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  Brendan Corbett has been teaching at Shandan Bailie School, Gansu Province, China, since September, 2013.  He will finish his stint in Febru...
Nelson branch believes the story of Appo Hocton - Wong Ah Poo Hoc Ting, New Zealand’s first naturalised Chinese in 1853, deserves to be more widel...
Besides the research component of the internship, the trip itself provided many special memories.  Highlights included:a tree-planting trip organized ...
NZCFS can feel justly proud of its ability, through its contacts within the Chinese Government, to arrange for important people of both countries ...
Huo Yan stayed an extra week to go sightseeing in Queenstown where she went skiing and skydiving, and made a whistle-stop visit to Rotorua. Hou Yan sa...
Brendan (Ben) Corbett is the new English teacher appointed to teach at Shandan Bailie School in Gansu Province. The advert stated that the applica...
There’s been a swift and positive response to the NZCFS media tour to Shanghai and Beijing from 18- 24 May with live reports on radio during the tour ...
Te Papa Marae, 23rd April 2013. Ko te taura whiri, he whiri i te tangata The muka (flax fibre) cord is like the cord that connects people.  T...
NZCFS/Michael King Writers’ Centre first Writer’s Exchange gets extensive coverage in English Media in China The selection of Huo Yan as the first ...
The Society has established an “NZCFS Youth Internship” following the recent study for the Society by Inès Roth le Gentil where she suggested several ...
NZCFS has formed a partnership collaboration with Te Papa in their cooperation project with the National Museum of China to loan the historic Chai...

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