ActivAsian | 活跃亚裔 액티베이시안

Increasing Sporting opportunities in the Asian community

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Lucy Wu

Lucy Wu

ActivAsian Lead

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Phone: 09-415 4654
Mobile: 027 700 4286

吴雨晴  Lucy Wu
电话:(09) 415 4654

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Harbour Sport ActivAsian

The Harbour Sport ActivAsian was privileged to be invited to Sir Peter Blake Marine Education and Recreation Centre's Supporters Evening last week. It was an awesome evening filled with fun water activities and an amazing dinner put together by the MERC staff.

We thank MERC for their constant effort in educating water safety for the newcomers' community and continuously, positively influence the younger generation through the passion for their work.We had the pleasure of being able to thank some of our supporters with a taste of MERC be it some activities, meeting some important young people or some food-most of it we made 🙂 We had fun putting it on for you, we hope you had fun being here! Thanks for coming out!
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Encouraging more Asians to participate in sport

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In the 2006 census, 17.8% of the North Shore population were classified as Asian, and of those 44% were Chinese and 23.9% were Korean. Increasing sporting opportunities for all ethnic groups across the North Harbour Region is an important goal for Harbour Sport. To facilitate this goal Harbour Sport has begun a project called “ActivAsian”.

Since the start of the project in 2009, ActivAsian aims to increase sport participation in the Asian community, with a particular focus on the Chinese and Korean communities on the North Shore. This is achieved by making sporting information more accessible, improving the capability of Regional Sport Organisations and clubs in engaging the Asian communities, and ultimately increasing sporting opportunities in the Asian community.

The ActivAsian initiative has three key objectives:

  • Improving sporting opportunities for Asian people, with a particular focus on school aged children.
  • Improving access to information about sport and recreational opportunities for the Asian community.
  • Encouraging more Asian people to participate in sport

2006年的人口调查显示,亚洲人占北岸总人口的17.8%,其中的44%为华人, 23.9% 为韩国人。为北岸地区所有族群增加体育机会是Harbour Sport 非常重视的目标。为了促进这个目标Harbour Sport 启动了“活跃亚裔”计划.



액티베아시안 배경 정보
2006년 센서스 조사에서 노스쇼어 거주 아시안인구는 17.8% 이며, 그 가운데 44%가 중국인으로 분류됩니다. 노스하버 지역을 걸쳐서 모든 인종들의 스포팅 기회를 증대시키는 것은 하버 스포트 의 중요한 목적입니다.

2009년에 시작된 이래로, 액티베시안 프로젝트는 아시안 커뮤니티 특히, 노스쇼어 지역의 중국인과 한인에 집중하여 그들의 스포츠 참여 증가에 목표를 두어왔습니다. 이런 목표는 스포츠에 대한 정보의 접근성을 증가시키고, 지역 스포츠 기관들과 클럽들이 아시안 커뮤니티와 연계하는 능력을 증진시킴으로서 궁극적으로는 아시안 커뮤니티 내에서 스포츠 기회를 향상시키는 것으로 이루어지게 됩니다.

엑티베이시안 프로젝트
하버 스포트의 엑티베이시안 프로젝트는 중국 커뮤니티를 우선적으로 한 구상계획이었습니다.

이 계획의 세가지 주요 목표는:

아시안들의 스포츠 활동기회, 특별히 취학아동들에게 집중된 기회를 증진 시킵니다.
아시안 커뮤니티의 스포트와 레크레이션 기회들에 관한 정보 접근성을 증진 시킵니다.
더 많은 아시안들이 스포트에 참여하기를 장려 합니다.

Connect with the Asian Community

We have established connections and relationships with Asian community groups and individuals through our initiatives and can assist in connecting your sports with these communities. The Chinese and Korean Sport Engagement Toolkit is a resource to assist organisations in engaging into Sport on the North Shore.

Multicultural Volunteers for Your Event

The ActivAsian Volunteering Programme is an initiative which aims to provide young Asian New Zealanders with the opportunity to be involved in the sport and recreation community through volunteering. They gain valuable personal and professional skills all while having heaps of fun.

Read More about the Programme

Outdoor Recreation

ActivRecreAsian and Walk With Us are outdoor recreation initiatives which connects the Asian community on the North Shore with the great outdoors, encouraging safe participation and social connection.

Collaboration - Lets Work Together

ActivAsian is always open to opportunities to collaborate and share resources as this has been vital to the success of our initiatives. If you would like to discuss collaboration opportunities, please contact us.

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