The 2014 congress of the New Zealand Esperanto Association was held in Auckland in January.
We had Bharat Ghimire from Nepal as our international teacher.
For more details and photos see our previous congresses page.
Our next congress, in 2015, will be a joint one with the Australian Esperanto Society in Australia. More details to follow nearer the time.
The popular astronomy website Heavens-Above.com is now available in Esperanto. The author of the Esperanto translation is the Ukrainian amateur astronomer Pavel Moĵajev, who uses this website mainly ...
Posted Feb 25, 2014, 7:58 PM by NZEA web1
The first number of the magazine Esperanto to be edited by Fabricio Valle is at the printer and subscribers will receive their paper copy in January. There are some big ...
Posted Feb 22, 2014, 12:09 AM by NZEA web1
The Economist articles about EU language policies
The Economist has published two articles about language problems in the European Union.An article on 10 September 2013 discussed a recent conference on multilingualism in Krynica, Poland. It mentions ...
Posted Oct 1, 2013, 1:54 PM by NZEA web2