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QUEEN'S SERVICE MEDAL Ping Ching Mabbett, Wellington, for services to the arts and the community.
Members Cheung Choi Chan, Manukau, for services to the Chinese community. QUEEN'S SERVICE MEDAL Betty Suet Mui Leung, New Plymouth, for services to the Chinese community. Mrs Leung, who
http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/paperspast?a=d&cl=search&d=WC18781003.2.9&srpos=81&e=-------100--1----0wah+lee-all Those, says the Morning Herald of some clays back, who witnessed the scene enacted yesterday, at the interment of a Chinese named Leong Wah, in the Southern Cemetery, must
Hi Kiwi_land So sorry about the delay. We will definitely be announcing the winner soon, and this is likely to be some time tomorrow, Wednesday 17 March. We've had a few
Hi anitajelliott Thanks for your feedback. While it looks like several images have recorded an unsually high number of votes, our terms and conditions for the competition did not restrict
Mr Percy Chew LEE, of Christchurch. For services to the Chinese community and the community.
M.N.Z.M. Dr Cheung-Tak HUNG, of Dunedin. For services to philanthropy and the Chinese community.
New Year Honours recognise ethnic communities 6 January, 2006 These individuals have all been recognised for their tireless community work. They have each made a significant contribution to strengthening the
Barbara Lim is well known locally as a former businesswomen, but has earned her honour for voluntary work for the New Zealand Chinese Association Waikato branch and Te Awamutu branch