NZCA GOLF TOURNAMENT 26 MAY 2013
Annual Golf Tournament 2013
There will be competitions as follows
Entry is on a first come first served basis . Each player must have an Official NZ Golf Handicap. Participants must be able to furnish their Club number and Membership number.
Social golfers are not required to have an official handicap. They will not be eligible for the Branch competitions, or the Inter –Branch Challenge Cup.
Prizes for best nett, best stableford, longest drive, and closest to the pin. Spot prizes.
Each team will consist of four players,(may comprise both men and women). A branch may enter more than one team. The team with the highest aggregate stableford points for the three best players will win the Challenge Cup. In the event of a tie, the winner will be the team with the lowest aggregate handicap index for the three counting players.
The latest Royal and Ancient Rules of Golf and normal golf etiquette apply. For the enjoyment of all, please keep up with the group ahead. A time target for the round is 4.5 hours.
Entry fee for each player is $45.00 which entitles them to be part of a team entry.
Please post your entry form together with your remittance to:
For all enquiries, please contact:
Please feel free to copy the entry form for distribution
NZCA WINTER CAMP 23 NOV - 23 DEC 2013
NZCA Winter camp
23 November to 23 December 2013
Cost: $5750.00 per person twin share + applicable taxes*
Itinerary includes Guangzhou, with visits to your ancestral villages, Chinese cultural activities and martial arts classes, bustling Shanghai with visits to the famed Tailors’ Market and Zhujiajao water town as well as a river cruis; historic Beijing exploring the Forbidden City, Summer Palace and the hutongs as well as visiting the Great Wall and Ming Tombs then on to Hong Kong.
A non refundable deposit of $500.00 per person is required before 15 July 2013
Full payment is due before 1 September 2013
Should you require further information please contact:
NZ Chinese Assn
Mobile: 021 982 726
YOUTH LEADERSHIP CAMP - 13 to 16th December 2013 -
NZCA Auckland Inc - Youth Leadership Camp –
13 to 16th December --
NZCA Auckland Inc is proud to launch a new initiative – being the Youth Leadership Camp to be held at Camp Adair, Hunua on 13th December 2013. The camp is open to all college students aged between 14 and 17 [*] and promotes team building, motivational and leadership skills – and identity with the Chinese community.
This initiative follows closely on the success of the NZCA Leadership and Development Conference, Future Dragonz and the China Winter Camp.
The camp is timed for after completion of secondary school examinations and provides an opportunity for all like-minded NZ Chinese youth to meet, greet and collaborate and share this great experience.
The working group committee has been established and planning towards this key date is underway.
Keep following the NZCA Newsletter for further updates and spread the word amongst your friends, family and wider network.
[*] as at 30 June 2013
NZCA LDC CONFERENCE 2013
New Zealand Chinese Association Leadership and Development Conference 2013
Sunday 3rd – Friday 8th February, 2013.
Willow Park, Eastern Beach, Auckland
Now in its 7th year, the NZCA Leadership & Development Conference (LDC) brings together the next generation of outstanding leaders between the ages of 18 and 30 to discover their unique identity as Chinese New Zealanders. Designed as a ’live-in’ seminar, the LDC provides a fun, relevant and effective training experience that enables young people to explore the theme of ‘Leadership. Identity. Community’.
High-profile local personalities from across New Zealand are invited to share their leadership journeys. The programme will also feature a range of indoor/outdoor activities, group discussions and a team leadership project.
This year again we are proud to confirm Albert King for the conference. Albert King is an action learning facilitator and personal development coach who delivers programmes on teamwork, leadership, communications and goal-setting. We thank him for his on-going support to LDC.
The conference is aimed at those who have an interest in making a positive impact in the local Chinese communities, now and in the future. It is an enriching experience that will deepen their personal and professional outlook on life, develop their leadership potential, provide insights into their heritage and equip them with practical life skills.
Application for LDC 2013 will be open in mid-August, please keep a close eye on our next e-newsletter.
result: GREAT SUCCESS - as per usual !
SENIOR LIFESTYLE GROUP
Meets every Tuesday at 1 New North Road, Newton, 10am to 2pm. Regular Activities:
* Tai Chi (60 minutes with David Wong at 10am prompt)
* Mah Jong
* Mandarin Lessons
* Table Tennis
* Chinese Chess & Other Board Games
* Indoor Bowls
* DVD/film/photo screenings especially about China and anything else you want. Entry Fee $2 per person.
Tea & Coffee provided. If you have skills you want to share please contact Kai Luey phone 522 1840, mobile 021 333 125.
LDC Break-up Concert involving Delegats
Auckland Branch is involved in representing Chinese at the local level and in organising and promoting many local Chinese community activities.
Auckland Branch also has programmes to help the local Chinese community to celebrate Chinese festivals and programmes that support the maintenance of Chinese language and culture.
Be part of a progressive thinking Organisation !
Future Dragonz: ( for young professionals )
Leadership Development Conference:
Youth Leadership Conference :
Winter Camp in China : ( annually for 18 - 28 year olds )
Lawn Bowl Tornaments:
Banana Conference :
Annual Easter Sports Tournament:
Auckland Branch activities include: