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    New Zealand Education Minister Visits Peking University and the NZ Centre

    18/06/2010-New Zealand Education Minister Visits Peking University and the NZ Centre

    A delegation led by New Zealand’s Minister of Education, Honourable Anne Tolley, visited Peking University and the New Zealand Centre on 18 June 2010. This high-level delegation included the Ministry of Education’s Chief Executive, Ms Karen Sewell. Read more...

    National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries Visits Peking University

    25/05/2010-National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries Visits Peking University

    A delegation of students and faculty staff representing the University of Auckland’s National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries (NICAI) visited Peking University on 25 May 2010. Led by NICAI’s Associate Dean (Postgraduate) Dr Nicholas Rowe, the delegation embarked on a busy day of activities Read more...

    New Zealand Prime Minister John Key Delivers Speech at Peking University

    12/12/2009-New Zealand Prime Minister John Key Delivers Speech at Peking University

    Read the speech by Prime Minister John Key delivered at Peking University in 2009. The speech title is "New Zealand and China: Our Shared Economic Future" - which was delivered to an audience of academics, dignitaries, and students. Read more...

    New Zealand Ambassador Carl Worker Delivers Speech to New Zealand Studies Students

    25/11/2009-New Zealand Ambassador Carl Worker Delivers Speech to New Zealand Studies Students

    Carl Worker addressed the students of the New Zealand Centre’s undergraduate course, New Zealand History and Culture. In a presentation lasting two hours, Ambassador Worker gave the students a broad overview of the historical features, current dynamics and future prospects of China-New Zealand relations. Read more...

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