Chinese Garden

Pupils prepare for China trip

Pupils prepare for China trip

Bayfield High School pupils have performed at the Dunedin Chinese Garden to prepare for a trip to China.

Settlers museum, Chinese Garden management merged

Settlers museum, Chinese Garden management merged

Management of the Dunedin Chinese Garden is to be merged with the neighbouring Toitu Otago Settlers Museum as part of a shake-up designed to minimise the garden's cost to ratepayers.

Pond-raised fish fingered as smarter

Pond-raised fish fingered as smarter

Fish raised in a pond on an Arrowtown estate and given to the Dunedin Chinese Garden are proving smarter than their pet store counterparts, the garden manager says. Margo Reid said a shag could eat five fish in a single dive in the jade green waters of the Dunedin Chinese Garden.

Chinese Garden comes under council scrutiny

Chinese Garden comes under council scrutiny

Questions and suggestions were the order of the day for the manager of the Dunedin Chinese Garden, Margo Reid, when she appeared before city councillors yesterday to discuss the garden's financial future.

Falling numbers prompt shake-up

Falling numbers prompt shake-up

The Dunedin Chinese Garden could be in for a shake-up as visitor numbers continue to decline, leaving ratepayers to foot more of the bill.

Trim and terrific

Trim and terrific

Brian Ellis demonstrated the ancient Chinese art of Pen Jin and its Japanese counterpart bonsai at the Chinese Garden yesterday as part of its New Year celebrations.

Gardens vandalism shock

Gardens vandalism shock

Staff at Dunedin's Chinese Gardens are "gutted" after two people scaled the gardens walls yesterday, ran around inside and then damaged the place trying to get out.

Chinese Garden 'nationally significant'

The Dunedin Chinese Garden has been designated a garden of national significance.

Takeaways no longer on Chinese Garden menu

Takeaways no longer on Chinese Garden menu

The tide has turned in a desperate battle for survival at the Dunedin Chinese Garden.

Amateur contemplates win

Amateur contemplates win

More than 50 years of amateur photography resulted in a win for Dunedin man Keith McMillan (74).

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