New Zealand Consulate-General Hong Kong


(Details coming soon from the New Zealand Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong.)

A household name in New Zealand, Dame Malvina continues to live in New Zealand while maintaining an active international singing career.


Please refer to the image (far right) for the invitation to the Kiwi Ball in Hong Kong (15 June 2012). The booking form for the Kiwi Ball can be downloaded here.

The Kiwi Ball in Hong Kong
Plus a fundraiser to support the people of Christchurch

7pm-1am, Friday 15 June 2012
Hong Kong Football Club, Sports Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong


ANZAC Day is the most significant national day of commemoration for Australians and New Zealanders. It marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) during World War I.

Time:  6:15am, 25 April 2012
Place: The Cenotaph, Chater Road, Central (opposite the Hong Kong Club)

Members of the public may lay a wreath according to the order of service.

To be followed by Gunfire Breakfast at:


(an event of The New Zealand Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong)

An opportunity to learn first hand about the experiences of Christchurch during 2011, the efforts of the people far and wide to come to terms with the disaster and the vision required to rebuild Christchurch, New Zealand’s second largest city.


The New Zealand Consulate-General in Hong Kong is pleased to inform you that the uniquely New Zealand multi-media extravaganza, the World of Wearable Arts (WOW), will be performed in Hong Kong as a Special Event of the 2012 Hong Kong Arts Festival.

WOW is a unique fusion of art, fashion and theatre, where hundreds of performers don magnificent artworks created by designers from around the world in a spectacular of dance, music and light. For the first time ever, WOW takes its multi-sensory experience outside New Zealand.


For updates on New Zealand-Hong Kong bilateral affairs, please click here for the December 2011 issue of the Consulate-General's newsletter, Hong Kong Review.


There will be a short presentation by the 3 New Zealanders who are here for the Social Enterprise Summit on 24 November followed by a Q&A session and an introduction to the new book "How Communities Heal: Stories of Social Innovation and Social Change", written by Mr Vivian Hutchison, Executive Director of the New Zealand Social Entrepreneur Fellowship (NZSEF).


The New Zealand Consulate-General is hosting a Cocktail Reception on Friday 25 November (6.00-7.30 pm) to launch "Home, Away, Elsewhere" with New Zealand Poet, Vaughan Rapatahana, in association with Proverse Hong Kong.


The University of Auckland Business School (UABS) has launched The Dean’s Asia Scholarships for three international undergraduate students from Asia (including Hong Kong and Macau) to pursue undergraduate business studies at UABS covering full annual tuition and fees (currently NZ $26,040 per annum). Applications close on 15 November 2011.

Please click here to download the scholarship application form and further details.


Hong Kong Secretary for Education, Mr Michael Suen, and New Zealand Secretary for Education, Ms Karen Sewell, signed an Arrangement on Education Co-operation in Hong Kong on 13 October 2011.

The Agreement represents a significant step forward in the bilateral education relationship, providing the opportunity to strengthen collaboration in areas of common interest such as the internationalisation of education, vocational training, quality assurance and ways to increase student achievement levels.

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