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On 15/01/2012


Australian Xiangqi Development Declaration


Xiangqi (Chinese Chess) is the quintessence of Chinese nation’s cultural legacy, and so illegal and improper Xiangqi activities and events not only have a negative impact on Xiangqi enthusiasts, but also to a global audience “Chinese people” image, and so have a negative impact on China and the Chinese nation. If some Xiangqi organisations make damages to others, if some of them also pose as the representatives of Australia, if some of them also make fraud to unknown people and Chinese compatriots, of course these also have a negative impact on Australia and its people’s image.


Australian Government and its law have clearly defined that not-for-profit and charitable organisation must comply with the law and act in accordance with its own constitution and self-regulatory rules. In order to safeguard the reputation of China and the Chinese nation, and in order to safeguard the reputation of Australia and the Australian people, all Australian Xiangqi lovers should be united with complying with the law and developing Xiangqi together.


Therefore, we issue the Australian Xiangqi Development Declaration together, and set up a true United Xiangqi Organisation in Australia, and develop Xiangqi according to the following three basic principles:

  • First, obey the law;
  • Second, do all Xiangqi activities justly and openly and fairly;
  • Third, the President position is held by the largest fund donor, or by the largest fund donor’s nominee; other rules are in accordance with “How to truly develop Xiangqi in Australia”, which was published by Michael Chung on 18 August 2010.


The Declaration was drafted by Mr Michael Chung on 6 December 2011, and reviewed to finalize with Mr Huang Yaohua, Grand Master George Lu and others together.


All individuals or organisations want to truly develop Xiangqi in Australia, please sign to join together, and implement the Declaration.


Signed by the person or organisation:

Michael Chung, Huang Yaohua, George Lu, Li Changhong, Su Peiliang, Liang Yikang, Tang Huian;

Australian Xiangqi Association.


Signature:

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Date: 28/12/2011


Official Letter from Australian Sports Commission


In order to safeguard the reputation of Australia and the Australian people, all Australian Xiangqi lovers should be united with complying with the law and developing Xiangqi together. And so I drafted the Australian Xiangqi Development Declaration on 6 December 2011, and reviewed to finalize with Mr Huang Yaohua, Grand Master George Lu and others together.


For finding out the right way to develop Xiangqi in Australia, I wrote to Australian Sports Commission on 19 December 2011 to ask the following two questions:

  • How can Xiangqi (Chinese Chess) organisation apply for ASC Recognition?
  • How can Xiangqi (Chinese Chess) organisation apply for the authorisation to be Representatives /Delegates of Australia to join international tournaments?

Australian Sports Commission replied me on 21 December 2011 with the answers by the official letter, and has allowed me to open the letter to all other people.


All Australian Xiangqi lovers and organisations should be united with complying with the law and developing Xiangqi together, and we come together to form the United Xiangqi Organisation of Australia. Then we follow the law and rules and criteria to apply for ASC Recognition, and apply for the authorisation to be Representatives /Delegates of Australia.


Please see the attachment as the copy of the Official Letter from Australian Sports Commission on 21 December 2011, and my letter to Australian Sports Commission on 19 December 2011 as well.


Michael Chung

Date: 15/01/2012


1. The attachment as the Official Letter from Australian Sports Commission on 21 December 2011


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2. The attachment as the copy of my letter to Australian Sports Commission on 19 December 2011


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3. The attachment as typing of above two letters.


Mr Michael Chung

PO Box 168

CIVIC SQUARE ACT 2608


21 December 2011


Dear Mr Chung


Thank you for your email of 19 December 2011 raising the following two questions:


  • How can Xiangqi (Chinese Chess) organisation apply for ASC Recognition?
  • How can Xiangqi (Chinese Chess) organisation apply for the authorisation to be Representatives / Delegates of Australia to join international tournaments?


I appreciate your dedication to Chinese Chess. Please find below the response to your questions.


Question – How can Xiangqi (Chinese Chess) organisation apply for ASC Recognition?


The Government, through the Australian Sport Commission (ASC), currently recognises around 92 organisations as national sporting organisations. For recognition, these organisations have satisfied the ASC that they have a national perspective and that each is the pre-eminent body taking responsibility for the development of their sport in Australia.


There is a range of criteria that is applied in determining whether an organisation may be eligible for recognition from the ASC. Full details of these criteria and the support that is available to national sporting organisations meeting them, can be found on the ASC’s website: www.ausport.gov.au/supporting/nso/asc_recognition.


One of the main criteria is that the activity must meet the ASC’s definition of ‘sport’, i.e. A human activity capable of achieving a result requiring physical exertion and/or physical skill which, by its nature and organisation, is competitive and is generally accepted as being a sport.


Please note that the ASC assesses submissions from organisations for ASC recognition twice annually, in February and August. The deadline for lodging submissions to the ASC is 31 January and 31 July.


Question – How can Xiangqi (Chinese Chess) organisation apply for the authorisation to be Representatives / Delegates of Australia to join international tournaments?


As advised by the Prime Minister and Cabinet Office, there is currently no government department having authority to recognise any activity representing Australia except the ASC recognises sports representing Australia.


There are people or organisations attending international competitions in some activities without any government authority or approval. And they will be representing themselves.


I hope the above information is useful for you.


Yours sincerely

(Signature)

Janice Lo

Project Officer

Sports Planning and Performance

Australian Sports Commission


To:

Sport Planning and Performance Section
Sports Development Division
Australian Sports Commission
PO Box 176
BELCONNEN ACT 2616
Tel: (02) 6214 1111
Email: funding&agreements@ausport.gov.au


Date: 19/12/2011


Dear Sir / Madam,


Ref: ASC Recognition and Representatives /Delegates of Australia


I am Xiangqi (Chinese Chess) lover in Australia, now there are many Xiangqi (Chinese Chess) organisations in Australia.

I would like to ask you some questions:

  • How can Xiangqi (Chinese Chess) organisation apply for ASC Recognition?
  • How can Xiangqi (Chinese Chess) organisation apply for the authorisation to be Representatives /Delegates of Australia to join international tournaments


Would you please reply me as soon as possible?


Yours faithfully.


Michael Chung

Michael Chung
B. Com (UNSW) B. ActS (ANU) GradDip BA (Canberra) MFP (USC) M.Com (Macquarie)

Mobile: 0422 238 168.
PO Box 168, CIVIC SQUARE ACT 2608

Email: laoyang1018@gmail.com


Print Version of "Australian Xiangqi Development Declaration", please click Australian XiangqiDevelopmentDeclarationInEnglish20120115.pdf (1.35 MB, 下載次數: 2658)

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