17 February, 2020
*Application forms for the NZCA 2020 Academic Awards are now available*
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.
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. Meng has made a strong contribution not only to the city of Gisborne and the region, but also to the work and initiatives of the New Zealand Chinese Association.
18 June, 2018
An isolated Old Man and Old Woman prepare for the arrival of important guests. Ionesco’s iconic absurdist farce reinterpreted for Kiwi audiences in Te Reo, Samoan, Cantonese and English. Using physical theatre, comedy and pathos, the boundaries of language will be transcended by beautiful moments of theatre and community connection.
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.
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. Held over Easter weekend from Friday 14th to Monday 17th April 2017.
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.
25 April, 2016
The Governor General Sir Jerry Mateparae, together with the Minister of Ethnic Communities Hon Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga, the Chief of Army Major General Peter Kelly, the National Senior Vice President of the Royal New Zealand Returned Services Association Mr Bob Hill, the Deputy Head of Mission of the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China Mr Qu Guangzhou, and other distinguished guests attended the official launch of a book about Australian and New Zealand ANZACS of Chinese descent during World War One at the Pukeahu National War Memorial Park on 8 March 2016 at 6.00pm.