A nightmarish high-speed pursuit of a NZ Chinese family concluded with a judge rejecting the request for hate crime sentencing.
On the eve of the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, New Zealand Chinese writer Tze Ming Mok writes a beautiful, bitter letter to an old friend in Xinjiang, grappling with matters â€¦
After the minister suspended its profiling pilot, Immigration NZ has released a spreadsheet and a briefing note. Tze Ming Mok is deeply, deeply unimpressed.
Racial profiling by Immigration NZ is a tale as old as time, but if the ‘harm team’ has its way they'll be workshopping it into our very own dystopian scifi blockbuster, writes Tze Ming Mok.
A conversation on the byelection result, politics and Asian communities, and whether Michael Wood’s big win points to a Labour resurgence, with two longtime Mt Roskill residents who happen also to be Tze Ming Mok’s parents
Registers of foreign workers and attacks on human rights lawyers show the poison of Trump seeping into the Conservative government’s new, cynical strategy, laments London-based New Zealander Tze Ming Mok