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Liu Qibao meets New Zealand PM in Wellington

[2016-05-25 08:47]

Liu Qibao (left), the Communist Party of China Central Committee's publicity chief, meets with New Zealand Prime Minister John Key in Wellington on Tuesday.

Liu Qibao opens 2016 New Zealand China Film Week

[2016-05-24 15:58]

Liu Qibao and Minister for Culture and Heritage of New Zealand open the 2016 New Zealand China Film Week at New Zealand's national museum, Wellington, in New Zealand.

Stephen Chow opens New Zealand China Film Week

[2016-05-24 13:14]

Stephen Chow and actress Lin Yun during the ceremony marking the opening of 2016 New Zealand China Film Week.

Reporter's log: Despite changes, Seoul still warms the soul

[2016-05-24 08:21]

When I landed in Seoul in 1994 to cover the first-ever visit by a Chinese premier to the Republic of Korea, the two countries had established diplomatic ties just two years previously. I knew little about this country except for the 1988 Olympics and, of course, kimchi.

Integration 'holds the key to new growth of media'

[2016-05-24 08:21]

Through integration, traditional and new media can grow with new impetus in China and South Korea, Liu Qibao, head of publicity for the CPC Central Committee, said in Seoul on Monday.

Remote school with NZ ties trains technicians

[2016-05-20 16:26]

As the only foreigner working in Shandan, a remote county in Gansu province between the Gobi Desert and the Tibetan-Qinghai Plateau, Michael Forde occasionally feels isolated from his New Zealand home.

Chinese tourists flock in to see marvels of New Zealand

[2016-05-20 15:59]

China-New Zealand cultural exchange events to be held from May 24 with participation of senior officials from both countries are expected to boost people-to-people communications between the two countries.

Lure for a dairy giant: more babies and plenty of pizzas

[2016-05-20 16:22]

The New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra Co-operative Group Ltd, the world's largest dairy products exporter, is looking to China's new two-child policy to bolster its business in the country.

'Boutique option' for a quality education

[2016-05-20 15:52]

Students from China continue to show a strong interest in studying in New Zealand, its education and immigration authorities say.

FTA gives timely fillip to trade

[2016-05-19 16:59]

In the last few months, despite a slowdown in global trade, South Korea's exports of air purifiers to China have almost quadrupled while exports of leather bags have doubled.

Grasp strategic nous of ROK ties

[2016-05-19 16:59]

Bilateral ties between China and the Republic of Korea (ROK) are in very good shape, but both sides need to grasp the strategic significance of their relationship and to further deepen trade and people-to-people exchanges.

SAIC unveils big plans for e-vehicles

[2016-05-06 06:57]

The car industry may be taking tentative steps toward producing new energy vehicles with a focus on small models, but SAIC Motor Corp Ltd, China's largest automaker, is thinking big.

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