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Christchurch Branch Newsletter – October 2013

 Monthly Meeting  Speaker: Dr Rosanne Hawarden Topic: Seven wonders of the medieval maritime world: Massive harbours, man-made islands, an...

Christchurch Branch Newsletter – September 2013

IMPORTANT: Please note, there will be no monthly meeting in September, because we have the National Day Banquet on Sunday 29th September (...

Christchurch Branch Newsletter – May 2013

View Newsletter As PDF The conference is almost here!! Yes, our national conference will be held right here in Christchurch, 24 – 26 May! ...
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Christchurch Branch Newsletter – April 2013

  View Newsletter as PDF Next Meeting – 2nd May 2013  Speaker: Luba RuthThis month’s speaker will be Luba Roth. You will remembe...

NZCFS 2013 National Conference, Christchurch 24-26 May

NZCFS 2013 National Conference  24 – 26 May 2013 University of Canterbury, Lecture Theatre C1 (access off Clyde Road onto Arts Road),...

Christchurch Branch Newsletter – March 2013

View PDF Next Meeting – 28th March 2013 Speaker: Judy Livingston Judy and Eric took a group of photographers to China last April. While t...

Christchurch Branch Newsletter – February 2013

Next Meeting – Annual General Meeting 28 February 2013 The first meeting of the year always includes the branch’s Annual General Meeting. T...

Christchurch Branch Newsletter – December 2012

 View PDF     Next Meeting – Annual General Meeting 28 February 2013 The first meeting of the year always includes the branch’s Ann...

2012 Annual Prize Giving Ceremony

           Each year our branch presents prizes and certificates to the best students of Chinese ...

Christchurch Branch Newsletter – November 2012

view as PDF IMPORTANT We will not have a November meeting. This has been replaced by the annual prize giving ceremony at the CPIT on 3 Dec...

Christchurch Branch Newsletter – October 2012

View as PDF Next Meeting – 25 October 2012 Speaker: Madame Tan Xiutian We are honoured to have Mme Tan Xiutian, who has been the Consul-G...