新年快乐！Xin Nian Kuai Le! Year of the Dog, the Chinese New Year 2018, begins on Friday, 16 February 2018.
With the start of the new school year, the Confucius Institute in Auckland welcomed the 2018 class of Mandarin Language Assistants to New Zealand on February 2nd.
CI Auckland had an farewell ceremony for the MLAs of 2017 on 24th November. Most of them returned to China in December after they finished their teaching of the last term. We wish them all the best in the future.
The Chinese Language Tests (HSK, YCT) are welcomed by more and more Chinese learners in New Zealand. The number of exam participants has increased annually.
The Confucius Institute in Aucklandhe and the New Zealand China Council jointly hosted a Belt and Road Forum in Auckland on 26 October 2017.
Directors from eighteen Confucius Institutes in Australia, Fiji and New Zealand visited Auckland on 27th October for the annual Joint Conference of Oceanian Confucius Institutes. The delegates also include representatives from our foundational partners, Hanban/Confucius Institute Headquarters and Fudan University.
It was a night of celebration on Monday 16th October as Confucius Institute in Auckland held its 10th Anniversary Dinner at the Auckland Museum Event Centre.
Welcome your visit. You may have noticed that our website has changed. We are happy to announce the launch of Confucius Institute in Auckland's new website!
The first Youth Chinese Test (YCT) of the year was held in 19th August. With the assistance from the school teachers and Mandarin Language Assistants, over 40 students sat in the exam and achieved some fantastic results. Many of the students came from the cluster schools of Confucius Classroom.
Start learning Chinese now and begin with the basics, complete with voice recordings.
New Lynn Primary students are studying Mandarin language and Chinese culture as part of an approach to celebrate and normalise diversity.
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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).