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Chinese New Zealanders share their stories

Chinese New Zealanders share their stories

Saturday 12 February 1pm - 3pm

Soundings Theatre, Level 2 Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa Cable St, Wellington


Chinese New Zealanders share their stories. "Gung Hei Fat Choi - May good fortune attend you"

Te Papa marks the Chinese New Year with Chinese New Zealanders sharing their life experiences, reflections and aspirations. This presentation focuses on those who have visited China and how that visit altered, confirmed or enriched their view of their place in New Zealand's multi ethnic society.

Alistair Kwun - Cultural Events Promoter and Publicist Tze Ming Mok - Writer and Spokesperson for the Multicultural Aotearoa Rally Steven Young - President, Wellington Chinese Assocation Rosemary Jones - Wellington Chinese Opera Society Jo Luping - Artist and Film maker Eric Ngan - Artist and Events Coordinator


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