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Korean holiday Chuseok

The KNZBC would like to send you warm greetings for the Korean holiday Chuseok, which commences on the 23rd of September and runs till the 25th. Chuseok is one of the largest and most widely celebrated holidays in South Korea. This holiday is a time of happiness and reconnecting as[…]

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The July 2018 K-Culture Festival

On Saturday 28 July the 2018 K-Culture Festival was held at the Michael Fowler Centre in Wellington. The event was co-hosted by the Korean Embassy, Wellington City Council and the Wellington Korean Association. Wellingtonians and visitors filled the venue to enjoy various Korean cultural experience and high-quality performances from Noreum[…]

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Invest Korea Event 2018

Invest Korea Week (IKW), hosted by Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy(MOTIE) and organized by Korea Trade-Investment Promotiona Agency (KOREA) is Korea’s largest international investment promotion event. IKW is committed to bridging foreign investors and Korean companies in finding business opportunities in Korea and beyond. Last year, over 2,000 attendees,[…]

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Great opportunities in Korea for New Zealand businesses

From the ravages of its past, to the resilience of its present, and the robustness of its future, South Korea’s economy today is rightly hailed as miraculous. So said Simon Appleton, CEO of Eastern Bridge Limited and Executive Director of the Korea New Zealand Business Council (KNZBC). KNZBC and the[…]

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Hyundai serious about hydrogen in New Zealand

Having cemented pole position in the battery-fed electric car sales race, Hyundai would like to now set the pace with the fuel of the future: hydrogen. Local distributor Hyundai New Zealand says it would love to have its Nexo, the latest car the parent in South Korea has produced to[…]

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Korea New Zealand Agricultural Cooperation Scholarship (KNZACS)

Recipients can undertake PhD study in veterinary or animal science or forestry, and master’s or PhD studies in fisheries. Approved Universities Veterinary science – Massey University Animal science – Massey University; University of Canterbury; Lincoln University; University of Auckland; University of Otago; University of Waikato; Victoria University of Wellington Forestry[…]

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Internship with Wilson Parking in South Korea

The Asia New Zealand Foundation invites computer science and information technology students who will be completing their degree by 2019 or recent graduates to apply for an internship in South Korea with Wilson Parking. Young professionals up to age 30 with relevant work experience and aspirations for developing a career[…]

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Business Internship with CJ Cultural Foundation in Seoul

The Asia New Zealand Foundation invites undergraduate and postgraduate (business, marketing, media and communications students) with an interest in the creative or entertainment industries to apply for an internship in South Korea with the CJ Cultural Foundation, over the 2018/2019 summer. Students who are positive, confident and interested in developing[…]

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Cultural capability training for businesses

The North Asia CAPE and the Superdiversity Institute for Law, Policy and Business, are partnering to deliver a tailored two-hour workshop to improve NZ businesses’ cultural approaches to engagement with North Asia. We anticipate strong interest in this workshop, which will provide an evidence-based mix of theory, best-practice guidance and[…]

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