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Auckland Newsletter, January 2024

The NZCFS Auckland Branch Newsletter for January 2024 is now available featuring the headlines:New Zealanders Making a Difference – Ce...

Auckland celebrates Rewi Alley’s contribution to internati...

 On Friday, 1 December 2023, the Auckland Branch of the New Zealand China Friendship Society commemorated Rewi Alley’s 126th birt...

An early reminder for Rewi Alley birthday celebrations

Dajia Hao! We trust you are enjoying some nice Mid-Autumn Festival Celebrations that are taking place now around the country.The followi...

March Youth Club Event in Auckland

Blast from the Past: NZCFS Youth Club's 80s Quiz Night Success in March The NZCFS Youth Club event held on March 31 was the first of the ye...

NZ/Shanghai Writers Programme

The Shanghai/NZ Writers Exchange programme has been a significant initiative fostering literary and cultural exchange between New Zealand an...
PROMOTION FOR EAST WEST CONCERT 1 SEPTEMBER 2022

Fantastic Performance by Chinese & New Zealand Musicians

Fantastic Performance by China & New Zealand MusiciansAs the very recently appointed President of our Auckland Branch of our Societ...

Auckland Branch Annual General Meeting

The Auckland Branch Annual General Meeting is set to be held on the evening of Thursday 24th February. Because of gathering restrictions imp...

Auckland Branch pre-Christmas Picnic

The Auckland Branch held a very successful picnic on Saturday 11th December from around 11am through to 2 pm. The picnic was held in a beaut...

Commemoration of Rewi Alley’s 124th Birthday

This event was held in the Rewi Alley public reserve located in Totaravale, on Auckland’s North Shore on Thursday 2nd December 2021 at 10:30...

Auckland Branch: Annual General Meeting (18/03/2021)

The Annual General Meeting for the Branch was held last Thursday evening.Attendance: A good number (in the mid to high 20's) of members...

OBITUARY: Jack Grant-Mackie (27 Aug 1932 – 20 Feb 2021)

It is with great sadness that we record the death of Jack Grant-Mackie, a friend of China and a stalwart of the Auckland Branch for more tha...