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Zengcheng (Chinese: 增城; pinyin: Zēngchéng; Cantonese: Zang¹sing⁴), historically known as Tsengshing , is a County-level city in Guangzhou, Guangdong, China. (Wiki)
One of at least 3 Chan Villages in Zengcheng. (Sa Chuen, Sun Gaai and Hargee)   Surname Chen2 is about 2700 years old.  Variations include Ch'en2 (Wade-Giles), Chin, Chan (Cantonese), Tan.   
29 September 2010: Helen Wong discusses oral history and memories of early Chinese fruiterers of K Road at Central City Library, 44-46 Lorne Street, Auckland.
These files held at Auckland Archives date from 1886 to 1917. Most files contain two formal photographs, two copies of the Certificate of Registration, and a hand ruled sheet filled
A paper presented at the 2005 Crouching Tiger, Hidden Banana Conference by Eva Wong Ng at AUT on 4 June 2005.
Herbert Wong's account of the journey he took as a young child, from his war-torn Chinese hometown to settle in New Zealand. The story was submitted to the NZCA Short
Sue Gee became involved in recording oral history in 2005 as a member of the Chinese NZ Oral History Foundation. 21 Voices was their first major project, mostly recorded on
Historian pursued identity for Australian and NZ-born Chinese July 5, 2008 THE most striking thing about Henry Chan was his drive. He was a scholar of international renown in the
Professor Stephen Chan Awarded OBE 14 June 2010 Professor of International Relations Stephen Chan has been awarded an OBE for 'services to Africa and to higher education' in the 2010
The Chinese in New Zealand: A Study in Assimilation - 1959