Executive Members of the 9th GMCCA Council

April 2019 –

  • President
    • Mr. Sean Song
  • Vice President
    • Ms. Rui Niu
    • Mr. Wenjun Zhang
  • Secretary General
    • Ms. Yukun Zhou
  • Treasure
    • Mr. Yaoshi You
    • Nengli liu
    • Nan Zheng
  • The principal of Chinese School
    • Ms. Yukun Zhou
  • Member Services
    • Mr. Wenjun Zhang
    • Mr. Yan Zeng
    • Ms. Ping Qian
  • Arts
    • Ms. Jie Liang
    • Ms. Peilin Wu
    • Ms. Guanjie Zhao
  • Public Relations
    • Ms. Rui Niu
    • Mr. Sai Tao
    • Ms. Zhixin Wen
  • Media Planning
    • Ms. Rui Niu
    • Ms. Futong Kang
  • Information Technology
    • Mr. Yuan Ren
    • Mr Guodong Wu
  • Honorary President
    • Mr. Mingkun Gu

2020 Chinese New Year Gala

The well-expected 2020 Chinese New Year Gala, themed as “Chinese New Year Sweet Care, Care Suite” will be held on the Chinese New Year Day, January 25, 2020 at Moncton Wesleyan Celebration Centre. 

From 13:30 to 15:30, there will be an interactive cultural experience session with cultural exhibits, arts corner, traditional Chinese carnival games, food court and silent auction followed by an amazing lively performance show of song and dance from 16:00 till 18:00. 

This year the Greater Moncton Chinese Cultural Association (GMCCA) is partnering with the Friends of The Moncton Hospital Foundation to raise funds from the Gala to support the creation of the Paediatric Complex Care Suite at The Moncton Hospital. All proceeds generated from the event will be donated to the Friends.

Tickets can be purchased online from Eventbrite, or offline from any of the locations below:

  • Café Cognito, 581 Main St, Moncton, NB E1C 1C6  (506) 854-4888
  • Marc’s Fried Clams, 300 Elmwood Dr, Moncton, NB E1A 6V2  (506) 857-3176
  • ASA Sushi Restaurant, 1224 Mountain Rd, Moncton, NB E1C 2T4  (506) 382-2200
  • Midtown Motel & Suites, 61 Weldon St, Moncton, NB E1C 5V9  (506) 388-5000
  • Silvery Moon Restaurant, 698 Coverdale Rd, Riverview, NB E1B 3K6  (506) 387-4700
  • Won Wong Chinese Restaurant, 332 Champlain St, Dieppe, NB E1A 1P3  (506) 855-3333
  • Dai Lam Trading, 365 Frenette Ave Moncton NB E1H3S5
  • General Admission $20
  • Kids (Aged 6-13) $10
  • Free for kids under the age of 6
  • Seniors (Aged 65 and above) $10

Looking forward to seeing you at the Gala to celebrate the most important Chinese traditional festival and spread love in a wider community!

SEEKING – The Wuxi Song and Dance Theatre of China

Click here to get ticket online

Click here to get ticket online

GMCCA Chinese New Year Gala 2019

GMCCA Chinese New Year Gala 2018

Here we are welcoming the special festival of the year for all Chinese. Under the vast sky full of whirling snow, we find our friends in traditional clothes gathered together to celebrate this moment. We are warmed by the excitement and passion for The Spring Festival.

In the past year, there might be thousands of times that little things in your life reminded you of that place which we call home, where you grew up and lived, and snow is located thousands of miles away. All these thoughts were turned into hard workings. We embraced different cultures, and tried to integrate into the new environment. Most importantly, we keep in introducing our own culture to our neighborhood.

Moving forward, we know that there will always be a better year that awaits us. We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone and wish you a prosperous Chinese New Year.


GMCCA Sponsors – 2018


Greater Moncton Chinese New Year Gala 2018

The Greater Moncton Chinese Cultural Association is hosting the 2018 Greater Moncton Chinese New Year Gala at 4pm on February 17, 2018, at Molson Canadian Centre at Casino New Brunswick. Chinese New Year, also known as Spring Festival or Lunar New Year is the most important Chinese festival. This year, Chinese communities around the world come together to celebrate the year of dog.

The heart of Chinese New Year is ultimately a celebration of family and friends, hence the Greater Moncton Chinese Cultural Association invites you to come and join the colourful and festival celebration. Bring your family and friends to watch beautiful Chinese cultural performances including songs and dances, traditional Chinese music and musical instrument. As well as taste delicious buffet. Come one come all!

