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    Peking University Staff

     

      

    Liu Shusen, Centre Director

    Liu Shusen of the College of Foreign Languages at Peking University is the China-based director for The New Zealand Centre at Peking University. As well as providing strategic guidance for the Centre, Professor Liu provides lectures on New Zealand literature for the New Zealand History and Culture course at Peking University. He serves as a key partner in raising the profile of New Zealand education in China.

    lshuseng@pku.edu.cn

     

      

    Liu Hongzhong, Centre Secretary

    Liu Hongzhong serves as the secretary for The New Zealand Centre and is primarily responsible for the organization of trips for Peking University students to New Zealand universities as part of an annual summer school programme. She is the term-time coordinator for the New Zealand History and Culture course at Peking University and provides instructional guidance students in the class.

    hzliu@pku.edu.cn

    New Zealand University Staff

     

      

    Stuart Morriss, Chair of the New Zealand Advisory Board

    Mr Morriss is the Assistant Vice-Chancellor Operations, International & University Registrar at Massey University. Based in Wellington, he has served as Chair of the New Zealand Advisory Board since January 2018 and seeks to reinforce the relationship between Peking University and the Centre's partner institutions in New Zealand.

    S.D.Morriss@massey.ac.nz

      

    Professor Paul Clark, New Zealand History and Culture Course Coordinator

    Professor Clark is the academic director responsible for the New Zealand History and Culture Undergraduate Course which is a key project at the New Zealand Centre. At Auckland University, Professor Clark supervises doctoral and Masters research on Chinese film, modern Chinese literature and modern Chinese history. He frequently visits Peking University to assist and direct centre activities, lecturing for the New Zealand studies course, and conducting his own research on Chinese society.

    paul.clark@auckland.ac.nz

    Advisor to the New Zealand Centre Board

     

      

    Charles J. Rowe

    Charles is a former Liaison Officer of the New Zealand Centre and a graduate of Peking University. He is an official of the New Zealand Government and is responsible for international trade missions. He remains a contracted advisor to the New Zealand Centre Board and is available for all digital media enquiries.

    Email contact: charlesjohnrowe@gmail.com Phone contact: (+64) 27 235 8550

    Centre Liaison Officers (for all initial enquiries about the Centre)

     

      

    Tony Fiddis

    Tony is a law graduate of Victoria University, Wellington. He is at present studying towards a Masters in International Relations at Peking University as a recipient of the New Zealand Prime Minister's Scholarship for Asia. He was awarded the Lingyun Award for Academic Excellence and is writing extensively on trade law and regulation. You can contact Tony for all enquiries regarding the Centre, partner institutions, visiting fellowships, scholarships, and upcoming events.

    Email contact: tfidd@hotmail.com Phone contact: (+86) 156 5263 3711

      

    Mia Chung

    Mia is a graduate of The University of Auckland with a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science Conjoint degree, majoring in Geography and Chinese. She is currently studying Chinese at the School of Chinese as a Second Language at Peking University, and is a recipient of the New Zealand-China Scholarship. At present she is also a Liaison Officer at the New Zealand Centre, and a teaching assistant for the New Zealand History and Culture course at Peking University.

    Email: mchu823@aucklanduni.ac.nz 

    Phone Contact: (+86) 130 0117 4819

    Samantha Steel

    Sam is a graduate of the University of Otago with a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Chinese and Asian Studies. She was also previously a Liaison Officer at the New Zealand Centre in 2016 while studying Chinese at Peking University as a recipient of the New Zealand-China Scholarship. At present she is studying towards a Masters in Chinese Studies at the University of Wuerzburg in Germany, on exchange at the School of International Relations at Peking University.

    Email: slksteel@yahoo.co.nz
    Phone: (+86) 135 5279 8045

     

    Daniel Cullen

    Daniel's Major is in Linguistics and Chinese at Massey University's Auckland campus. Currently he is studying Business Chinese at the School of Chinese as a Second Language in Peking University. While at Peking University Daniel is also a Liaison Officer at the New Zealand Centre and a teaching assistant for the New Zealand History and Culture course.