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Time spent in New Zealand teaches valuable lessons

"I owe much of my success and happiness to my experience in New Zealand".

Rocky's law degree, from Victoria University of Wellington, led him to be a co-founder of specialty law company - Zhongwo Law, in Shanghai.

Rocky spent a total of 14 years in New Zealand. During that time he experienced many of the highlights New Zealand has to offer, such as playing for a local rugby team, exploring the great outdoors, travel, and his legal studies. 

"The most valuable lesson I learned in New Zealand is the practical side, because I studied to be a lawyer, and throughout the four years of study I changed my thinking, so I eventually began thinking like a lawyer".

Zhongwo Law provides assistance to many companies based in New Zealand, so Rocky is lucky enough to be able to visit the place he studied on a regular basis. 

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