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When:

Wed 24 Feb 2016, 12:00pm–1:30pm

Where: Central City Library, 44-46 Lorne St, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

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Chopstick Societies – Traditional costumes in the Sinospheric Chinese, Japanese and Korean cultures
Lunar New Year family history special with Lai Lam and Leona Wang

Wednesday, 24 February, 12 noon -1.30pm
Where: Central City Library, Whare Wānanga, Level 2
Cost: Free
Booking: To secure your place, please contact the Central Auckland Research Centre on 09 307 7771, or complete our online booking form.

New Year is a time when everyone in the Sinospheric chopstick societies dress up in their traditional costumes and visit families and friends.

Come to Central City Library and learn the stories behind the exquisite clothing. There will be samples on display for you to appreciate and touch!
Hear two great speakers discuss the intricacies of Sinospheric culture.

Lai Lam was born and raised in Hong Kong and has always been fascinated by the common roots that all Chinese, Japanese and Koreans (CJK) share. Lai has researched CJK personal names extensively and works as Communications and Business Information Coordinator at the AUT library.

Leona Wang was born and raised on mainland China and developed an interest in both fashion design and patternmaking. She graduated from AUT with a Bachelor of Fashion Design degree, where her research focused on traditional Japanese and Chinese minority ethnic costumes.

Booking
To reserve your place, contact the Central Auckland Research Centre on (09) 307 7771, or complete our online booking form.

Family History Lunchtime Series
Are you interested in researching your family history? Are you looking for a particular relative? Have you reached a dead end with your research?

Come along to one of our fortnightly family history talks to learn about new techniques, resources and types of genealogical research. These talks are given by experts in their field and can provide valuable insight into the story of your family.

When: Fortnightly on Wednesdays from February to November, 12pm - 1pm unless otherwise stated

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