On November 14th, the Chinese Cuisine and Hospitality Association of Canada (CCHAC) hosted an exclusive member gathering at Lanna Cuisine in Markham, Ontario. This event brought together over 50 guests and members, including representatives from the Markham Tourism Bureau, the Canadian Restaurant Association, as well as owners and principals of major Chinese restaurants in Toronto.
The president, Catherine Hou, opened the event with a speech and introduced the attendees. In-depth discussions were held on topics like Markham’s development plan and plastic ban, addressing current industry challenges and future opportunities for the growth of the Chinese cuisine sector in Canada.
The wine tasting and networking session provided a platform for extensive exchange of experiences and insights, strengthening the internal connections and cooperative network within the industry. This gathering not only showcased the unity and dynamism of Canada’s Chinese culinary industry but also offered a valuable platform for exploring collaboration and collective industry development.
CCHAC is committed not only to promoting Chinese culinary culture in Canada and North America and preserving the essence of Chinese cuisine, but also to acting as a voice for overseas Chinese cuisine and hospitality professionals. The association actively protects the rights and interests of Chinese restaurant owners and consumers, promotes high standards for industry regulation, and explores further potential for industry development.