Mr. Vincent Jaya Saputra, from the Indonesian Chinese Chamber of Commerce and the Indonesian Financial Technology Bureau; Mr. Peter Sasi, Economic and Trade Officer of the European Union Delegation to Singapore and Regional Head of Trade at the Embassy of Sweden.

The banquet was addressed by Mr. Khaw Boon Wan, the Acting Minister for Transport and Senior Minister of State for Finance in Singapore. He expressed Singapore’s welcome to new immigrants, emphasizing that Singapore’s assessment criteria for immigrants are not solely based on education and income but also on their integration into society and their ability to contribute to the community.

During the banquet, the atmosphere was lively, and there were engaging toasts and a rich lottery session. The Singapore Chinese Baijiu Association provided Moutai as a coveted prize for the lottery, generating high expectations from the attendees. Moutai, as a well-known Chinese Baijiu brand, was highly valued.

Over the decades, Zhejiang entrepreneurs both at home and abroad have worked diligently and steadfastly, achieving remarkable success and earning a good reputation worldwide. Guided by the values of mutual cooperation, overseas Zhejiang entrepreneurs, as representatives of the older generation, have bridged communication for the newcomers and joined hands to strive for a brilliant future for Zhejiang entrepreneurs, contributing to the continued legend of Zhejiang business.

Representatives of the Singapore Zhejiang Chamber of Commerce expressed sincere gratitude to the guests, toasting and wishing everyone a wonderful and memorable evening.

The 10th-anniversary celebration of the Singapore Zhejiang Chamber of Commerce showcased collaboration and support among different organizations. The Singapore Chinese Baijiu Association wishes the Singapore Zhejiang Chamber of Commerce continued prosperity in the future, contributing more to the thriving Zhejiang business community in Singapore and achieving greater success!

Singapore Guizhou Association 10th-Anniversary Celebration Dinner

On October 21st, the Singapore Guizhou Association held its 10th-anniversary celebration dinner at Zui Hua Lin. As one of the sponsors, the Singapore Chinese Baijiu Association was honored to be invited. The dinner also had the pleasure of hosting Mr. Zeng Shisheng, former Minister of State of Singapore, and Dr. Zhou Yuyun, Minister-Counsellor of the Chinese Embassy in Singapore. The Singapore Chinese Baijiu Association sincerely congratulates the Singapore Guizhou Association on reaching its 10th anniversary and wishes it continued prosperity in the future.

The Singapore Guizhou Association was officially registered in Singapore in July 2013. Comprised of Chinese nationals and overseas Chinese originally from Guizhou who reside in Singapore, it serves as a platform for social gatherings and information exchange. This allows members to come together, listen to their hometown dialect, share their experiences of entrepreneurship and struggles abroad, and support each other, facilitating their integration into Singapore’s diverse multicultural society.

During the dinner, Dr. Tang Liang, the President of the Guizhou Association, expressed his gratitude to all the council members, friends of the association, and sponsors for their generous donations and strong support. Guizhou is a region with a rich diversity of ethnic minorities, and by showcasing the cultural aspects of these minorities, they aim to increase awareness and understanding of Guizhou. Additionally, this contributes to the growth of local tourism and business in Guizhou. Dr. Tang Liang, the President, also presented Mr. Charles Oon, the President of the Singapore Chinese Baijiu Association, with the award for the Best Sponsor.

The mission of the Guizhou Association is to “assist Guizhou compatriots living in Singapore and provide services for the exchange between Singapore and Guizhou.” They achieve this by organizing and participating in various community activities, promoting unity and friendship among Guizhou natives and people of various ethnic backgrounds and community groups. They also strive to uphold traditional Chinese culture and strengthen connections between Guizhou natives worldwide and their hometown. Furthermore, they assist new immigrants in settling and thriving in the local community, enabling them to integrate into Singapore’s mainstream society.

This mission aligns well with the goals of the Singapore Chinese Baijiu Association. The Singapore Chinese Baijiu Association places importance on preserving Chinese culture, particularly the significant role that Chinese baijiu plays within it. Chinese baijiu is not just a beverage; it carries a rich history and cultural tradition.

Both organizations share a common interest in promoting the inheritance and development of Chinese culture and Chinese baijiu, contributing to the diversity of Singaporean society, and fostering friendly relations between Guizhou and Singapore.

The Singapore Chinese Baijiu Association has witnessed Moutai’s journey from Guizhou to all of China and from China to the world, gradually breaking boundaries and reaching beyond the Chinese community. The association has taken it upon itself to promote the inheritance and development of liquor culture, telling the Maotai “MEI” culture story and interpreting Moutai’s drinking culture, aesthetic genes, and aesthetic power. They continuously enrich the cultural expression of “MEI” and actively promote cultural exchanges and mutual learning between Chinese culture and cultures from around the world. In doing so, they play a role in leading Chinese baijiu towards a better presence on the global stage.

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