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Remembering Christine Ward

Nelson branch secretary Christine Ward passed away during the night of September 12, at the age of 80. She had entered hospital with complic... Read more

Rewi Alley Commemoration Hall opens

The New Zealand Bailie Training Base and New Zealand China Friendship Society have joined together to continue the work of Rewi Alley to cel... Read more

Kathleen Hall, International Webinar

On 29 July 2021, the online webinar of “China-New Zealand Friendship Envoy-in Commemoration of Kathleen Hall’s 125th Birthday” was held. ... Read more

The NZCFS Youth Take

Many people say the world post-COVID will never be the same, the world is still in the midst of COVID, plus, the world is always changing, n... Read more

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
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Announcing National Executive confirmed at AGM

National President: Dave Bromwich (Hawkes Bay)Vice Presidents:Northern: Miao Fan (Hamilton) Central: Chris Lipscombe (Wellingt... Read more

Culture Galore Saturday 20 February

Culture Galore is an annual multicultural festival in Christchurch that celebrates the city's diversity with food, arts and crafts, music a... Read more

OBITUARY: Jack Grant-Mackie (27 Aug 1932 – 20 Feb 2021)

It is with great sadness that we record the death of Jack Grant-Mackie, a friend of China and a stalwart of the Auckland Branch for more tha... Read more

Annual Prizegiving Ceremony

About 15 - 20 years ago, Christchurch branch stalwarts Bill Willmott and Di Madgin were aware of a large number of young Chinese student... 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