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Ambassador Wang Lutong attends a Charity Gala held by the Chinese Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand
    On February 24, 2016, the Chinese Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand (CCCNZ) held a charity gala with the theme of 'caring for the public welfare and paying back to society' at the Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT) in Auckland. Nearly 300 people attended the event including Ambassador Wang Lutong, New Zealand Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Paul Goldsmith, New Zealand National Party MP Yang Jian, New Zealand Labour Party MP Phil Goff, the Commercial Counsellor from the Chinese Embassy Zhang Fan, CCCNZ Chairman Wang Lei and guests from the wider community.

    In his speech, Ambassador Wang Lutong spoke highly of the contribution made by CCCNZ's members towards the local community and their fulfillment of the corporate social responsibility, while promoting New Zealand's economic development and employment opportunities. These companies exemplified the high quality and moral standards of Chinese enterprises and vividly demonstrated the 'mutually beneficial' nature of Chinese companies doing business outside of China.
    The Chinese Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand was founded in 2002 and is mainly comprised of Chinese companies investing in New Zealand. Currently, the CCCNZ has nearly 70 members. Total proceeds raised at the Charity Gala was over NZ$30,000, which will be donated to the Starship Children's Health Foundation.
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