Hong Kong-Canada Business Association - Toronto

Hong Kong-Canada Business Association - Toronto HKCBA Toronto connects businesses & people between the Hong Kong and Toronto to explore greater international opportunities. The Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA) is the largest bi-lateral trade association in Canada, with 10 sections in major cities from coast to coast, and connections to 32 similar trade groups in 24 countries around the world through the Federation of Hong Kong Business Associations Worldwide.
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Mission: HKCBA’s Mission is to help its members to do business between Hong Kong and Canada, and through Hong Kong into the rest of China and South East Asia, and with each other in Canada. NexToronto's mission is to bring driven young professionals together and support HKCBA network growth.

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12/23/2020
Are you expanding the business to Hong Kong and other Asian markets?

Did you know that despite being just a city, Hong Kong was Canada’s 13th largest export market in 2017? There are currently about 400,000 Canadian passport holders and 200 Canadian companies in Hong Kong. There are a lot of business and cultural connections between Hong Kong and Canada that you might or might not have known about. Visit HKETO (Toronto) to learn more.

So now you want to start a business in Hong Kong? Visit InvestHK to learn more about setting up a business in Hong Kong! There you will find useful guides on setting up a business in Hong Kong. Invest HK even provides ongoing support for businesses.

HKCBA, HKETO and InvestHK organize various business presentations for our members to obtain first-hand information about trading opportunities and programs in Canada and Hong Kong.

Visit us to learn more!
HKCBA Toronto: https://toronto.hkcba.com
HKETO Toronto: https://www.hketotoronto.gov.hk
InvestHK Toronto: https://www.hketotoronto.gov.hk/invest-hong-hong.html

Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office Hong Kong-Canada Business Association - Toronto

12/23/2020
We are Hong Kong Family

Introducing the HKCBA (Toronto) family!

The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (Toronto), Hong Kong Trade Development Council, Hong Kong Tourism Board, InvestHK, and Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. are all connected with the HKCBA.

These key connections allow the HKCBA to assist our members with expanding their network and obtaining discounted services. Stay tuned to our social media to learn more.

Visit us at https://toronto.hkcba.com

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12/21/2020
Do you want to expand your business to Asia

What is the Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA)?

Founded in 1984, the HKCBA is a non-government, non-profit bilateral trade association with over 1,000 members in eight member cities (Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Atlantic) in Canada.

What does HKCBA do?

HKCBA's mission is to expand commercial relationships between Canada and Hong Kong as well as throughout Asia, using Hong Kong as the platform for advancing this objective. We also promote a strong business and community network within our membership across Canada through our programs.

Visit us at https://toronto.hkcba.com/cpages/home

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11/16/2020

Panelist from Canada and HK presents on Opportunities in HK as well as specific details and case studies.

11/11/2020

• Are you a Canadian who has a business in Hong Kong or wants to start your business in Hong Kong?
• Do you know Hong Kong may offer incentive and support to expand your business there, and to develop your business in China and Southeast Asia?
• Are you concerned about double taxation in Canada and Hong Kong?

Meet our experts who can share their experiences on taxation across these two jurisdictions and answer your questions about the economic prospects in Hong Kong!

Discover Hong Kong updates from Emily Mo, the Director of the Hong Kong Economic & Trade Office (Toronto), and Stephen Phillips, the Director-General of Investment Promotion of InvestHK in our webinar! They are the experts on economics and business between Hong Kong and Canada.

Other speakers include Sonja Chong (Sonja Chong Professional Corporations), Christopher Chen (Invest HK), Callan Anderson,(Hong Kong Corporate Services Group), and Leona Liu (Ernst & Young).

Based on a real-life case study, our upcoming webinar shows you the “whys”, the “whats”, and the “hows”. Come and join us on November 17th at 11a.m.

To learn more about HKCBA and the Webinar, please visit: https://toronto.hkcba.com/cpages/home

To register

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/9116040084272/WN_ImsdwO_9QwG5RAYwi-aGWQ

As a Canadian, do you want to maximize the growth and return on your investment in Hong Kong?Based on a real-life case s...
11/09/2020

As a Canadian, do you want to maximize the growth and return on your investment in Hong Kong?

Based on a real-life case study, our upcoming webinar shows you the “whys”, the “whats”, and the “hows”. Come and join us on November 17th at 11 a.m.

Register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/9116040084272/WN_ImsdwO_9QwG5RAYwi-aGWQ

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11/09/2020

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The "Benefiting from the HKCBA Advantage in the New Normal" webinar is designed to share with Members and prospective me...
11/02/2020

The "Benefiting from the HKCBA Advantage in the New Normal" webinar is designed to share with Members and prospective members what and how HKCBA is joining forces with you and, together, turn the crisis into opportunities under the COVID new normal.

