Several Chinese community members met with government representatives on 23 July, calling for a racism-free New Zealand, at Christchurch Rewi Alley Chinese School, the largest of its kind in the South Island. The recent “Racism is no joke” campaign has attracted big attention and provoked a great response from New
Cast-steel pipes to be shipped are seen at a port in Lianyungang, east China’s Jiangsu Province, July 16, 2020. China’s economy bounced back to growth in the second quarter this year as the country gradually resumed work and production after having the COVID-19 epidemic effectively contained, official data showed Thursday.
The Human Rights Commission is urging people in Aotearoa New Zealand to ‘give no voice to racism’ as it launches a new campaign featuring celebrated film maker Taika Waititi. Based on real-life experiences of racism in this country, the campaign aims to raise awareness of racist behaviour and the harm caused to those on the receiving end of it. To
New Zealand Race Relations Commissioner Meng Foon has launched the “Racism is No Joke” campaign to raise awareness of racism against Chinese and other Asian New Zealanders. “Since COVID-19, we’ve seen an increase in racism against Chinese and other Asian New Zealanders…This campaign will address online racism that often manifests
Consul General Wang Zhijian was invited to speak to South Island businesses at a webinar hosted by New Zealand China Trade Association (NZCTA) on June 26. NZCTA Chair Martin Thompson, and South Island member enterprises as well as several local mayors, councilors and economic development officials attended. The webinar was