Zimsen Partners wishes all a Happy Chinese New Year

The team at Zimsen Partners wishes their clients, network and team members celebrating Chinese New Year, Xin Nian Kuai Le (Happy New Year), Gong Xi Fa Cai (Wishing you become rich) and Ma Nian Xing Da Yun (Good Luck in the Year of Horse).

Zimsen Partners team had the wonderful opportunity to participate in the various Chinese New Year functions hosted by their clients and networks during the month of January and February. It enabled the team to get a greater understanding and appreciation of the culture and the traditions of the Chinese Community and further enhance Zimsen Partners relationship with the Chinese Community. The most anticipated event was the traditional Lion and Dragon dance.

2014 is the year of the Horse. According to Dancy He, director of Zimsen Partners, originally from Gungzhou China, the spirit of the horse is recognised in the Chinese culture as making constant efforts to improve themselves. The horse is energetic, powerful, bright, warm hearted, intelligent and able.

Dancy He, leads the team at Zimsen Partners in assisting clients from Australia connecting with China and clients from China connecting with Australia. She has recently been to China and held discussions with a law firm Guang Dong Yin Jun and an accounting firm Guang Dong East City to become associates of Zimsen Partners in GuangDong Province. Further discussions are also being undertaken with accounting firms in Shanghai and Beijing.

The associate office is a concept of the Zimsen Partners Business Asia strategy providing clients with opportunities to connect with Asia and to assist clients referred from our associate offices in Asia to connect with Australia. The team at Zimsen Partners are also fluent in major languages spoken in Asia. For further information, please log on www.zimsenpartners.com.au and click Business Asia.

Below are the photos from Chinese New Year function held at Australia two major banks ANZ and NAB.

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