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Proficiently bilingual in both Chinese and English, relatively self educated, played an important role in the liason between the Chinese Market Gardeners and the NZ Government in providing produce during
Chinese Laundries in the Greater Auckland Area 1912-1917
As an indigent university student, I would occasionally treat myself to dinner at the dirt-cheap Kam Sang in the then borderline-squalid part of Queen St opposite the Town Hall. But
New Orient Restaurant has been serving delicious Chinese cuisine, prepared by our top Chinese chefs, since 1978. For over twenty years we have built our name on three traditional Chinese
Auckland University Alumni
New Zealand Herald. “Chinese Migrants Will Help in Gardens.” September 20,1976, sec. 1. The Federation of New Zealand Chinese Commercial Growers had made submissions to the Government for employing market
City News. “Doo Building Opens with Ancient Ceremony.” November 13, 1974. The Norman Doo & Sons arcade on West Karangahape Road had opened for business. Article describes the traditional Chinese