The New Zealand Chinese Association is a national organisation established 80 years ago with 14 branches throughout New Zealand.
It represents the interests of both long-established and new Chinese migrant groups.

It caters to the social, sporting and cultural needs of the Chinese community in New Zealand by organising annual events such as:

And regular events such as:

As well as  on-going historical research on:

The Association encourages cultural maintenance and academic achievement by offering financial support or prizes  for:

  • Chinese Language Schools
  • Classes in Chinese dance
  • Lion and Dragon dance training
  • Academic excellence

The Associations is an active participant in the national conversations on:

Recently the Association has been engaged in major fundraising in support of:

  • International disaster relief
  • NZ Olympic team to Beijing

The Association is currently studying:

  • Positive aging
  • Women issues