（本报迈阿密专题报道，摄影：李月朋） 2021年9月23日，正是滨海迈阿密走进美丽金秋的时节。由拉丁美洲工商会（ CAMACOL）等主办的“汾酒杯2021迈阿密MMFM国际影视盛典暨金珍珠奖颁奖典礼”在Biltmore Hotel（巴尔帝摩）酒店隆重举行。大迈阿密亚裔商务联盟应邀出席了本次盛典。
参加当晚酒会的有国内外政商界的精英，包括迈阿密郡前郡长Mr.Regalado父子，拉丁美洲工商会会长Joe Chi先生, 大迈阿密亚裔商务联盟主席Kenny Tang先生, 副主席余学钧博士，美国佛州美中文化艺术交流协会主席周斯富先生，多拉尔市Doral副市长Digna Cabral、秘鲁大使Martha Lizzarraga、危地马拉领事Marco Antonio Muralles 、MMFM CEO Patricia Arias、以及来自欧洲、好莱坞的艺术家和应邀前来的机构代表、嘉宾等。在清香四溢的酒会上，Kenny Tang主席首先祝贺拉丁美洲工商会（CAMACOL）Joe Chi表示祝贺、迈阿密电影和媒体共同市场（MMFM）、山西杏花村汾酒国际贸易有限责任公司、美中文化艺术交流协会共同主办的第十一届迈阿密国际影视节——汾酒杯2021迈阿密MMFM国际影视盛典暨金珍珠奖颁奖盛典成功举办，并感谢拉丁美洲商会历年来为华裔企业站台背书，为来自中国的优质产品走入北美市场提供大力支持。
Miami’s Gold Autumn in Fen Wine Aroma
GMABC attended 2021 Miami MMFM International Film and TV Festival
（From Miami’s special report, photography credit: Yuepeng Li）September 23, 2021. A beautiful day in coastal Miami’s gold autumn. In Biltmore Hotel, a national historic landmark, The Latin Chamber of Commerce of the United States (CAMACOL) hosted the Fen Wine 2021 Miami MMFM International Film and TV Festival and Golden Pearl Award Ceremony. Greater Miami Asian Business Coalition (GMABC) was invited to attend this grand ceremony.
The prestigious event welcomed an influx of important and influential guests, including the former Miami County mayor Mr.Tomas Regalado and son Mr. Tommy Regalado, President of CAMACOL Joe Chi, President of GMABC Kenny Tang, Vice President of GMABC Dr. Jim Yu,President of Florida Sino-U.S. Cultural and Art Exchange Association Sifu Zhou, Councilwoman of the City of Doral Digna Cabral, Consul General of Peru Martha Lizzarraga, Commercial Counselor of Guatemala Marco Antonio Muralles, CEO of MMFM Particia Arias, and other invited representatives, guests, and artists from Europe and Hollywood. The banquet featured President Kenny Tang’s speech, in which he toasted to Joe Chi, the President of CAMACOL, MMFM, Shanxi Xinghuacun Fen Wine Factory Co. Ltd., and Sino-U.S. Cultural and Arts Exchange Association on the success of the grand ceremony. Mr. Kenny Tang also expressed gratitude for the unwavering support and endorsement of CAMACOL to Asian businesses, and the efforts of CAMACOL in establishing commercial linkages in the global marketplace.
The major host of the event, the Latin Chamber of Commerce of the United States (CAMACOL), is the largest Hispanic business organization in the State of Florida and one of the most influential minority business groups in the U.S. with 57 years of history. It has established broad commercial and cultural linkages with more than thirty countries and areas, fostering connections between the businesses throughout the globe, especially those in Latin America and Americas.
The Greater Miami Asian Business Coalition (GMABC) is a non-profit and non-political organization based in Florida. It is dedicated to facilitating commercial and cultural exchanges, fostering community development, and improving business climate in South Florida by leveraging its Asian connections in educational and professional arenas.
Both CAMACOL and GMABC are minority business organizations, which play an important role in the sustainable development of U.S. economy. Both entities expressed a keen desire for further extensive exchange and collaboration that will lead to enhanced business opportunities for Asian and Hispanic businesses.
From left to right:Dr.Jim Yu, Mr. Joe Chi, Mr.Kenny Tang
(From Left to Right: Kevin Yuan, Kenny Tang, Miami Ex Mayor Tomas Regalado, Tommy Regalado, Jim Yu)
From Left to Right: Miami Ex Mayor Tomas Regalado, Kenny Tang, Tommy Regalado
Founded in 1965, The Latin Chamber of Commerce of the United States, CAMACOL is the largest Hispanic business organization in the State of Florida and one of the most influential minority business groups in the United States.
For five decades, CAMACOL’s mission is to foster the entrepreneurial spirit of Florida’s Hispanic and minority communities, and as such, it conducts programs to strengthen local business activity, promote economic development, facilitate international commerce, and serve the civic needs of the community and state.
Through its Hemispheric Congress, its flagship program, CAMACOL has provided businesses with the opportunity of establishing commercial linkages in the domestic and international marketplace for more than three decades. As such, through its Hemispheric Congress, whose mission is to link businesses throughout the globe, promote Miami Dade County and the State of Florida as the Gateway State, CAMACOL has provided the business community with the opportunity of establishing commercial linkages in the international marketplace.
CAMACOL works with our community leaders and partners on local, statewide and national and international level to ensure that our economy recovers and grows. Our programs focus on fostering job creation, retention and development.
In essence CAMACOL’s mission as an economic developer is to develop and strengthen the small and minority business sectors and to facilitate activities that foster economic growth and jobs.
The Greater Miami Asian Business Coalition (GMABC) is a non-profit and non-political organization based in Florida. The GMABC works to facilitate commercial and cultural exchanges, foster community development and improve business climate in South Florida by bridging with our Asian connections in educational and professional arenas.
With over eight years of experience in excellent pro bono work in collaboration with local governmental agencies, educational entities and media platforms, the GMABC embraces an expansive network of talents and foresight. Our founders bring with them unique expertise in international cultural exchanges, public work,community organizing, and international commerce. Headquartered in the Greater Miami area, the GMABC is poised to take full advantage of a cosmopolitan platform married with its global connections, not only in North
America, but also in Latin America & the Caribbean.