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There is a sense of hope over what the major health sector shakeup will mean for our Asian communities.
Kelly Feng is the National Director of the charitable trust Asian Family Services.
She spoke… Audio
In this epidode, we're speaking to Filipino comedian, James Roque, on his involvement with the Human Rights Commission's latest campaign - "Racism is no joke". Produced by Kadambari Gladding Audio
Demographer, Professor Paul Spoonley talks about the changing face of New Zealand as Stats NZ's latest data shows how ethnic diversity will change the country in the next decade. Audio
Asian families with young children have been found to be at risk of exploitation and are more likely to feel unease at expressing their identities. Audio
Is Barfoot and Thompson's data about its offshore clients sacrosanct as they said? It was leaked to Labour by an employee who's now been fired. Audio
New Zealand First says the Government should follow Australia's lead and set up a foreign buyers register. Audio
An investment manager based in Beijing says Labour's use of name-based data to suggest Chinese buyers are flooding the Auckland property market risks damaging New Zealand's reputation in China. Audio
Listening to that is the Minister for Economic Development, Steven Joyce. Audio
Most New Zealanders feel generally positive towards Asia and Asian people but a growing number are blaming them for pushing up house prices. Audio
A survey on the perception of Asia and Asian people shows many New Zealanders blame them for pushing up house prices, but generally feel positive towards them. Audio