$135 per person (paid by 30th April)
$150 per person (paid on or after 30th April)
Student: $60 per student
The registration form can either be downloaded (Registration_form.pdf) or can be submitted online below.
Conference Theme: WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A FRIEND OF CHINA
Friday Afternoon 21 May, open to all to attend.
|1.00–2.30||NZCFS Exec Meeting|
Saturday 22 May
|9.20||Key Note Speaker, Chinese Ambassador Wu Xi (by Zoom or speech to be read out, to be confirmed).|
|9.40–10.10||The Right Honourable Sir David Carter KNZM, NZCFS’ newly appointed patron.|
|10.30–11.00||Performance from Hawkes Bay Youth Orchestra and introduction to three exchange visits to China from|
|11.00-11.20||Naisi Chen, Labour list MP. Naisi was born in China, and came to New Zealand as a|
|11.20–11.40||Liz Remmerswaal, NZ representative of World BEYOND War, recipient Sonya Davies Peace Award 2017.|
|11.40-12.30||Feature on Kathleen Hall introduced by Miao Fan. It is the 125th anniversary of Kathleen Hall’s birth.|
|1.30-1.45||Introduce a new project to promote other New Zealanders who have been active in|
China over the last 100 years, and have known what it means to be a friend of China. A brief introduction to
some of the participants.
|1.45–2.15||Zoom connection to Beijing People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries|
(Beijing Youxie), to speak on the theme.
|2.15-3.00||Panel “What it means to be a friend of China”|
|3.40-4.30||Panel discussion continues with audience participation, questions from the floor.|
|7.00pm||Conference Banquet in the venue, theme of Chinese/local fusion, fitting with the conference theme.|
Sunday 23 May: Annual General Meeting
|1.30–3.00||Inaugural meeting NZCFS Executive.|