IEF director Robson Liang is invited by Auckland Council to attend the seventh China Cup event.
The Office of Ethnic Affairs (OEA) and Economic Development Agencies New Zealand (EDANZ) hosted a ‘Connecting the Regions’ event in May 2013, with a focus on increasing trade opportunities in the Food and Wine industry in the Hawkes Bay Region, and promoting the New Zealand Food Innovation Network to investors. IEF represents OEA and EDANZ […]
October 2012, Auckland Council organized the “Seminar on New Policy for Parent Residence Category”. Mr. Robson Liang, IEF Director, and licensed immigration advisers of IEF were invited as the guest speaker and answer the questions of the attendees.
Dongguan Middle School Study Tour Visiting Sister School in New Zealand IEF aims at linking institutions, universities and the business community in different cities in China and New Zealand to organize educational and cultural exchange programs. In our efforts, Baradene College of the Sacred Heart in New Zealand and Dongguan Middle School in China establish […]
In July 2012, a group of students and teachers from Hong Kong Baptist University Affiliated School Wong Kam Fai Secondary and School visited New Zealand for short-term study tour during summer holiday. IEF organized this study tour to visit Baradene College of the Sacred Heart to experience the study environment in New Zealand and exchange […]
IEF aims at linking institutions, universities and the business community in different cities in China and New Zealand to organize educational and cultural exchange programs. The project aims to promote cultural exchanges between these two places, provide an opportunity for children from different ethnic backgrounds and different family income to further their studies overseas so […]
In October 2011, IEF organized a business delegation to China (Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Guangzhou, Dalian, Ningbo and Beijing) in promoting New Zealand investment opportunity to the potential investors in China with the great support from the local governmental departments in Guangzhou and Zhuhai with investment seminars organized by the Foreign Affairs Office of Zhuhai […]
25 October 2007 International students will find it easier to work in New Zealand and remain here as permanent migrants, said Immigration Minister David Cunliffe today. From late November many international students will be able to stay in New Zealand for up to 12 months, instead of six, on a job search permit while they […]