This had followed her public appeal for a sperm donor, in an effort to conceive a child during the Year of the Dragon.In 2014 the Broadcasting Standards Authority rejected a privacy complaint against Chinese Radio FM 99.4, over the NZ Life talkback programme.The complainant told the radio station about her young daughter's experience of having her tooth extracted.
This site offers information for learning colloquial Cantonese (Yue Chinese) as it is spoken by today's youth in Hong Kong and in overseas communities such as Canada, the United States and Australia.
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) is a Cantonese, Mandarin and English language radio network based in Auckland, New Zealand.
It is a wholly owned subsidiary of World TV, an Asian language television, print and radio company, and consists of three station set up between 20.
It produces more than 80 hours of local content each week, including live talkback on news stories, migrant issues, political developments and dealing with New Zealand Government agencies., Auckland's only Cantonese language radio station, focuses on news and programmes from Hong Kong, but is also geared towards Cantonese-speaking communities from Canton, Singapore and Malaysia as well.It has accepted a role in broadcasting public messages to Cantonese and Mandarin speaking communities during Civil Defence emergencies.The Ministry of Civil Defence & Emergency Management runs Chinese language advertisements on the network, reminding people to be prepared for natural disasters and other emergency situations.This is part of the Get Ready Get Thru programme, which aims to reach the widest possible reach of people living in New Zealand.Chinese Voice's parent company, World TV, was set up in June 2000 to take advantage of the infrastructure and viewing quality of the recently launched Sky TV digital platform, and reach the country's growing Asian population.More than 80,000 New Zealanders speak Chinese and at least one other language, including almost 36,000 who speak Yue dialects like Cantonese.