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all of our Chinese friends. The
Rangiora Library is hosting a free Chinese Community Night on Saturday March 24,
starting at 4pm, to welcome our Chinese residents and help them meet and
communicate with each other.
night is designed to allow newcomers to the District to learn more about the
services that are available to them in Canterbury.
event is sponsored by Citizens Advice Bureau and Immigration NZ, in
collaboration with the Waimakariri District Council and Waimakariri Libraries.
Denise Wiggins, Community
Development Facilitator, for the Waimakariri District Council, has worked
extensively in the community to help connect migrants and newcomers.
“We have a growing Chinese community
who we would like to welcome, connect with and support, to help them settle and
integrate into our district,” she says.
The event, which will include a taste of China through the
provision of Chinese cuisine, is similar in design to the hugely successful
Filipino and a Pasifika Community nights that were held last year.
from the CAB North Canterbury is delighted to welcome all new migrants.
“We are here to
help you with any questions you may have, from finding activities to do,
consumer issues, employment problems, housing issues etc. Our service is free
and confidential, our friendly volunteers are there to help,” she says.
District Council and NZ Hubei Economy Trade Culture Association are hosting a
photo exhibition which provides the chance for Cantabrians to gain a glimpse of
our Sister City, Enshi.
Exhibition will be officially opened by Waimakariri Mayor David Ayers on the
night in the Chamber Gallery.
He will be
joined by Dr Yafei Zhou, Yang Qin Zhou, and other members from the NZ Hubei
Economy Trade Culture Association, who facilitated the Sister City
The Enshi Vision in Oceania exhibition displays
photographs supplied by the Enshi Prefecture Photographic Association,
showcasing the finest imagery of its people and surrounds.
will see some stunning natural features including the world-renowned Chinese
‘Grand Canyon’, the ancient Tusi City, clear water river and the endless
mountain tea gardens that are a strong feature of the region.
exhibition is an example of the way the people of Canterbury and Hubei have
begun sharing cultures.
the growth in Chinese tourists to New Zealand in recent years, with daily direct
flights into Christchurch, Waimakariri’s sister city relationship is already
providing opportunities for locals to enhance their understanding of Chinese
culture, so that they can better cater for their needs.
are encouraged to attend and there will be a Storytimes session, as well as fun
activities provided by the Olive Tree Language School to keep children engaged,
while the formal speeches occur, to be followed by a taste of Chinese food.
for the Chinese Community Night are essential; people can register at any
Waimakariri Library, or call (03) 311 8901 to register by phone. For more
information go to the Waimakariri Libraries website: libraries.waimakariri.govt.nz For further information on Enshi our
‘sister city’ visit: waimakariri.govt.nz