Today we are pleased to launch a new logo for our educational website. It has been redesigned to refresh the look and the many new lessons being offered or planned for the community learning centre. The yellow star represents happiness, optimism, creativity, enlightenment, sunshine and bright. Green e represents educational, nature, tranquility, good luck, health, […]
We are offering free online Mandarin lessons Learn spoken Mandarin, the most widely spoken language in the World. There are currently over one billion Mandarin speakers of this ancient language. The introductory spoken Mandarin language course is intended for learners who have no background in Mandarin. Learners will be taught appropriate introductory level spoken Mandarin. […]
We visited the Gisborne Library yesterday and have donated a copy of our book ‘One Stone Two Birds’. Readers from Gisborne, the first city in the world to greet the sun each morning can now borrow it. Enjoy.
Bro & Bro has donated a copy of ‘One Stone Two Birds’ to the Opotiki Library.
Tauranga city readers can now borrow ‘One Stone Two Birds’ from its city libraries: Tauranga city library Papamoa library Mount Maunganui library Greerton library
Bro & Bro’s first publication of cartoon joke book ‘One Stone Two Birds’ was made in Maketu. A copy of this book has been donated to the local Maketu Information Centre’s library recently, not only for this reason. The Maketu Information Centre has been serving our local community well.
A copy of ‘One Stone Two Birds’ cartoon joke book was donated to the Katikati Library recently. The hilarious and entertaining stories of two Kiwi bros are spreading down the road. Happy reading and enjoy the laughter.
A free website for the Kotukutuku Gully (at Maketu). The website was built by Magic Maketu Project, and sponsored by the Ngow Family Foundation, as per the request of Kotukutuku Gully members recently. This is one of the many websites we have built recently. Free for the community.
We have donated a copy of our Bro & Bro cartoon joke book ‘One Stone Two Birds’ to the Te Puke library for public borrowing. The Te Puke library is the nearest public library from Maketu, the little historic town where this book was made. Enjoy.