Immigration and its impact on our country is a contentious topic at the best of times. That’s why the Office of Ethnic Affairs created the EthnicA Conferences, to provide platforms for discussion within our ethnic communities and the wider public.
The cast and crew of The Bone Feeder, a play that tells the story of the sinking of the S.S. Ventnor in 1902, along with the remains of 499 Chinese gold miners
Future Dragonz, a large network of upwardly mobile Chinese New Zealanders have come up with a public conversation series to discuss employee discrimination, cultural stereotyping and career competencies.
Lynda Chanwai-Earle talks to the Prayas cultural group in Auckland about themes of social injustice and embracing the community with creative projects.
Living life in constant fear and hunger, something that hopefully not too many New Zealanders need ever experience. This however, has been life for all of the contributors of Refugee Stories, a new publication launched in late 2011, with the School of Language and Cultures and the Centre for Refugee Education at the Auckland University of Technology.
Inspirational reconstructive plastic surgeon, Dr Swee Tan talks about his childhood dream to become a doctor.
Lynda Chanwai-Earle meets young and talented entrepreneur Graci Kim in Wellington
It’s International Women’s Day and Lynda’s chasing a group of outspoken and inspiring Pan-Asian women during a march for peace throughout the streets of Wellington
Lynda Chanwai-Earle gets a crash course in basketball from the Under 18 team at the Wellington Chinese Sports and Cultural Centre, as they take on a visiting team from South Korea.
Lynda Chanwai-Earle checks out the dance moves of the very cool JDK hip hop crew, a group of teenagers with intellectual disabilities in Wellington.
The Chinese Horoscope Show is an exploration of the Chinese zodiac where each artist had to create a piece of work inspired by their sign.
Lynda Chanwai-Earle chats to concert pianist John Chen at the Michael Fowler Centre, Wellington, during rehearsals before his celebratory Chinese New Year performance with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and is treated to an excerpt of China’s most famous Yellow River Concerto by the composer Xian Xinghai (1905-1945).
The Asian Events Trust were finalists for the Community of the Year at the New Zealander of the Year Awards and responsible for bringing the last decade of the popular Chinese New Year Festival to Wellington.
Lynda Chanwai-Earle checks out the annual Chinese New year Festival celebrations in Wellington.
Lynda Chanwai-Earle interviews Lemi about the artistic vision behind the work of MAU, the challenges of touring internationally and why he chose to work with Tame Iti.
Dr Lisa Wu talks to Lynda about her work as a neuropsychologist
Lynda Chanwai-Earle chats to expatriate Chinese New Zealander Dr Lisa Wu.
Part 2 of a special focussing on a unique Pan-Asian high school in Auckland that implements a great method of countering the problem of school bullying.
Lynda Chanwai-Earle kicks off Asian Report for 2012 with a two part special focussing on a unique Pan-Asian high school in Auckland that implements a great method of countering the problem of school bullying.
Part two of a programme looking at groundbreaking research into Asian and Ethnic Minority Health in our country, taking place at Auckland University’s School of Population Health.
Part 1 of a 2 part special looking ground breaking research into Asian and Ethnic Minority Health in our country.
Lynda Chanwai-Earle went to meet four nervous finalists in Auckland’s CBD, as they shared excerpts of their stories and prepared to find out who the winner is.
Sam Trubridge and collaborative performance art projects in Korea and Japan.
The drama of death from diverse perspectives.
Lynda Chanwai-Earle chats to film-maker Faramarz Beheshti.