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25th Annual Chinese New Year Dinner


U.S.-China Chamber of Commerce

February 28, 2022
5:30 - 8:30 p.m.

The Phoenix Restaurant in Chinatown, Chicago

The last in-person event hosted by USCCC was the 24th Annual Chinese New Year Dinner on January 30, 2020. It was fitting that we recommence our in-person meetings by celebrating the Chinese New Year in 2022.

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Happy New Year! On behalf of the U.S.-China Chamber of Commerce (USCCC), we wish you good health, joy, and prosperity in the Year of the Tiger.


To celebrate the arrival of The Year of the Tiger or The Year of Ren Yin in the stem and branch system, USCCC will host its 25th Annual Chinese New Year Dinner Reception on Monday, February 28 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Phoenix Restaurant in Chicago’s Chinatown. A traditional Chinese dinner will be served to welcome the Chinese New Year.


While the last two years have been challenging, the coming year, according to the Poem of Mother Nature in the Chinese zodiac, will bring in good fortune despite certain lingering effects. USCCC will host its first in-person event in two years to celebrate the very special occasion.


The USCCC’s Chinese New Year dinner has been a very popular event, providing participants a special opportunity to meet and celebrate what has been the most important holiday in China for thousands of years. USCCC offers the best platform to build successful business relationships through its vast and rapidly expanding network of professionals and corporations across a wide spectrum of businesses in the United States, China, Southeast Asia, and other parts of the world.


Happy New Year!

With best regards,

Siva Yam, CPA, CFA


U.S.-China Chamber of Commerce

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