CASS Overseas Chinese Service Centre
Our parent company, the Chinese Australian Services Society, has been conferred with the title of ‘CASS Overseas Chinese Service Centre” by the Overseas Chinese Affairs (OCA) Office under the State Council of the Chinese Government.
The ‘Overseas Chinese Service Centre’ is an initiative announced by the OCA Office at the 7th Conference for Friendship of Overseas Chinese Association held in Beijing in August 2014. The purpose of the initative is to recognise the achievement of overseas community organisations in assisting overseas Chinese to integrate and make a positive contribution to their residing societies. CASS is one of eighteen organisations in the world, and the only one in Australia appointed by the Chinese Government to run 'Service Centre'. This conferment is an acknowledgment of the many years of hard work by our parent Company with the help of our Company, in assisting Chinese people to gain access to high quality social services in Australia.
We understand that there are many organisations in Australia currently engaging in and providing services to advance the well-being of Chinese people in Australia. There are also organisations that are looking into the provision of appropriate services for Chinese communities.
We believe, Chinese people residing in Australia would benefit from having an access to a variety of services. With our knowledge and understanding of Chinese languages and culture, as well as our experience in social services, we would be glad to provide assistance to those organisations who may need help in this regard. Please contact us if you need our assistance.
Guide for Chinese Migrants Living in Australia
CASS published the “Guide for Chinese Migrants Living in Australia” to help Chinese migrants in settling in Australia. The Guide Book provides extensive information and resources on living in Australia to Chinese-speaking migrants in their community language.
It contains essential information, such as Overview of Australia, Summary of Australian States and Territories, Life in Australia, Life Stories of Migrants, Embassy of China in Australia, Consulate Information and other key Government Agencies, Services and Community Organisations.
You are welcome to collect your free copy of the Guidebook at our Head Office Reception. Please contact us for more information.