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Short story competition: The case of the missing polar bear lantern

2016 was the year of the monkey in the Chinese zodiac – but it wasn’t a monkey lantern that went missing from the Auckland Lantern Festival.

Track II / News
Webinar: Kevin Rudd and Helen Clark discuss increasingly assertive China

Former prime ministers Kevin Rudd and the Helen Clark look at the ambitions of contemporary China under the leadership of Xi Jinping.

Education / News
Taking up the Mandarin challenge

Classrooms around the country rung with the sound of kids practicing Chinese phrases to mark New Zealand Chinese Language Week, which ran from 26 September to 2 October.

Track II / News
Opinion: NZ should speak up for human rights

In this article Vinod Bal looks at Wellington’s response to Beijing’s treatment of the Uyghur people, and explains why a firmer stance might be required.

Arts / News
IN TOUCH - Nothing Is

We chat with choreographer Lucy Marinkovich about her IN TOUCH arts commission dance work Nothing Is.

Leadership Network / News
Looking to the past to inform our future

Leadership Network member Emily Wilby reflects on attending the network's Otago History Hui and looks at how racism and racist policies are impacting Chinese New Zealanders to this day.

Leadership Network / News
Hui sheds light on the lives of first Chinese in Otago

Sixteen Leadership Network members explored the history of Chinese in Otago this month, learning from academics and lived experiences to shed light on this part of New Zealand’s history.

Business / News
NZ-China relations - business summit tackles the big questions

Former business intern Edward Smith outlines some of the key topics discussed at the China Business Summit held in Auckland recently.

Research / News
Research looks at new framework for teaching international students from China

Cultural assumptions may be impacting how international students from China engage at New Zealand tertiary institutions and how they are taught needs to be revised, says educator Jeremy Taylor.

News / News
Voices from Asia - NZ businesses must stay engaged

We talk to NZ's trade commissioner to Shanghai Richard Dunsheath about life in (post-Covid?) Shanghai and how the pandemic has impacted Chinese consumer behaviour and NZ businesses operating there.

Leadership Network / News
Communities unite to remember ancestors lost at sea

Leadership Network member Ben Matthews looks at the sinking of the SS Ventnor off the Hokianga coast in 1902, which set in motion a story of connection between local Māori and the Chinese community.

Business / News
NZ China Council internship "challenging and exciting"

William Spear says his internship with the NZ China Council has given him new found appreciation of the complexities and importance of NZ's relationship with China.

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