AustCham 35th Anniversary Dinner and Community Awards

AustCham 35th Anniversary Dinner and Community Awards

The Australian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong celebrates 35 years with an Anniversary Dinner and Community Awards on Friday 9 June 2023 at The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong. 

Did you know that a 35th Year celebration is also known as the Coral Anniversary? Coral is believed to be endowed with sacred properties and is a symbol of wisdom, happiness and immortality. It is also used to attract success and wealth - which we wish upon all our members and friends of the Australia - Hong Kong business community!

Celebrate the long-standing connections between the Australian and Hong Kong business communities. The dinner offers guests an opportunity to recognise outstanding contributions with the Community Awards, as well as an evening of great Australian fun. 

We're thrilled to welcome multi-talented comedian and presenter Annie Louey as our event MC. Annie Louey’s fan base is growing rapidly, as her comedy brings together people from all walks of life. She is currently co-hosting China Tonight on ABC TV while working on a new stand-up show touring around Australia, in Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney. She joins us fresh from the Melbourne Comedy Festival and prior to the next season of China Tonight.

The event includes networking cocktail, lucky door prizes, special entertainment, four-course dinner, and drinks. 

Dress to impress in your cocktail attire with a touch of coral as we celebrate the Australian-Hong Kong business community!

Sponsorship opportunities are available, inclusive of pre- and post-event brand exposure, in-event hospitality and recognition, Award sponsorship and presentation opportunities. 

Sponsorship Opportunities Include 

  • Coral Sponsor - HK$150,000
  • Award Sponsor - HK$80,000
  • Photobooth Sponsor - HK$50,000
  • Corporate Table Sponsor - HK$33,000
  • Signature VIP Cocktail Event Sponsor (Standalone Event) - HK$100,000

Sponsorship opportunities are available now.

For more information on the opportunities and benefits you can view the prospectus here and contact Tiffany Chan to secure your company's involvement.

Community Awards
AustCham Hong Kong is pleased to announce nominations are now open for the Australia-Hong Kong Community Awards. We encourage those interested to nominate themselves or to nominate any qualified and deserving individual or business. These awards are open to any past or present member of AustCham Hong Kong. An individual or business may nominate themselves or someone else. You may nominate more than one individual or business per category. 

We have three award categories:

  • Sustainability, Social Impact and Governance Award (Award Sponsor: Sino Group)
  • Women in Leadership Award
  • Business Innovation and Professional Services Award

For more information on the Community Awards please check here

Nominations are now closed! 

Don't miss out on the opportunity to be a part of this wonderful event!

Terms & Conditions
Photography/Filming: By taking part in this event, you grant the Australian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong full rights to use any images resulting from the photography/video filming. 
Marketing: By taking part in this event, I hereby consent to share my details for marketing purposes and agree to receive communications post event. If you would like to OPT OUT of this list, please email

Please note: The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed by the speaker(s) belong solely to the speaker, and are not representative of the Australian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong.


Sustainability, Social Impact and Governance Award Sponsor
Sino Group
Sino Group


Fri, June 09, 2023


06:00 PM - 11:00 PM



The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong


Member: $2,800.00

Non-Member: $3,650.00

Mates Table (Member): $28,000.00

Corporate Table (Member): $33,000.00

Member Ticket + 1 Guest: $5,600.00


Annie Louey
Co-Host, China Tonight | ABC

Annie Louey is an award-winning and multi-talented comedian and presenter who moves seamlessly between television, radio and stage. She is known for her rapidfire crowd work, blunt delivery and cheeky charm that allows her to get away with almost anything!

Her fan base is growing rapidly as she embarks on her fifth solo show ‘Gold’, debuting at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in 2023. This comes after Annie received a Moosehead Award for bold, innovative ideas to support her show ‘Annie Louey is Flirting with Death’ last year. Her confident stage presence earned her a spot touring around Australia with the Comedy Festival Roadshow.

Annie appears regularly on national television, having been a presenter and writer on ABC TV’s ‘China Tonight’ for the past four seasons, and a comedian on the Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s ‘Opening Night Allstars Supershow’. Her on-screen charisma as the host of the travel show ‘Rediscover Victoria’ led to a nomination for ‘Personality of the Year’ at the 2021 Antenna Awards for community television. The ‘Rediscover Victoria’ series will be coming to SBS in 2023.

Annie has also been recognised for her efforts behind the screen, having written for the final season of Rosehaven (ABC TV and Amazon Prime). More recently, she was one of six writers invited to take part in the Melbourne Theatre Company’s First Stage program, which culminated in a play reading by an ensemble of professional actors. Annie is now working on debuting a full-length play.

As a content creator, Annie’s web series ‘From the Hearse’s Mouth’ was selected for Sydney Web Festival. In the six-part series, Annie interviews comedians and performers like Claire Hooper and Dane Simpson about life and death, while driving in a vintage hearse.

Her ability to find the perfect balance between light and shade can partly be attributed to her experiences as a burns survivor. She first discovered the power of comedy while she was 16 and recovering at home from an accident. While she spent months off school, she watched every stand-up DVD she could get her hands on at the local Blockbuster store. What started as a way to kill time catapulted her into the world of stand-up. She entered the Comedy Festival’s Class Clowns competition in 2010 and became a national finalist.

Now, she is an ambassador for the burns and trauma charity, KIDS Foundation, while continuing to do weird and wacky things in the name of comedy. She’s eaten almost 150 unique potato chip flavours (which started as a segment on her radio show on JOY94.9). In her completely unsponsored opinion, the best flavour she’s tasted is Pringles Chicken Souvlaki.

Cancellation Policy:

Cancellations must be sent in writing to four business days prior to the event. No shows will be charged.

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