This section contains links to several relevant websites and resources about China.
China Friendship Societies
- Australia: Australia China Friendship Society, Ltd (2006) – established 1982. Australia China Society was preceded by the Australia China Friendship Society (Melbourne – 1951, Sydney – 1952).
- The New Zealand China Maori Friendship Charitable Trust (Chin-Māo) – Chin-Māo began in 1984 to develop mutually beneficial relationships between Māori and Chinese peoples.
- UK: Society for Anglo-Chinese Understanding (SACU) – established 1965. The British-China Friendship Association (1949-1960s) preceded the SACU.
- USA: US China Peoples Friendship Association – established 1974.
- USA: USCPFA Chattanooga (Tennessee) Chapter
- USA: USCPFA Minnesota Chapter
- USA: USCPFA Northeast (Albany), New York Chapter
- Chinese Calligraphy Editor – for calligraphic versions of Chinese characters.
- Chinese Character Dictionary – for translating both English and Chinese text.
- Legends and Tales of China – A New Way to Learn about the Chinese Language
- MDBG free online Chinese-English dictionary – for translating both English and Chinese text.
Chinese News Sources
- Beijing Review
- China Daily
- Global Times – recommended by the Xinhua reporter in Wellington.
- People’s Daily
- Xinhua News
Other Useful Links
- ‘Milk in China, 2011’ – PowerPoint presentation given by Dr Hong Chen of Fonterra to HBC branch, July 2011.
- Asia New Zealand Foundation
- China and New Zealand Business Council
- Confucius Institute at University of Auckland
- Confucius Institute at University of Canterbury
- Confucius Institute at Victoria University of Wellington
- CPAFFC – Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries.
- Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in NZ
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
- New Zealand China Council
- New Zealand China Trade Association
- New Zealand Chinese Association
- New Zealand Trade and Enterprise – offers a wealth of information on doing business in China.
- PRC: Background Paper on the Situation of the Tibetan Population – A Writenet Report by Prof. Colin P. Mackerras, commissioned by United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, 2005
- Sister Cities New Zealand