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Hauraki District, New Zealand

( ) 2021-08-27

About the district

Hauraki District lies to the southeast of Auckland, the largest city in New Zealand. With a population of 17,840 and an area of 1,269 square kilometers, the district is close to the seaside and has large stretches of pasture. The scenery there is beautiful and pleasant.

The local industry in Hauraki is dominated by modern agriculture and animal husbandry. Its dairy products and kiwi fruit are well-known around the world. Sports like rugby, tennis, football, cricket, golf, and hockey are all very popular in Hauraki.

Establishment of friendly relations

Introduced by Mr. Wu Keming, Chinese consular-general to Sydney, Hauraki mayor Basil J. Morrison sent a message to the district of Jiading in October 2000, expressing hope for friendly exchanges.

On April 6, 2001, the two sides signed the Agreement on Friendly Exchanges and Cooperation Between Jiading District of Shanghai Municipality of the People's Republic of China and Hauraki District of New Zealand.

On September 14, 2001, the two sides signed the Agreement on Establishing Friendly Relations Between Jiading District, Shanghai, China, and Hauraki District, New Zealand.



Jiading Fahua Pagoda

The Fahua Pagoda, 40.8 meters tall, is a square, brick-wood structure with seven stories, accessible by ladders.