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National President’s Notebook July-August 2010

SHANGHAI WORLD EXPO VISIT JULY The World Expo was more than our delegation of twelve Society members expected as the guests of the Shanghai... Read more

Bill Willmott on Radio NZ National

Prof Bill Willmott, Past National President, was interviewed on 25 July on Sunday Morning with Chris Laidlaw. Bill told Ideas about the Gung... Read more
James Bertram

James Bertram Scholarships

Understanding China is essential for the future of New Zealand, according to a businessman who has funded a new scholarship at Victo... Read more

National President’s Notebook May 2010

PROJECTS TOUR VACANCIES There are a few vacancies on this year’s October project tour that has an emphasis on our project partners balanced... Read more

NZCFS Gansu Projects Visit Report, April 2010

Dave Bromwich and Roger Davies visited NZCFS projects in Gansu during April. These projects aim to continue Rewi Alley's leg... Read more

National President’s Notebook April 2010

GARDEN TOUR SETS OFF 17 April sees a very large group of enthusiasts led by Bill Willmott and Di Madgin arrive in Shanghai to commence our ... Read more

National President’s Notebook March 2010

NATIONAL EXECUTIVE MEETING Last Saturday we had an excellent meeting in Wellington unfortunately inside while the City bathed in sunshine. ... Read more

Taking a bus in China ‐ Fuzhou, Fujian province

Many people visit China as a tourist and never experience the delights and tribulations (though the latter are slight and rare...) of goin... Read more

Chinese Horticulturists

Extract from the diary of two English teachers in Fuzhou, Fujian province (2009) In our many walks around and near the campus of Hwa Nan Wo... Read more

National President’s Notebook February 2010

2010 YEAR OF THE TIGER Chinese New Year is on 14 February this year when we commence the Chinese Year of the Tiger. People born in the year... Read more

National President’s Notebook December 2009

REWI ALLEY MAKES TOP TEN Great news! Over 56 million votes cast recently on an internet survey organised by China Radio International to fi... Read more