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Crash course in Chinese aids communication

Thursday 15 June 2017 | Published in Local

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Crash course in Chinese aids communication
Police Commissioner Maara Tetava (second from right) presented Senior Sergeant John Teaurima (far left), Acting Sergeant Andrew Ngaiaere (second from left), and constable Colin Matangaro (far right) with their Chinese language course certifi cates. 17061435

Three Maritime Police officers and two Fisheries officers from the Ministry of Marine Rescources (MMR) offshore division have completed an introductory course in the Chinese language (Mandarin), in a bid to improve relations and communications with Chinese fishing boat captains and crew.

Three Maritime Police officers and two Fisheries officers from the Ministry of Marine Rescources (MMR) offshore division have completed an introductory course in the Chinese language (Mandarin), in a bid to improve relations and communications with Chinese fishing boat captains and crew.


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