Congratulations to all the winners in the Secondary Junior Category (Year 7-10)!
Congratulations to all the winners in the Secondary Senior Category (Year 11-13)!
Congratulations to Annabelle Jessop who won the first place in Tertiary Category of this year's Auckland Chinese Bridge Speech Competition.
Amber Chu-Shing, Year 13 student from Hamilton's Hillcrest High School, became the first regional winner qualified to the NZ National Chinese Bridge Speech Competition.
Auckland's first HSK (Chinese Proficiency Test) in 2019 was successfully held on April 14, with a total of 127 participants sitting one of HSK’s six exam levels.
The NZ Chinese Essay Competition, proudly supported by the Chinese ambassadors in New Zealand, has been continuously run by the Confucius Institute in Auckland for thirteen years. The registration for 2019 is now open.
On 22 March, a special award presentation was held at Meadowbank School to honour the two hundred students who took part in the YCT (Youth Chinese Test) last November. All of them passed with fantastic results. Twelve high achievers received their awards and YCT certificates in the assembly.
Last weekend, the annual Chinese Lantern Festival came back to Auckland for the 20th time, with around 200,000 people attended the event.
CI Mandarin Language Assistant Yanwei Hou had her TV debut in New Zealand on 5 February, the first day of the Chinese New Year of the Pig.
Four New Zealand secondary students had the ‘experience of a lifetime’ when they attended the thirteen day Chinese Test Winter Camp in Shanghai last December.
47 Mandarin Language Assistants are fresh off the boat and arrived at Auckland in the past weekend. They are taking a full programme of orientation this week at the Confucius Institute.
NZ media reported on CI's Mandarin classes for Auckland police in the beginning of the year 2019.
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The Confucius Institute in Auckland was established and is proudly supported by our three Foundational Partners: Hanban - the Office of Chinese Language Council International (Beijing), Fudan University (Shanghai) and The University of Auckland (New Zealand).