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Hawke’s Bay November 2013 Newsletter

NEXT MEETING: All welcome Date:      Friday 6th December              Time:      7.30pm Where:  Hastings District    Council  Chambers, ... Read more

Hawke’s Bay October 2013 Newsletter

NEXT MEETING: All welcome Awhina Tamarapa (Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāti Ruanui, Ngāti Pikiao) is curator, Māori at Te Papa. She holds a Bachelor ... Read more

Hawke’s Bay September 2013 Newsletter

China National Day Banquet Cost $30 per head     Delicious food Date:      Friday 4th October Time:      6.30pm Where:  Kung Fu Kitche... Read more

Hawke’s Bay August 2013 Newsletter

China’s Outstanding Natural World Heritage Dr Les Molloy, from Wellington, is a natural heritage consultant with a background in research ... Read more

Hawkes Bay Youth Orchestra Concert

Hawke's Bay Branch is working with our youth orchestra on a number of musical pieces including a special piece dedicated to Simon Deng Li, H... Read more

Hawke’s Bay July 2013 Newsletter

China’s Outstanding Natural World Heritage (Please note that the date is 6th September, as there is no Branch monthly meeting in August) ... Read more

Hawke’s Bay June 2013 Newsletter

NEXT MEETING:  We have the historic documentary Inside Red China(1957) on restricted loan from the New Zealand Film Archive and this is ou... Read more

Hawke’s Bay May 2013 Newsletter

NEXT MEETING: Hot pot is a Chinese style of cooking where a stock pot is in the middle of the table and various ingredients such as meats,... Read more

Korean Professional Go player Kim Hyumwoo visits Hawke’s Bay

Go is known as Weiqi in China and Baduk in Korea and these two countries are the world leaders.  Come and see  Kim Hyumwoo demonstrate, and ... Read more

Hawke’s Bay Branch President’s Report for the year 2012

A Society like ours only exists through friendship and commitment of us all as members and particularly through the executive. Last year was... Read more

Hawke’s Bay April/May Newsletter

NEXT MEETING: Korean Professional Go player Kim Hyumwoo visits Hawke’s Bay. Go is known as weiqi in Chinese and baduk in Korean, and thes... Read more