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Pania's Pānui - 31 March 2017

At a business lunch held for Chinese Premier Li Keqiang in Auckland this week, the Premier was visibly moved by the display of the special relationship between Māori and Chinese, especially when Ngā Puna o Waiorea sung a Chinese waiata. We continue to grow relationships with China, as Kauahi Ngapora from Whale Watch Kaikoura talks about in this story from Māori Television from the lunch.

A key announcement from his visit was the 2019 China-New Zealand Year of Tourism.

As always, if there is anything you need help with for your Māori tourism business, we are merely a phone call or email away.

Nga mihi, na,
Pania and the team at NZ Māori Tourism

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