A message from Asia New Zealand Foundation executive director Simon Draper on how the Foundation is operating during the Covid-19 lock down.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono provides experiences and resources to help New Zealanders build their knowledge, skills and confidence to thrive in Asia.
Indonesia finds itself having to balance the benefits of foreign capital investment in major infrastructure projects and protecting its own strategic interests, writes research grantee Jackson Calder.
Entrepreneur Kaye-Maree Dunn is looking to connect with a Vietnamese research and development company to help develop an online tool to assist Māori investigate their geneology.
NZME journalist Katie Harris says studying Bahasa Indonesia and interning for global news agency APF was a life changing experience that made her reconsider the way she approaches journalism.
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Find out about all the opportunities we offer, including grants, residences and internships.
Each year, the Asia New Zealand Foundation offers three postgraduate research grants of $5,000.
The arts project fund supports New Zealand professional arts companies, events and organisations to deliver projects that will grow New Zealanders' awareness and knowledge of Asian arts.
Our media travel grants programme offers New Zealand journalists the chance to travel independently to Asia to research and prepare stories – to help demystify Asia for New Zealand audiences.
This Y4-7 social studies mini-unit has been designed for students to learn at home (or in the classroom) by working independently on differentiated learning activities to explore the Philippines.
Year 10 Food Technology unit explores the importance of rice as a staple food in Asian Cultures. Students will investigate the impact of rice on the cultures of Japan and India.
This physical education unit explores the differences in lifestyles of students in New Zealand and Japan.
A new report from the Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono highlights the dynamic connections between New Zealand and India – and outlines plenty of opportunities to grow the relationship.
With many New Zealanders’ eyes on Japan for the Rugby World Cup, a new report commissioned by the Foundation explores whether enough has been done to sustain the relationship off the field.
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