Students share their insights on South Korea
12 July 2022
We are pleased to share a video collage of 21 students from primary, secondary and tertiary schools across Aotearoa New Zealand, who joined our THINK-then-TALK SOUTH KOREA video competition in April.
The video features students’ interest in Korean language and cultural exchanges as well as their insights on the importance of growing New Zealand-Korea connections.
Ka pai to all the participants for sharing their passion and for inspiring our wider work towards enhancing New Zealand’s knowledge of and relationships with North Asia.
Congratulations once again to the winners and well done to all those who participated!
Abigail Yeo (University of Auckland)
Aaliyah Temu (Sylvia Park School)
Irumi Kimata (Mount Roskill Intermediate School)
Mei Matsuki (Lynfield College)
Niya Kochakkan, Zoe Sang, Saskia Kalotapu, and Cyan Williams (Kirkwood Intermediate School)
Amethyst Tipu (Mount Roskill Intermediate School)
Azaleigha (Sylvia Park School)
Bella (Sylvia Park School)
Connell Mackay (Tapora Primary School)
Ky-Mani (Sylvia Park School)
Jramon (Sylvia Park School)
Miliana (Sylvia Park School)
Nevaeh (Sylvia Park School)
Nicole Massey (Auckland University of Technology)
Patrick O’Rourke (St. Peter’s Cambridge)
Sasha Fox (Auckland University of Technology)
Te Maia (Sylvia Park School)
Tiana-Willow (Sylvia Park School)
This video competition is co-sponsored by the Korean Education Centre NZ.