Chinese Radio FM 99.4
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Chinese Radio FM 99.4 (, also known as Real Good Life) is a Cantonese language radio station broadcasting in Auckland, New Zealand on 99.4 FM and around New Zealand via Sky TV and online streaming. It is owned by World TV, and is Auckland's only Cantonese radio station. The station focuses on news and programmes from Hong Kong, and targets Cantonese-speaking listeners from Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, southern China and southeast Asian.
The station began as Real Good Life in 2003, broadcasting on 95.8 FM. When The Radio Network bought the frequency for Flava in 2009, the station moved to 99.4 FM. In 2014, it became Chinese Radio FM 99.4.〔 The station targets a broad range of demographics, with programming slots dedicated to young adults, homemakers, workers, professionals and retired people. It has covered several major New Zealand news events and elections, with news bulletins and news programmes throughout the year.〔
The station was established in response to a rapid growth in the Asian market. The proportion of Asians in New Zealand doubled between 1991 and 2001, with the fastest increase being in Auckland's Chinese population. More than 80,000 New Zealanders speak Chinese and at least one other language, including almost 36,000 who speak Yue dialects like Cantonese. Almost 32,000 New Zealanders can only speak Chinese, including 10,000 who can only speak Yue dialects like Cantonese. Many are multilingual.
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