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Arrowtown
After jumping over the umbrella, continue on the way to Queenstown. First take the name of New Zealand's most beautiful road - Crown Mountain Road. The colors of early spring are not rich enough, and it should be more beautiful if autumn arrives. Before arriving in Queenstown, you will pass through Arrowtown, alias Gold Rush Town. At the beginning of the 19th century, a large number of workers came here to find gold, including Chinese people who came to the treasure hunt from the Guangdong, Pearl River Delta and other places, so the Chinese people still have the Chinese heritage site for tourists to visit. I visited the site and strolled around the town without a destination. Many flowers bloomed, including magnolia, cherry blossoms and daisies. . . Let us find another good place for narcissism to take pictures. There are many small shops in Arrow, including cafes, restaurants, art galleries, bars and small shops selling souvenirs. Its predecessor was a gold rushing base. A long time ago, the Arrow River here was found to contain rich sands, attracting gold madmen from all over the world to explore and discover. Since then, Arrow Town has been established by the Arrow River. Today's Arrowtown has long since stopped relying on gold development. The original gold mines have also been mined and sealed. However, it is said that some people can still sift out the fine gold in the Arrow River. There are also many tourists who are willing to take the gold pan and squat on the river bank.
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Arrowtown
The town's start-up is legendary. It is said that Williams, the founder of Queenstown, found the sands on the Arrow River and took 23 pounds of gold in just a few weeks. This heavy news opened the prelude to the economic development of Arrowtown. There were still many Chinese miners working hard here, and now they can still see the remnants of Chinese miners in Arrowtown. The Arrow River is therefore known as one of the most abundant rivers in the world. After the gold rush cooled down, the arrow town of Qionglai was calm, with more than 30,000 people at the peak of the population and no more than 2,000 people. Today's town is still very well maintained and maintains its historical characteristics. At the crossroads of the town is the Visitor Center and the Gold Rush Museum. The exhibits here tell about the gold rush in the year. The ancient architectural district of Arrowtown is a few hundred meters long street extending from the crossroads where the museum is located: Buckingham Street. There are more than 60 well-preserved buildings in the Gold Rush era on both sides. Some of these historic buildings are still in daily use. For example, the Arrowtown Post Office, which opened in 1863, is still open for business. It is said to be the oldest post office in New Zealand. Some have turned into restaurants or homestays. Without exception, the signboard standing at the entrance to the building silently declares its own history for hundreds of years. Walk on this street, surrounded by centuries-old European architecture: an old English phone booth, a 19th-century inn, a classic car parked by the road, and the time seems to have returned to more than 100 years ago.
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Arrowtown
In the filming of the Lord of the Rings, the scene of Arwen's fight against the spirit in the movie was filmed at ArrowRiver's the Fordof Bruinen. The famous gold rush town. It is only 15 minutes drive from Queenstown. At the beginning of the 19th century, a large number of workers came here to find gold for wealth, including Chinese people who came to China from Guangdong, the Pearl River Delta and other places. At the riverside of Arrowtown, there is a Chinese Village (Chinese Settlement). The local government has worked very hard and kept some of the houses that the Chinese lived in during the gold rush here. In order to facilitate the visit of Chinese tourists, the Chinese village also has a Chinese commentary. Arrow Town The local museum is also worth visiting. There are precious cultural relics and materials about the history of Chinese gold rush. Arrowtown is not big. The only bustling commercial street in the town is called Buckingham Street. Gift shops, coffee shops and restaurants are concentrated here. Arrow Town The most beautiful time is the number of autumns every year. At the end of April and early May, the golden leaves were covered with branches, and the entire hill was golden. This time of year is also the annual autumn carnival festival in Arrowtown. Everyone is on the streets to celebrate and the atmosphere of joy is everywhere. Traffic: operated by Connectabus, going to Arrowtown Generally speaking, take 11 to Frankton.
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Arrowtown
There is a memorial hall in the town of Arrow that is closely related to the Chinese. It records in detail the long period of humiliation and bitterness of the Chinese miners in the 19th century. 1865, the gold rush in the Otago region began to cool down, a large number of European gold diggers went to the new gold mine on the west coast, the authorities worried about the economic collapse, decided to invite Australian Chinese miners to mine. But with the increasing number of Chinese and the expansion of commercial interests, locals worried that New Zealand would become a inferior race colony and began to introduce a series of laws to prevent Chinese immigrants and set up the Anti-China European Miners Association. The Chinese began to suffer Insult. Chinese people are deeply anxious about the hostility of the local people, suffering from poverty, they can't get rid of the status quo, they can only bear the burden of humiliation, hope to get enough 100-200 SGD to go home, use the money to buy a small farm, and eat a good food. life. In fact, with the depletion of gold mines, they knew that the gold rush dream was broken and they could only rely on traditional farming techniques to live. The shacks and shops of the memorial hall were rebuilt in the same year. It was so sighing that it was hard to imagine people living in such a harsh environment. In 2002, the New Zealand government officially apologized to the Chinese community for legally discriminating against early Chinese settlers; the following year, the New Zealand Protection Agency identified the improvement of the Chinese town of Arrowtown as part of the national reconciliation process to recognize the original Chinese The unique identity, history and courage of New Zealanders." We should not forget this history. I would like to use this text to celebrate the Chinese pioneers in New Zealand and recognize their contribution to the multicultural community in New Zealand.
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