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2022 NZCA Academic Awards

19 February, 2022

Application forms for the NZCA 2022 Academic Awards are now available

Blessing the new SS Ventnor memorial site in Opononi

26 May, 2020

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Ventnor memorial receives Provincial Growth Funding

8 May, 2020

The New Zealand Chinese Association (NZCA) is delighted to receive Government support from the Provincial Growth Fund for its SS Ventnor memorial.

Statement on coronavirus impact in New Zealand

5 February, 2020

The New Zealand Chinese Association is concerned that people of Chinese heritage are experiencing harassment and abuse sparked by fears about coronavirus.

The New Zealand Chinese Association (Inc) wishes Meng Foon the Mayor of Gisborne

15 March, 2019

The New Zealand Chinese Association (Inc) wishes Meng Foon the Mayor of Gisborne - who has announced his retirement - all the best for the next stage in his journey.

The Chairs by Eugene Ionesco - performed in Cantonese

18 June, 2018

An isolated Old Man and Old Woman prepare for the arrival of important guests.

Ching Ming April 2018

26 April, 2018

NZCA pays respects at Rawene cemetery, and visits Ventnor-related sites in the rohe of Te Rarawa and Te Roroa iwi in the Hokianga as part of Ching Ming celebrations.

69th NZCA Easter Tournament

23 March, 2017

The 69th "New Zealand Chinese Association (Inc) Annual Sports Tournament" and Cultural Show 2017 will be hosted by the Canterbury Branch in our beautiful Garden City, Christchurch.

Chinese ANZACs now available

20 August, 2016

Hard cover copies of Chinese ANZACs are now available for sale.

How Mr And Mrs Gock Saved The Kumara

15 August, 2016

Auckland Branch Members, Mr and Mrs Gock feature in a TVNZ short story.

Opening of the Chinese Community Courtyard at Te Takare

24 July, 2016

NZCA President and Gisborne Mayor Meng Foon attended the opening of the Chinese Community Courtyard at Te Takare.

PM John Key's speech at Tsinghua University

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.