Programme

“Hong Kong in the new normal” by Special Guest Speaker:
Emily Mo, Director, Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (Toronto)

Panel Discussions on “The HKCBA Advantages for Members and Prospective Members”

Webinar Chair: Cindy Ho, HKCBA National Vice Chair

Panelists:
Arthur Chan, HKCBA National Chair
Alexandria Sham, Hon Secretary, Federation of Hong Kong Business Association’s Worldwide
Amy Willis, HKCBA Ottawa Section President
Zoheir Hasanbhai, HKCBA Toronto GTA Section Executive Director
Andrew Yui, Director, Canada, Hong Kong Trade Development Council

Registrations are complimentary but reservations are required via this link:
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-SudYhiOTLSDwdWj03KzmA

The October 19 issue of the HKCBA Connects e-Newsletter is published. If you are a Canadian Friend of Hong Kong and want...
10/19/2020
HK Friend, Here Are Your Latest HKCBA Connections

The October 19 issue of the HKCBA Connects e-Newsletter is published. If you are a Canadian Friend of Hong Kong and want to get info about HK-Canada Business, email us your full name, position, company name, and email address to [email protected].

The e-newsletter is also available at https://conta.cc/347AEIS

- October 19th, 2020 e-Newsletter Sponsored by REGISTER HERE Autumn Sourcing Week Online Wednesday, October 28, 2020, EST 1 pm In a New Connected World Beyond the New Normal, companies are shifting

10/10/2020
Digital Flyer for HK-Canada Business Association (Toronto) Webinar

These specialists will present on Commerical Property Markets in Canada and Hong Kong. You will not want to miss this webinar. CBRE will look at the big picture in Toronto and Vancouver, RBC will speak about its programs to help businesses in these markets. And, InvestHK will share Hong Kong's unique position as it expands from Hong Kong into the Greater Bay Area. Here's how you can register: https://lnkd.in/gbuzPmV
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Now is time to take the step to find out what the travel situation is going to be like between Canada and Hong Kong. The...
09/28/2020

Now is time to take the step to find out what the travel situation is going to be like between Canada and Hong Kong. There is not much time left to register. Please do it now!! Hey, you may get a surprise in the mail!!

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_30qrT_zrQ26631Q4cY5ZfQ

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Canada United https://www.gocanadaunited.ca/ is a nationwide campaign by over 60 large businesses including RBC to get C...
08/26/2020
I am proud to support #CanadaUnited and their initiative to help local businesses. Visit gocanadaunited.ca for more information and show local some love.

Canada United https://www.gocanadaunited.ca/ is a nationwide campaign by over 60 large businesses including RBC to get Canadians to shop or dine with you August 28, 29, and 30. You may have noticed the TV ads and digital marketing asking Canadians to “show local some love.”

And now, Canada United will be giving away 25 $10,000 cash prizes to Canadians shopping or dining with local businesses during the 3-day Canada United Weekend*. You can tell your customers that spending with you could earn them a chance to win!

It’s easy to participate in Canada United. Simply use the Canada United Online Small Business Toolkit to access all the marketing tools you need to:
• Add Canada United stickers and GIFs to your social media posts.
• Create custom banners and logos to share online.
• Show your support with a Canada United decal for your storefront window. Window decals are available free at most RBC branches after August 18th
• Download and print posters and other materials to display in your store.

Also starting August 31, 2020, small businesses can apply for a Canada United Small Business Relief Fund grant. Grants are available to eligible recipients up to $5,000 and are intended to help offset costs related to Covid-19 including:
• Purchasing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as masks, face shields, and latex gloves.
• Renovating a physical space to adhere to local, Provincial or Federal reopening guidelines.
• Developing or improving e-commerce capabilities for your business.

You can’t afford to miss out on this opportunity. To learn more about Canada United, Canada United Weekend and Canada United Small Business Relief program visit GoCanadaUnited.ca

Canada United is a movement that brings fellow Canadians together to show their support for local businesses. Essential to our economy and communities, these businesses need our help now more than ever. So, join the movement and show local some love.

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08/18/2020

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Good to Know that HKTB is recognized for its super marketing efforts.https://lnkd.in/eVTKX5w
07/29/2020
PATA Gold Awards - PATA

Good to Know that HKTB is recognized for its super marketing efforts.

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HKETO/HKCBA Webinar on Hong Kong, Friday, July 24, 2020 at 11 am (EST)You may have already received information on the u...
07/16/2020

HKETO/HKCBA Webinar on Hong Kong, Friday, July 24, 2020 at 11 am (EST)

You may have already received information on the upcoming webinar on the Hong Kong National Security Law to be co-staged by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (HKETO) and the Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA) to share more insights and facts of the issue with our Canadian audience.

In case you have not received the info yet, below are the details of this webinar with the registration link. I sincerely hope that you and/or some of your colleagues would like to sign up for this event.

https://conta.cc/2ZwG2CQ

Canada's response to the National Security Law which just passed in Hong Kong: https://www.canada.ca/en/global-affairs/n...
07/03/2020
Canada takes action following passage of National Security Legislation for Hong Kong - Canada.ca

Canada's response to the National Security Law which just passed in Hong Kong: https://www.canada.ca/en/global-affairs/news/2020/07/canada-takes-action-following-passage-of-national-security-legislation-for-hong-kong.html

The Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Foreign Affairs, today issued the following statement: “Canada joins the international community in reiterating its serious concern at the passage of national security legislation for Hong Kong by the Standing Committee of the National Peopl...

