This report demonstrates the diversity of activities within the Asian community ranging from cultural games, leisure activities, funded projects, workshops, and networking opportunities. It collects insights from Asian people of various ages, genders, abilities, and sexualities. It
highlights their voices, experiences and expectations living in Aotearoa and indicates the value of sport and recreation in supporting their settlement. The following insights portray Asian people as active participants- delivering programmes and hosting events; and critically analyses their initiatives and the perceptions of wider community.

This report explores how we engage with Asian communities in West Auckland, with the intention of answering the following questions:
How do Asian children experience sport and recreation in schools and
in communities?
What would improve their sport and recreation experience?
Who are the key organisations/groups in West Auckland, and what
are their expectations?
What assumptions do Asian people have about the NZ sporting
environment and funding system?


Creator | Kaihanga
Honglu Zhang
Year of Creation | Tau
Main Language | Reo Matua
Submitter's Rights | Nga Tika o te Kaituku
I am the author / creator of this resource
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been written outside an academic institution
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