The Nation 11 August 2012

August 9th, 2012 at 10:35 pm by Kokila Patel

An Olympic Post Mortem. What went right — what went wrong in London.
1. Sports Minister Murray McCully (Who has just returned from London)
2. Panel with Dick Quax (Silver Medal, 5000 m, Montreal); Moss Burmester (Fourth, 200m Butterfly, Beijing) and Phil Gifford (Sunday Star Times sports columnist, Radio Sports host, currently writing biography of Valerie Adams)
3. University debating — highlights from the NZ Initiative Social Issues debate series between Universities of Auckland and Otago: “That Chinese Investment in New Zealand Farms should be banned”.
4. Professor Zhu Feng, the Victoria University of Wellington’s Strategic Studies Centre Kippenberger fellow from the University of Peking in Beijing and one of the world’s leading authorities on Chinese foreign policy and his country’s relationship with the USA on the overall direction of Chinese policy in our part of the world.

Broadcast on Saturday 9.30 am, repeated on Sunday 8 am on TV 3

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  1. adamsmith1922 (890 comments) says:

    Who bloody cares?

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