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New Zealand Chinese Language Week: 26 September - 2 October New Zealand Chinese Language Week (NZCLW) is a Kiwi-driven initiative launched in 2014 by Chair Jo Coughlan and Raymond Huo and NZCFS Wellington branch president Chris Lipscombe is one of t...

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Appo Hocton (NZs first Chinese immigrant) book reprint

APPO HOCTON: WONG AH POO HOC TING New Zealand’s First Chinese Immigrant, Nelson 1842-1920The Nelson Branch believes the story of Appo Hocton, New Zealand’s first Chinese immigrant naturalised in 1853, deserves to be more widely known. NZCFS Nels...

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About Wellington Branch
The New Zealand China Friendship Society has a long history of providing in depth and specialised tours to China. Because of our unique contacts built up over many years we can provide access to this wonderful country that other providers cannot match. "We know China best" is our motto and we have been successfully demonstrating this to our many clients for over thirty years.Read More
We hope the following may be helpful to all concerned, especially educational institutions with Chinese students as part of their pastoral care programme.Read More
"Rewi Alley was born in Springfield, Canterbury, New Zealand in 1897. He went to primary school at Amberley and Wharenui (Christchurch) where his father was headmaster.Read More
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