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"It is beyond my wildest dreams that a baby girl born in Shanghai, China, grew up in a Hong Kong apartment where eight families shared a single kitchen and bathroom to be New Zealand's first List M

  • Pansy Wong
  • Ethnic Affairs
  • Women's Affairs

Parts of Queen Street will be closed as Auckland celebrates the 2010 Diwali Festival of Lights to be hosted by the Asia New Zealand Foundation And Auckland City Council on Saturday October 30 at th

  • Pansy Wong
  • Ethnic Affairs

From November 1, people facing English language barriers will have a much easier time querying their power bill if their supplier is Genesis Energy.

  • Pansy Wong
  • Ethnic Affairs

Recognising outstanding workplace practices has been the hallmark of the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Trust and this evening businesses which demonstrated such practices were acknowledged in

  • Pansy Wong
  • Ethnic Affairs
  • Women's Affairs

The Office of Ethnic Affairs has been praised for its work in helping Christchurch's ethnic communities access accurate information on crisis assistance and other available services following the e

  • Pansy Wong
  • Ethnic Affairs
  • Earthquake Recovery

There will be no language barriers for people wanting to access information following the Christchurch earthquake with the emergency lines now connected to Language Line, Ethnic Affairs Minister Pa

  • Pansy Wong
  • Ethnic Affairs

Promoting and nurturing business links between India and New Zealand is the key objective of tomorrow's Business Leaders of India Forum, says Ethnic Affairs Minister, Pansy Wong.

  • Pansy Wong
  • Ethnic Affairs

Ethnic Affairs Minister Pansy Wong will attend the annual meeting of the Australian Ministerial Council for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs in Melbourne tomorrow.

  • Pansy Wong
  • Ethnic Affairs

Ethnic and Women's Affairs Minister Pansy Wong launched the Office of Ethnic Affairs and Ministry of Women's Affairs' joint Intimate Partner Violence Project's brochure - Speak Up, Seek Help, Sa

  • Pansy Wong
  • Ethnic Affairs
  • Women's Affairs

Ensuring ethnic communities have practical information about domestic violence and how to access support is the objective of the Intimate Partner Violence brochure launched today by Ethnic and Wome

  • Pansy Wong
  • Ethnic Affairs
  • Women's Affairs

Ethnic Affairs Minister Pansy Wong welcomes the release of the Asian workforce report by Employment Minister Hon Paula Bennett.  This is the first official report to focus on the importance an

  • Pansy Wong
  • Ethnic Affairs

Tena Koutou Katoa, Good Afternoon.

It is my pleasure to welcome you all today to the Dancing with the Dragon event.  My thanks to our hosts: the Office of Ethnic Affairs, the Confucius

  • Pansy Wong
  • Ethnic Affairs

"The 2010 Budget has delivered for ethnic communities through a fairer, more incentivised tax system and a commitment to creating safer communities" says Minister for Ethnic Affairs Pansy Wong.

  • Pansy Wong
  • Ethnic Affairs

New Zealand's Portuguese communities will today celebrate their place in our country's heritage by adding culturally significant ribbons to Parliament's Mooring Stone.

  • Pansy Wong
  • Ethnic Affairs

Tena Koutou Katoa and Good evening to you all.

  • Pansy Wong
  • Ethnic Affairs

Tena Koutou Katoa, Good Evening,

  • Pansy Wong
  • Ethnic Affairs

 

Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, warm greetings and good morning to you all.

 

  • Pansy Wong
  • Ethnic Affairs

 It is indeed a befitting time for the book launch and exhibition opening of Wong Ah Poo Hoc Ting (Appo Hocton) - New Zealand's first naturalised Chinese migrant in 18

  • Pansy Wong
  • Ethnic Affairs

Salam aleykum, good evening and warm greetings to you all. 

  • Pansy Wong
  • Ethnic Affairs

It is indeed a befitting time for the book launch and exhibition opening of Wong Ah Poo Hoc Ting (Appo Hocton) - New Zealand's first naturalised Chinese migrant in 1842.

  • Pansy Wong
  • Ethnic Affairs

Ministers Groser and Wong welcome the release of the Perceptions of Asia study 2009, an annual survey of public attitudes towards Asia and Asian people by the Asia New Zealand Foundation (Asia:NZ).

  • Tim Groser
  • Pansy Wong
  • Ethnic Affairs
  • Trade