After the Gold Rush. Article about early Chinese settlers in New Zealand
By Mark Andrews
South China Morning Post. 18/07/2017
The peace among the lotus-filled ponds of Zili village is shattered by a cacophony of quacking ducks. The verdant countryside near Kaiping city, in China’s southern Guangdong province, is largely deserted. The younger generation have gone to the burgeoning towns and cities of the Pearl River Delta in search of their fortune. About 150 years ago, the exodus was overseas.
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