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Trade with China a boon for developing nations

This report from Andy Boreham expresses the viewpoint of a Bangladeshi doctoral student, Mohammed Saiyedul Islam in Shanghai, attending the ... Read more

New Zealand Chinese Language Week: 26 September – 2 Octobe...

New Zealand Chinese Language Week: 26 September - 2 October New Zealand Chinese Language Week (NZCLW) is a Kiwi-driven initiative launched ... Read more

Professor Bill Willmott Passes Away

On the evening of 12th October, Professor Bill Willmott passed away. Bill Willmott was born in 1932 in Chengdu, Sichuan, the son of Canadia... Read more

Increase in scam complaints, says Banking Ombudsman

This article is also available in ChineseThe ‘Chinese Embassy’ scam, targeting Chinese New Zealanders, is an example of the lengths scam... Read more

Christine Ward–Messages and Essay

Christine Ward’s passing has left us all grieving. Barbara Markland and Bruce Ward have received a number of messages from NZCFS members and... Read more

Dave Feickert Book published

Many NZCFS members will remember the late Dave Feickert, who was President of the Whanganui branch, and who did many good things in help... Read more

China National Day

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, the Consulate-General in Christchurch did not hold a reception this year. Instead, it made some video ... Read more

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

New Zealand China Council Insight page launched

A new ‘Insight’ page has been launched on the NZCC’s website. The page will host explainer videos, interviews, discussions and speeches on t... 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

Two He Mingqing Scholars selected

NZCFS' He Mingqing Scholarship Committee received three recommendations in August 2021: two recommended by Shaanxi Women's Federation, and o... Read more