June 17th marks the first Zoom meeting of the HKCBA Board of Directors. It is the sign of things to come, for sure.
06/18/2020

June 17th marks the first Zoom meeting of the HKCBA Board of Directors. It is the sign of things to come, for sure.

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06/15/2020

Hong Kong-Canada Business Association - Toronto's cover photo

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06/14/2020

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04/08/2020

HKCBA Toronto hopes that you, your family and friends are staying vigilant, healthy and safe during this difficult time. All of us are affected by this infamous COVID-19 virus. We must work together as a team to overcome this pandemic in a timely manner... Do your due diligence, stay at home and avoid crowded areas, wash and sanitize your hands and take care of your mental and physical health. If you or your family/friend need professional support during this time, please feel free to reach out to HKCBA Toronto. We are here to help our friends and family!

Yesterday, Mayor of Toronto John Tory hosted an evening reception to celebrate the Lunar New Year. What an eventful nigh...
01/24/2020

Yesterday, Mayor of Toronto John Tory hosted an evening reception to celebrate the Lunar New Year. What an eventful night! Our HKCBA Directors and Friends enjoyed the well planned reception. Happy Lunar New Year! HKCBA wishes you all a prosperous, healthy and joyful year! 🧧🎉

Date: January 15, 2020 Our ever popular Sifu Paul returned for his annual presentation and discussion – this year focusi...
01/16/2020

Date: January 15, 2020

Our ever popular Sifu Paul returned for his annual presentation and discussion – this year focusing on the upcoming Year of the Metal Rat. Mr. Ng learned the art of Geomancy and life-charting in Hong Kong in 1976 where he studied under several retired masters. Mr. Ng holds a Bachelor of Mathematics (Computer Science) Degree from the University of Waterloo (1972) and a Diploma in Business Administration from the University of Toronto (1974).

Geomancy, the art of placement, is more widely known as Feng Shui. To quote from Mr. Ng's website (www.paulng.com) "Feng Shui literally means wind and water. It is based on the views held originally by poet Po Kwok about 1,700 years ago. Those views sustain the theory that when positive energy is correctly handled in a house, good luck follows as a matter of course. In his daily practice, Master Ng conducts his Feng Shui survey by staying within the boundary of its intrinsic values."

Date: January 15, 2020

Our ever popular Sifu Paul returned for his annual presentation and discussion – this year focusing on the upcoming Year of the Metal Rat. Mr. Ng learned the art of Geomancy and life-charting in Hong Kong in 1976 where he studied under several retired masters. Mr. Ng holds a Bachelor of Mathematics (Computer Science) Degree from the University of Waterloo (1972) and a Diploma in Business Administration from the University of Toronto (1974).

Geomancy, the art of placement, is more widely known as Feng Shui. To quote from Mr. Ng's website (www.paulng.com) "Feng Shui literally means wind and water. It is based on the views held originally by poet Po Kwok about 1,700 years ago. Those views sustain the theory that when positive energy is correctly handled in a house, good luck follows as a matter of course. In his daily practice, Master Ng conducts his Feng Shui survey by staying within the boundary of its intrinsic values."

Have you registered for our EXCITING annual event on January 15, 2020? Special guest, our ever popular Philosopher and G...
12/20/2019
Welcome In The Year of The Rat with Philosopher and Geomancer Paul Ng

Have you registered for our EXCITING annual event on January 15, 2020? Special guest, our ever popular Philosopher and Geomancer Sifu Paul Ng will Welcome In The Year of the Rat🐭. More info here: https://toronto.hkcba.com/events/welcome-in-the-year-of-the-rat-with-philosopher-and-geomancer-paul-ng. Delicious food & drinks will be served🍜☕️. REGISTER NOW to secure your seat!

Join us in 2020 to Welcome in the Year of the Rat with Philosopher and Geomancer Paul Ng!

HKCBA Toronto held a Tea Reception with it's Hong Kong Family - HKTDC and HKETO on October 8, 2019. There was a great tu...
10/09/2019

HKCBA Toronto held a Tea Reception with it's Hong Kong Family - HKTDC and HKETO on October 8, 2019. There was a great turnout of event attendees, delicious snacks and food, and an opportunity to network with fellow peers. Thank you to those who joined us, we hope to see you at future upcoming HKCBA events! Please visit us at https://toronto.hkcba.com/cpages/home for event updates.

HKCBA Toronto held a Tea Reception with it's Hong Kong Family - HKTDC and HKETO on October 8, 2019. There was a great turnout of event attendees, delicious snacks and food, and an opportunity to network with fellow peers. Thank you to those who joined us, we hope to see you at future upcoming HKCBA events! Please visit us at https://toronto.hkcba.com/cpages/home for event updates.

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Toronto, ON
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