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Founded in 2000, the Australian Council for the Promotion of Peaceful Reunification of China (ACPPRC) was formed by several hundred Chinese community organisations in Australia, representing Chinese expatriates and Chinese Australians from different regions including Mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau and South East Asia.

Since its establishment as a non-government, non-profit, community based organisation, ACPPRC has focussed on developing and supporting its member organisations.

ACPPRC aims not only to foster and facilitate peaceful dialogue amongst the communities and organisations for the peaceful reunification of China, but also to encourage economic and cultural exchanges between Australia and China and to promote international peace and security.

This organisation also plays an important role in uniting and partnering with like-minded international organisations for various philanthropic activities as well as conciliatory forums through cross-border cooperation and dialogue.

Mission of ACPPRC

1. In pursuit of the theme of our era, which is peace and development, upholding the common idea of peaceful development and peaceful reunification across the Taiwan Strait, and promoting the peaceful reunification of China and peaceful development of the Asia-Pacific Region;

2. Promoting and Strengthening the development of friendly relations between Australia and China;

3. Facilitating Chinese Australians and overseas Chinese in Australia to integrate into and contribute to the Australian society.

Areas of Focus of ACPPRC

1. Extensively liaising relevant organizations and people from all walks of life at Australia and abroad, promoting the exchanges and cooperation across the Taiwan Strait, exerting efforts for the cause of the peaceful reunification of China and enhancing peaceful development in Asia-Pacific Region;

2. Promoting and enhancing exchanges across a wide range of sectors between Australia and China and playing the bridging role as a non-governmental association;

3. Uniting Chinese Australians and overseas Chinese in Australia to live in harmony with other ethnic communities and integrating into and contributing to the Australian society;

4. Promoting excellent Chinese culture and thus enhancing the multicultural societies of Australia;

5. Implementing social and charitable causes which are conducive to welfare of Australians and Chinese;

6. Extending love and care to Chinese-Australian youths and supporting their development.