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Life for a Chinese migrant was extraordinarily difficult during the late 1800s and early 20th century. Racism was rife in the staunchly British domain of New Zealand and arrivals from
2nd Australasian conference on overseas Chinese history & heritage Museum of Chinese Australian History, Melbourne, Australia 11–13 November 2011 Dragon Tails 2011 will be a single-stream conference held from Friday
The Tung Jung Association was founded in 1926 by the Chinese who immigrated to New Zealand from the Tung Qwoon (Dongguan) and Jungsen (Zengcheng, hence Tung Jung) districts in the
Opening of Chinese Club. [Hobson St.] January 1955. Who are these men in the photo? N Z Herald Photo held at Auckland Museum.
History of the Trust At the time of the Chinese New Year in 2002 the Government of New Zealand formally apologised to the Poll Tax payers and their decendants for
The Christchurch Guangdong Association Inc. was founded on 8th September 2007. Our objectives are to maintain and promote Cantonese (Guangdong) culture and traditions in New Zealand, to contribute to the