Press Release – Future DragoNZ
A discussion that explores how Chinese young professionals are stamping their mark in Auckland and around the world will take place next Monday.
Co-presented by Future Dragonz and The University of Auckland Chinese Alumni, Revolving Doors, Changing Faces of Aotearoa showcases two energetic personalities, Sam Yin and Monica Mu, who share perspectives on their place in today’s hyper-connected world and how they navigate it to bring their dreams to life.
The discussion will take place at the University of Auckland’s Business School.
Special guest Len Brown, Mayor of Auckland, will offer his view on the changing face of Auckland and the significant contribution Chinese young professionals make to this country’s economic, social and cultural future.
With the Chinese young professional market booming at an incredible rate, this is a rare opportunity for those interested to come and discover their place in this new world order.
Revolving Doors, Changing Faces of Aotearoa is co-presented by Future Dragonz and The University of Auckland Chinese Alumni with support from New Zealand Asia Institute.
Future Dragonz is New Zealand’s leading Chinese young professionals’ network, offering social networking and learning opportunities to local and overseas born Chinese. An initiative of the New Zealand Chinese Association (NZCA) Auckland, Future Dragonz launched in April 2010.