11 February, 2017
Application forms for the NZCA 2017 Academic Awards are now available
20 August, 2016
Hard cover copies of Chinese ANZACs are now available for sale.
15 August, 2016
Auckland Branch Members, Mr and Mrs Gock feature in a TVNZ short story.
24 July, 2016
NZCA President and Gisborne Mayor Meng Foon attended the opening of the Chinese Community Courtyard at Te Takare.
21 May, 2016
On the 19 April 2016 the Prime Minister the Rt Hon John Key's spoke at Tsinghua University and mentions both our National President Meng Foon and Chinese ANZACs.
17 February, 2016
The Auckland Chinese Association Newsletter for Autumn - February 2016 is now available.
11 December, 2015
The 2016 Easter Sport Tournament will be held in Auckland. Click on the monkeys to visit the website!
26 April, 2015
To celebrate 80 years as New Zealand's leading national Chinese organisation,
the New Zealand Chinese Association is delighted to announce
the forthcoming publication of its latest book — about its own history.
雕 石 成 璧 Turning Stone into Jade
21 February, 2015
An Important part of Chinese New Zealand history.
8 January, 2015
Some of us may remember the local Chinese laundry, where our parents or grandparents worked for long hours in hot, steamy conditions. Laundry work was one of the main occupations that Chinese immigrants to New Zealand took up after the gold rushes, along with market gardening and fruit and vegetable and grocery stores. Chinese laundries were so prevalent by the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, they became an ethnic stereotype, particularly in the United States and Canada.
29 May, 2014
This is the story of how a community founded by Chinese sojourners and migrants adapted to New Zealand, their new homeland far from the place of their ancestor's birth. The community history will be published soon. To purchase a copy of Turning Stone into Jade, please email the NZCA at email@example.com[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
1 October, 2013
Home cooking through the generations since Chinese Women Settled in New Zealand over the last 100 years