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The New Zealand Chinese experience is unique and important — the new history curriculum can’t ignore it

By Manying Ip, Emeritus Professor of Asian Studies, University of Auckland
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Chinese people have been in New Zealand for over 180 years, but their remarkable story will remain widely unknown if it isn't taught in schools.

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