CHINESE PARTICIPATION IN NZ SOCIETY
The Issues Group identified support for (Chinese) international students as a major issue for improving relationships with Asia. My wife Rosalind and I developed a paper Problems of (Chinese) International Students in New Zealand and how the community can help presented to Education New Zealand’s Homestay Co-ordinators’ Workshop 26 November 2003.
The Immigration Debate - An Asia 2000 Paper read the original here or the text version here.
Out of the Shadows: Emerging Politcal and Civil Participation of the Chinese in New Zealand by Dr Tim Beal, School of Marketing and International Business, Victoria University of Wellington, presented to.
Opportunities and Challenges: A New Zealand Perspective by Dr Tim Beal: Extracts from a Powerpoint presentation.
Chinese Participation in Civil Society, a short review by Steven Young. Sir Dryden Spring's speech to the Hong Kong Business Association: 27 August 2002 you can read the text here or the original from the Asia 2000 website here.
Ip, Manying "Chinese Business Immigrants to New Zealand: Transnationals or Failed Investors?" Re-examining Chinese Transnationalism in Australia-New Zeland. Manying Ip ed. Centre for the Study of the Chinese Southern Diaspora, Australian National University. 2001. Pp. 45-59.
Ip, Manying. "Political Participation of the Chinese in New Zealand: with special reference to the Taiwanese Immigrants" in Proceedings II The 4th International Chinese Overseas Overseas Conference. Academia Sincia, Taipei, 26-29 April 2001. pp. 178-191.2001.
Secretary of Foreign Affairs Neil Walter's speech "New Zealand/Asia relations: some reflections address to New Zealand Asia Institute, Auckland, 25 June 2002 you can read the text here or the original from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade website here.
Chloe Groser's article "Taiwanese way to integration" published in The Dominion Post, 11 September 2002
"Origins of Face Value" - a video produced by Amanda Dawes in which experts and people in the street discuss the difficulties Chinese have in being accepted as they try to integrate into New Zealand society.