Ambh500 Business Heritage, Culture and Sustainability Research Report on the Contribution of Recent Asian Immigrant from 1980s to Present to New Zealand’s Contemporary Business Environment.
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AMBH 500 Business Heritage, Culture and Sustainability
Assignment One: Part B
Research Report on the Contribution of Recent Asian Immigrants to New Zealand’s Contemporary Business Environment.
Date: (date you printed the assignment)
For: John O’Sullivan
Chinese new Zealander-Pansy Wong:
Pansy Wong, 53-year-old ethnic Chinese Member of Parliament (MP), was appointed Minister for Ethnic Affairs and Minister of Women's Affairs in the new-look cabinet in New Zealand. New Zealand educated, and a speaker of English, Cantonese, Mandarin and Shanghaies, she is able to mediate between people of different cultural backgrounds in New Zealand.
Pansy Wong was born in Shanghai, and her family moved to Hong Kong when she was…show more content… Near the end of her speech, she thanked, in Korean, all the people that had given her support "simply by virtue of [their] shared heritage."
Born in Korea, and growing up in Malaysia, Melissa moved to New Zealand as a young adult in 1988. Melissa’s background has ensured her place as a strong advocate for New Zealand's diverse ethnic communities within the National Government. Melissa holds an MA with first class Honours in Communication Studies, and has held positions as a Vice President of the Korean Society, Vice-President of the Korean Women’s Association, Board member of the Asia-Pacific Producers’ Network, advisor to the National Unification Council of Korea, and an Asian advisor to the Auckland Police. Melissa is passionate about creating a safer New Zealand, and has been an advocate of better policing and tougher sentencing for serious crimes in New Zealand. Her vision is for a country that is safe, secure, and prosperous.
Indian new Zealander-Sukhinder Turner: Sukhi Turner, 57, born in Ludhiana as Sukhinder Kaur Gill, is known for her active role in politics as the mayor of Dunedin, New Zealand from 1995 to 2004. She has been the youngest, first non-European, and first woman to be elected to the Dunedin Mayoralty. She moved to New Zealand after marrying Glenn Turner, a prominent New Zealand cricket player, in July 1973. Sukhi and Glenn Turner settled in Dunedin in 1982. They have two children.
Turner took part in a wide range of community work,