This week is Chinese Language Week. Tourism is the main focus, but a tri-lingual children's book is also being released as well as a five days, five phrases challenge. To celebrate Kiwi woman and Mandarin-speaking superstar Lucy Mills spoke to The AM Show. WATCH THE VIDEO HERE.
The latest installment in Communication Executive Libby English's blog series with the China-New Zealand Year of Tourism. I am writing this blog as I begin my second week back here at Peking University, otherwise known as Beida (short for Beijing University). I thought I would reflect on returning to China [...]
New Zealand's interactive gaming industry could be worth a billion dollars in the next five years if the Government gets involved. The sector captures games, apps, simulators and virtual reality technology. Now a new report says it's a sleeping giant which could rival the likes of our film and music [...]
It could be a billion-dollar industry in the next five years, but local computer game developers say they desperately need more support from the Government. A new report is highlighting the huge potential for the sector, but also the risk that its rapid growth could stagnate without extra help. "There's [...]
New Zealand's interactive media and games sector could create a billion-dollar export industry by 2024, a new report outlining the sector reveals. Interactive Aotearoa, a report produced by the New Zealand Game Developers Association with support from NZTech, WeCreate and government agencies, identified interactive games as the greatest potential creator [...]
Communications Executive Libby English shares her take on the China fashion market in her recent blog with the China New Zealand Year of Tourism. This month on the blog I thought I would discuss something that I am personally really passionate about; fashion. Now this may not interest all people, [...]