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The term "diaspora" is defined as the migration or scattering of people away from their ancestral homelands.
The first Chinese market gardens were recorded in 1866
Explore the common cultural ties between the Chinese, Japanese and Koreans; from languages to food, and the arts to religion.
If you want to know more about Chinese communities in New Zealand and around the world, Lynn Pan's book is worth checking out
As the Chinese proverb goes “Falling leaves return to their roots”, each of us have a beginning which spans 4 generations ago or beyond the places we call home.
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
Success through adversity : a history of the Dominion Federation for New Zealand Chinese Commercial Growers Inc / Nigel Murphy with Lily Lee and Ruth Lam.
Sons of the soil : Chinese market gardeners in New Zealand / Lily Lee, Ruth Lam with Nigel Murphy.
The Roll consists of entries for some 3,682 Chinese present within New Zealand between 1896 and 1913
The N Z Chinese journals database was launched at Auckland City Libraries on 10 February 2009.