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Published on tvnz Mai Chen, Chair of the Superdiversity Institute for Law, Policy and Business and Managing Partner of Chen Palmer Partners, joined a panel on Tangata Pasifika to talk about the Christchurch terror attacks.
Published on NZ|LAWYER by Mai Chen and Nick Russell, partners, Chen Palmer Partners Last Thursday, the High Court delivered its first decision on the good character criterion for consents under the Overseas Investment Act 2005 (“Act”) in Chief Executive of […]
Members of the Superdiversity Institute, New Zealand Asian Leaders and Super Diverse Women had an emergency meeting this afternoon to discuss what they could do to stand with the many who have suffered in the Christchurch terrorism massacre. “Our members […]
Published on Indian Newslink Business and Community Leaders condemn Christchurch murders Auckland, March 16, 2019 Heads of prominent organisations and community leaders have expressed their horror over the Christchurch massacre and pledged their support and assistance to the New Zealand […]
The Chair of the Superdiversity Institute for Law Policy and Business, New Zealand Asian Leaders, SUPERdiverse Women and Managing Partner of Chen Palmer Partners, Mai Chen said that New Zealand should not be surprised at what has happened in Christchurch. […]