Ticket price:
 > Member $30 (advance purchase), $35 (at the door)
 > Non-member $40 (advance purchase), $45 (at the door)
 > Children (4-12) $20
 > Children (under 4) $1
 > Group of 10 or more: $35 per person (advance purchase only)
 No reimbursement unless event is cancelled
Reserve your tickets at:
 > Online: http://www.casinonb.ca/greater-moncton-chinese-new-year-gala-2018 or at New Brunswick Casino gift shop, tel: 506-943-8849
 > Rong Qin & Lijuan He, Won Wong Restaurant, tel: (506) 855-3333, 332 Champlain St, Dieppe
 > William Zhang, Jojo Restaurant, tel: (506) 858-5288, 881 Main St, Moncton
 Sarah, East Coast Canada Travel, tel: (506)962-1897, 22 Church St, suite T419, Moncton
 > Hong Liao, Near East Chinese Market & Restaurant, tel: (506) 204-8888, 342 Coverdale Rd, Riverview
 > Judy Wu, Silvery Moon Restaurant, tel: (506) 387-4700, 698 Coverdale Rd, Riverview
 > Siti Yu, tel: (506) 384-2316

Where to apply for medicare card?

Service New Brunswick

Assumption Place
770 Main Street,
Moncton, New Brunswick E1C 1E7

General Information: 

(506) 856-2204

Hours of Operation: Mon to Fri : 8:15 am – 5:00 pm

Sat :8:45 am – 12:00 noon

Frequently Called Numbers: 

CALL CENTRE ONLY: Within North America: 1-888-762-8600 (no charge dial) Outside North America: 1 (506) 684-7901

Reception: (506) 856-2204  Mon – Fri 8:15 am – 5:00 pm Sat :8:45 am – 12:00 noon

Fax: (506) 856-2987

Email: snb@snb.ca

Web Site:  http://www.snb.ca/e

Contact us

  • Sean Song
  • Tel: 506-961-5375
  • Email: info@gmcca.ca
  • Address: 653 St. George Blvd, Moncton NB, E1E 2C2


  1. Mission Statement

The Greater Moncton Chinese Cultural Association is a non-political and non-profit organization whose mission is to:

1)  Promote appreciation and understanding of Chinese culture among the local Chinese as well as members of the general public of the Greater Moncton area who are interested in Chinese culture;

2) Develop and facilitate socializing activities among the local Chinese and with members of the Moncton area communities;

3) Organize Chinese cultural and social events to promote friendship among people in the Greater Moncton area who are interested in Chinese culture;

4) Organize Chinese educational activities and programs;

5) Develop resources to provide service and assistance to the Chinese community and in particular to those who are new to the Greater Moncton area.

  1. General Structure of the Association

The Governing Board

The General Assembly

  1. Membership and Fees

Membership is open in two forms to all persons of the Greater Moncton area who are interested in Chinese culture and in supporting the activities of the Association.

    • Commitment to over five hours’ voluntary service annually to the Association’s activities. Or
    • Payment of an annual membership fee as follows:

Student membership: 5$/year

Individual membership: 10$/year

Family membership: 20$/year

Institution membership: 200$/year

Membership fees are subjected to renew annually by the General Assembly.

  1. The Governing Board

Composition: President

Vice-(or Deputy) President(s)



Directors of committees

Choice of Board members:

The President and the Vice-Presidents are elected in General Assembly from a list of consenting nominees from the members. Secretary, Treasurer and Directors of committees will be nominated by the President. All Board members will serve the Association during two years and can be re-elected.


The President: General direction and coordination of the activities of the Association and presides at the meetings of the General Assembly and at the Board meetings. The President must speak fluently Mandarin and at least one Canadian official language.

The Vice-Presidents: Assisting the President in all the activities of the Association and replacing the President at meetings in the latter’s absence.

The Secretary: Giving notice of meetings, taking notes and keeping the requisite documents for meetings.

The Treasurer: Keeping the Association’s bank account, payment expenses and receipt of monies paid to the Association, and presenting regular financial statement to the Board and the General Assembly.

The Directors of Committees: Nominating members and organizing activities of their own Committees.

  1. The General Assembly

Two weeks before the annual General Assembly of the election year, the Governing Board gives notice to all members for election of the President and Vice-Presidents for the next term. The list of nominees must be ready for the General Assembly.

