New Zealand Embassy Beijing, China

02-09-15

The Flag Consideration Panel has announced the four alternative flag designs for New Zealanders to rank in the first binding referendum. The designs can be viewed at www.flag.govt.nz.

Later this year and early next year, New Zealanders enrolled to vote will be asked to participate in two postal referenda to consider the future of the New Zealand flag:

01-07-15

New Zealand has formally become a founding member of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank at a signing ceremony in Beijing today, Finance Minister Bill English says.

The Bank is a China-led initiative which is being established to address a gap in new infrastructure across Asia.

“New Zealand actively participated early in the negotiations. Our aim was to push for a well-run, transparent and broad-based multilateral institution. The 50 countries who signed today is testament to the final result,” Mr English says.

10-06-15

New Zealand Embassy Fund (HEF) for Mongolia is small discretionary grants scheme managed by the New Zealand Embassy in Beijing.  The HEF is a component of the New Zealand Aid Programme, the New Zealand Government’s international aid and development programme managed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT).

Applications for the next round of New Zealand Embassy Fund should be sent to the New Zealand Embassy, Beijing before Friday 3 July 2015.

The funding limit for HEF projects is NZ$10,000.

10-06-15

New Zealand Embassy Fund (HEF) for China is small discretionary grants scheme managed by the New Zealand Embassy in Beijing.  The HEF is a component of the New Zealand Aid Programme, the New Zealand Government’s international aid and development programme managed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT).

Applications for the next round of HEF China should be sent to the New Zealand Embassy, Beijing before Friday 3 July 2015.

The funding limit for HEF projects is NZ$12,000.

10-06-15

Development Project Fund (DPF) for China is a grant scheme managed by the New Zealand Embassy in Beijing. The DPF is a component of New Zealand Government’s international aid and development programme managed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT).

We would like to advise that this year the target western provinces and regions are still Guizhou, Yunnan, Gansu, Xinjiang, Guangxi, Sichuan, Tibet, Qinghai and Ningxia.

06-05-15

This article was originally published on 28/04/2015.

Please be advised the New Zealand Embassy in Beijing will be closed on Friday 1st May 2015 due to a public holiday (Labour Day), and will reopen on Monday 4th May 2015.
 

28-04-15

This article was originally published on 14 April 2015.

Please find as follows information on the ANZAC Day Services/Commemorations to be held on Saturday 25 April 2015 in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Chengdu. 

09-04-15

This article was originally posted on 31/03/15.

Please be advised the New Zealand Embassy in Beijing will be closed on Friday 3rd April 2015 due to a public holiday (Good Friday), and will reopen on Monday 6th April 2015.

13-03-15

The attached documents provide background information on the security of the New Zealand infant formula supply chain, the testing regime in place to check for 1080 in New Zealand infant formula products and the use of 1080 in New Zealand. Please continue to check the New Zealand Embassy website for updated information:

Available Documents:

 -Background information on 1080 Pesticide and its use in New Zealand
 -1080及其在新西兰使用情况的介绍

11-03-15

New Zealand Police, working closely with the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI), is working to respond to a criminal threat to contaminate infant and other formula in an apparent protest over the use of 1080 in pest control.

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