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National President Dave Bromwich

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Dave joined NZCFS in 1991, and after a three year stint as Hawkes Bay Branch President he has served on National Executive since 2000, including 8 years as vice-president, and National President since 2014.

He has visited China in excess of 45 times, with a total of more than 8 years spent in China. His main activity has been in rural development consultancy, focusing on assisting with the development of cooperatives through a range of private and NZCFS projects. He is also a vice-chair of Gung Ho (International Committee for the Promotion of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives), working largely in the North-west of China. Inspiration comes from the earlier work of Rewi Alley. He has been contact person between NZCFS and Shandan Bailie School, where he has facilitated the placement of teachers since 2001, and where the NZCFS rural development projects were initially based.

NZCFS in the world arena

The build up to the 100th anniversary commemoration of the founding of the PRC has been a very active time.  There are a number of engagemen... Read more

Ancient Wisdom in a new Policy Framework

I would like to address the two issues of Rural Revitalisation and Ecological Civilisation in reverse order.The Concept of Ecologica... Read more

The CPC: Celebrating 100 Years

Looking back:A brief history of China and the CPC in an interactive video.  Understanding the CPC todayWith over 95 mill... Read more

Rewi Alley and his legacies

Rewi Alley leaves us three main legacies. Bailie Education, Gong He, and internationalism. New Zealand China Friendship (NZCFS) is his k... Read more

Xinjiang Issues

This article by SM Hali - “Exposing the Occident’s baseless lies about Xinjiang” - appeared in Pakistan’s ‘Daily Times’ on February 13, 2021... Read more

What the Hong Kong Narrative Gets Wrong

The Hong Kong situation continues to attract attention from Western media, and Western governments appear to have adopted a rigid position o... Read more

Xinjiang Issues

This article by SM Hali - “Exposing the Occident’s baseless lies about Xinjiang” - appeared in Pakistan’s ‘Daily Times’ on February 13, 2021... Read more

Farewell Bing Fon

Very sadly, Bing Fon passed away on December 29, 2020 after being admitted to hospital for 9 days with shortness of breath, eventually suffe... Read more

Happy New Year of the Ox

2020 was certainly a year of challenges for us all - as individuals, for the nation, for the world. The closing days and first two weeks o... Read more

Misrepresentation of China’s Attitude towards Minority Lan...

While the West continues to discredit China, there are plenty of articles and clips to counter the misrepresentation.If you believe that... Read more

Educational situation of Xinjiang Uygur Muslims has got improved (A piece by Michael Heinrich, China Daily.com)As a German scholar hire... Read more