Thank you for attending our Annual Conference for 2019

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Events & News

Information about our upcoming events, past events, as well as relevant news articles, are available here.

UPCOMING EVENTS

The Spirit of Budō: The History of Japan’s Martial Arts

The Embassy of Japan and Victoria University of Wellington, in association with the Japan Foundation, cordially invites you to the opening of the Japan Foundation’s 2019 Travelling Exhibition: The Spirit of Budō: The History of Japan’s Martial Arts!
Date/time: Tuesday 2 July, 6pm
Venue: The Atrium, Faculty of Architecture and Design, Victoria University of Wellington, 139 Vivian Street, Te Aro Campus, Wellington
For more information, visit: The Embassy of Japan in NZ
If you would like to attend, please RSVP by 28 June, 5pm with this FORM.

2019 China-New Zealand Year of Tourism

The China-New Zealand Year of Tourism, to be celebrated in 2019, has launched its website!
The website is largely aimed at tourism businesses and organisations wishing to build stronger relationships with China.
View the website at: China-New Zealand Year of Tourism

Past Events

SCNZ Annual Conferences

SCNZ Air NZ Awards

SCNZ Youth Tour 2018

Kōrero Events

NEWS

New Plymouth Sister City Campaign Hots Up!

Ash Peters, founder of Texas BBQ Foods, has mounted a campaign for his hometown of New Plymouth to become Austin’s official New Zealand sister city.
Read the full article here: Scoop Regional News

July summit brings together young Chinese & Kiwi leaders

Senior school and first year university students from New Zealand and China will gather at St Andrew’s College in Christchurch this July for the New Zealand China Youth Leadership Summit (13 – 20/23 July 2019) to celebrate the two nations’ sister city links.
Read the full article here: Scoop Regional News

Cultural exchange as sister cities meet

Massey University hosted a Native American delegation as part of the recent annual New Zealand sister cities conference, which was held in Palmerston North.
The group from Palmerston North’s sister city Missoula included the delegation from Montana University who have been talking with Massey regarding indigenous programmes.
Read the full article here: Massey University Official Website

Tripartite 2019 meetings held in New Zealand to promote trade, innovation

The Tripartite 2019 meeting among Auckland, New Zealand, Guangzhou, China and Los Angeles, the United States, was launched on Monday to promote trade and innovation cooperation among the three Pacific cites.
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff delivered his opening speech by first acknowledging the importance of the Tripartite Economic Alliance and the sister city relations with Guangzhou and Los Angeles.
Read the full article here: Xinhuanet.com

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