All members in good standing may exercise their voting rights in decision making at meetings and in elections including the annual General Assembly.

During the annual General, the President presents the annual report.

  1. Frequency of Meetings

The General Assembly of the Association shall meet at least once a year (annual General Assembly);

The Governing Board shall meet at least twice a year.

  1. Call of Meetings

Meetings of the General Assembly: One of the following persons or groups of persons can call a General Assembly meeting provided a notice is communicated to all members of the Association two weeks before the meeting:

– The President

– At least 1/3 of the members of the Association.

Meetings of the Governing Board: One of the following persons or groups of persons can call a Board meeting provided a notice is communicated to all members of the Board one week before the meeting:

– The President

  1. Elections and Decisions

The various officers shall be chosen and decisions are taken by a majority vote at the General Assembly level.

1) Who Can Vote on the General Assembly?

    1. a)All individual members
    2. b)Up to 2 family members aged 18 years or older in a family membership
    3. c)Up to 3 representatives of an institution membership
    4. d)No proxy is allowed for individual members and family members

2) How to Nominate Candidates of the President and Vice Presidents?

    1. a)All members and/or representatives defined in 1) can nominate candidates and be nominated as a candidate for the President and Vice-Presidents
    2. b)Up to six nominees who receive the most nominations and are willing to run for the President or Vice President will be the final candidates.

3) How to Elect the President and Vice-Presidents?

    1. a)All members and/or representatives defined in 8.1) must vote in person for the candidates on the General Assembly. All those members who do not show up on the General Assembly and do not make an advance vote are considered to have given up their rights to vote.
    2. b)Every candidate should submit a written proposal to the Election Group within 3 days after the nomination deadline. The proposal should show his/her plans what he/she would do for GMCCA if he/she is elected. The Election Group should forward the proposal to all members once received.
    3. c)Every candidate should also explain his/her plans what he/she would do for GMCCA before voting in a speech on the General Assembly.
    4. d)Effective votes are all votes except the abstention votes and the invalid votes.A candidate shall receive at least 1/2 of all effective votes to be the President; a candidate shall receive at least 1/4 of all effective votes to be the Vice President; a candidate shall receive at least 1/6 of all effective votes to be the 2nd Vice President. When this condition is satisfied, the candidates who receive the most votes, the 2nd most votes and the 3rd most votes will be the President, the Vice President and the 2nd Vice President respectively
    5. e)If no candidates are willing to run, or if no candidates are elected to replace the President and/or Vice-President(s), all the Association’s activities shall be put on held and the General Assembly shall reorganize a voting in two weeks till the new President is elected.
    6. f)The election for President and Vice-President(s) shall normally take place on the last weekend of March in the election year. If the election cannot be held on that weekend due to special reasons, upon request by the Election Group and approval by the current Governing Board, the election can be held on an alternative date.

4)  Members of the Election Group

    1. a)The Council shall nominate an Election Group consisting of three members. The responsibilities of the group are to collect requests for amendments to the constitution, to collect nominations of candidates for the President and Vice Presidents and to organize the election.
    2. b)All nominations must be made on the provided nomination form and amendment request form. The completed forms should be sent to all members of the group if submitted through emails. If a member has no Internet access, he/she can send the completed form with signature to anyone of the group via mails or in person.
    3. c)The group will keep all members updated with the latest status on the preparation for the General Assembly and Election.

5) The Impeachment and Dismissal of President and Vice-President(s)

    1. a)If the performance of the current President and/or Vice-President(s) is not satisfied, a temporary General Assembly can be called to impeach and dismiss President and/or Vice-President upon jointly requested by over 1/3 of all members of the association. The dismissal will take effect if over half of all members of the association vote in favor of the motion. New President and/or Vice-President(s) shall be appointed through a by-election. The elected new President and/or Vice-President(s) will continue to finish the remaining term of current Governing Board.

9. Amendments and Modifications

This Constitution will take effect after adoption at the first General Assembly. Modifications can be made if proposed by the President and adopted by the General Assembly.

1) All members and/or representatives defined in 8.1) can request for amendments to the Constitution.

2) An amendment request must be seconded by at least one other member for the request to be voted on the General Assembly.

3) All requests for amendments will be voted on the General Assembly. The originator of an amendment request must explain the requested amendment in details before voting on the amendment request.

4) If the favour votes on an amendment request are more than the opposite votes, the request is approved and the amendment will be part of the amended constitution.

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