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The 5th annual meeting of the Chinese Librarian Network.
The New Zealand Chinese Youth Trust is a non-profit organisation established in 1999 and is an approved charity for tax rebates. The main purpose of the Trust is to empower
You are welcome to join this group and discuss with other librarians on library service and information science.
Yue Henry Jackson was born in Roxburgh, Otago to a Chinese father and a Scottish mother, Mary Ferguson, from Aberdeen. In 1890, five years after the death of her
A contemporary states that on Saturday afternoon a brutal assault was made on a Chinese fruiterer, named Wong Way Kee, carrying, carrying on business in Queen Street, Masterton. It appears
Respecting the Ancestors. Explains some of the reasons we still go to visit the cemetery today.
A story about the old Chinese custom of bound feet. Written by Avondale College's Wanyi (Annie) Zhou, a finalist in the senior category of Auckland City Libraries' Our Stories Secondary