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Labour Associate Ethnic Affairs spokesperson Raymond Huo says the Asia New Zealand Foundation (Asia: NZ) survey Perceptions of Asia has struck a chord with New Zealanders who realise the importance of having strong connections with Asia.
Labour Associate Ethnic Affairs spokespersons Raymond Huo and Rajen Prasad are urging Ethnic Affairs Minister Pansy Wong to speak out forcefully on the rising ethnic unemployment rate before even more ethnic people are forced on the dole.
Labour Associate Ethnic Affairs spokesperson Raymond Huo has congratulated Corazon Miller for being the inaugural recipient of the Asia New Zealand Foundation Kiwi-Asian Journalism Scholarship.
Labour is welcoming the Government’s change of heart on ensuring Asian communities will have a voice in Auckland’s new super council, says the party’s Associate Ethnic Affairs Spokesperson Raymond Huo.
A significant step has been taken in improving business opportunities between New Zealand and Asia, says Labour’s Associate Ethnic Affairs Spokesperson Raymond Huo.
The Business Education Partnership, launched this week by the Asia New Zealand Foundation, is about preparing the next generation of business people for a future increasingly dominated by Asian economies.
The 2009 Chinese Film Festival will be an excellent showcase of China’s creative talent and could open the door to collaborations between the film industries here and in China, says Labour Associate Ethnic Affairs spokesperson Raymond Huo.
Auckland will unite in a relief fund performance for the victims of the Pacific tsunami and South-East Asia earthquake this Saturday, says Labour Associate Ethnic Affairs spokesperson Raymond Huo.
The initial $1 million Government emergency natural disaster relief package for Indonesia, the Philippines, Viet Nam and Cambodia has been welcomed by Labour Foreign Affairs spokesperson Chris Carter and Associate Ethnic Affairs spokesperson Raymond Huo.
Labour Associate Ethnic Affairs spokesperson Raymond Huo will continue to advocate for an Asian voice in Auckland governance despite his amendment to set up an Asian Advisory Board being defeated by the Government and its allies.
Asian engagement in decisions that affect their lives in Auckland Super City is essential, says Labour Associate Ethnic Affairs spokesperson Raymond Huo.
He has drafted an amendment to the Local Government (Auckland Council) Bill to establish an Asian Advisory Board that will perform an advisory role for the governing body on decisions relating to the Asian community.