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RUGBY-GOLF TO THE FORE DURING NEW ZEALAND WEEK AT MISSION HILLS

2017-11-11

[Shenzhen, China – 11 November 2017] A performance of the Kapa Haka and a game of Rugby-Golf were just some of the highlights of New Zealand Week in Shenzhen, China as Mission Hills celebrated all things kiwi.

As the largest golf club in the world, with 12 courses, Mission Hills resort in southern China staged a unique game of Rugby-Golf during New Zealand Week. Competitors channelled their inner All Blacks sprit as they played nine holes of golf with a rugby twist.

Visitors to Mission Hills were also treated to the Kapa Haka. A Maori tradition, this powerful and highly visual combination of song, dance and chanting was performed by the award-winning Raukura Kapa Haka Group from Rotorua in the North Island of New Zealand.

In partnership with New Zealand Trade and Enterprise, other features of New Zealand Week at Mission Hills Shenzhen included a food and beverage experience at the Patio Supermarket in the MH Mall and special give-aways and prizes at Mission Hills Centreville.