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2019 China-New Zealand Year of Tourism: Things to know

A mix of academics, policymakers, tourist attraction agencies and operators came ...

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NZ China Council Investment Report “Understanding Chinese...

Our investment report “Understanding Chinese Investment in New Zealand” ...

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Speech to NZCC Southern Link Conference

Hon David Parker Sir Don McKinnon, Chair of the NZ China Council and Patron of the ...

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The future is in your hands - go build it

Dajia hao, tena koutou katoa. My thanks to Jan Fitzgerald and her colleagues at the ...

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UMS partners with New Zealand China Trade Association (NZCTA)

United Media Solution (UMS), New Zealand’s leading Chinese digital marketing ...

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China’s WeChat enters New Zealand

China’s WeChat enters New Zealand

Life just got way easier for NZ’s 400,000 Chinese tourists as China’s WeChat enters the New Zealand payments market with WePay.WeChat is the app of choice for over 800 million Chinese users and has now partnered with New Zealand Company, Pure NZ Gateway Ltd, to provide local retailers with the ability to receive...

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Alibaba Group commits to ANZ market

Alibaba Group commits to ANZ market

Alibaba Group (NYSE:BABA), the world's largest online and mobile commerce company, has taking another step in its globalisation strategy, meeting with key Australian and New Zealand stakeholders to advance its local operations and further the ability of ANZ businesses to reach international consumers.Alibaba Group’s...

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NZ China Council 2016 Media Award Winners

NZ China Council 2016 Media Award Winners

The New Zealand China Council held its annual Media Awards on 27 July.  Approximately 80 journalists, business people and community leaders attended the awards at the ANZ Centre, which are held to encourage and celebrate excellence in reporting on the New Zealand China relationship. TVNZ's Corin Dann was named supreme...

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Wintec Media Arts students head to China with Prime Minister’s Scholarship

Wintec Media Arts students head to China with Prime ...

Six Wintec Media Arts students will head to China in September after being awarded the prestigious Prime Minister’s Scholarships for Asia. Students Eliza Webster, Adam Edwards, Mason Holloway, Rosie Stanaway, Christopher Singh and Peter Mark Stevenson – who study a combination of fine arts (painting and sculpture)...

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Tai Poutini Polytechnic launches China-based Earthkeepers

Tai Poutini Polytechnic launches China-based Earthkeepers

Tai Poutini Polytechnic (TPP) has launched a brand new joint venture in Southern China, bringing environmental and outdoor education to urban Chinese children. Earthkeepers is a new programme being delivered from this week by TPP on the ground in China in partnership with a local sports and recreation organisation. The...

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Hawkins and China Construction JV signs up for Park Hyatts

Hawkins and China Construction JV signs up for Park Hyatts

Hawkins Group and China Construction will be working in a joint venture to deliver Park Hyatt Auckland in the Wynyard Quarter, following a contract signing with Fu Wah International Group in June.The seven storey hotel will have a total floor area of 29,000 square metres, 195 rooms, food and beverage outlets, event spaces, a...

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Education agreement set to boost Chinese student numbers

Education agreement set to boost Chinese student numbers

Dunedin's Mayoral-led delegation to China has signed a major education agreement which has the potential to lift Chinese student numbers into the city considerably. Mayor of Dunedin Dave Cull signed the agreement in Beijing on behalf of the Dunedin City Council with JJL, one of the largest education consulting and service...

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Bringing China Home, Chinese stories and objects in Hawke's Bay

Bringing China Home, Chinese stories and objects in ...

Connections between China and Hawke’s Bay go back to the mid-1800s, through art, travel, trade and conflict.This long association is highlighted in a new exhibition, Bringing China Home, which opened on 15 July at MTG Hawke’s Bay.The exhibition has been curated by Associate Professor James Beattie from the...

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Auckland Airport photo exhibition on display in Beijing

Auckland Airport photo exhibition on display in Beijing

Beijing Capital International Airport (BCIA) invited Auckland Airport to display a photo exhibition in its busy international terminal.The exhibition, which ran until mid-July, was officially launched at an event attended by the New Zealand embassy and airline and airport officials.As well as being Auckland Airport’s...

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University of Canterbury grows China business connections

University of Canterbury grows China business connections

Chinese business and culture is increasingly accessible to University of Canterbury (UC) students through an annual study tour to China, reciprocal exchange visits, and other on-campus initiatives. No other university in New Zealand offers the same unique experience as UC’s School of Business and Economics MGMT228...

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Tip Top to Trial E-Commerce Sales in China

Tip Top to Trial E-Commerce Sales in China

Tip Top is to trial online sales of New Zealand-made ice cream in China – the world’s biggest ice cream market.Research from Mintel shows the total market value for ice cream sales in China increased by 90% between 2008 and 2014 to reach US$11.4 billion. The take-home ice cream segment, which Tip Top is targeting,...

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Rotorua Signs Partnership Agreement With China

Rotorua Signs Partnership Agreement With China

Rotorua mayor Steve Chadwick says a memorandum of understanding she signed in China, while key-note speaker at a tourism conference, will help Rotorua reach its goal of an annual $1 billion tourism spend in the district by 2030. Mayor Chadwick, pictured on Friday 27 May signing the memorandum of understanding with Wang Fei...

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