In this book Manying Ip rediscovers the voices of a fascinating group of New Zealanders. Telling the stories of seven families from the late nineteenth century to the present, the book casts light on the historical and contemporary relations between Māori and Chinese in New Zealand. Each family have a full chapter which explores in depth the voices of the protagonists themselves. This account is oral history at its most compelling—an absorbing read for anyone interested in the complex yet rewarding topic of cultural interactions between indigenous and immigrant groups.
Size: 21 x 15 x 2cm