Media / News
Sir Edmund Hillary school still thriving in the Himalayas

Journalist Amy Ridout and photographer Virginia Woolf travelled to Nepal in November to document the impact Sir Edmund Hillary's Khumjung School continues to have on the surrounding district.

Research / News
Living under threat - lessons from South Korea

Otago University teaching fellow Peter Grace visited South Korea recently to look at how citizens of that country perceive and respond to the ever-present threat from the north.

Business / News
Internship an indisputable success

Coming to the end of her summer internship, Victoria University law student Lydia Joyce says the experience has provided her fascinating insights into the world of international dispute resolution.

News / News
Contributions of Asia New Zealand Foundation leaders recognised in New Year 2023 Honours

Paul Morgan and Mitchell Pham’s significant contributions have been recognised in the New Year 2023 Honours.

Research / Grant
Foundation research grants

The Foundation invites talented postgraduate students to apply for a scholarship of up to $3000 to help with research into Asia-related themes.

News / Article
Seriously Asia Revisited

The Foundation is looking back to a programme of work we conducted in 2003 to gauge just how far New Zealand has come with developing its relationships in Asia and what we need to do to progress them.

Research / News
Opportunities abound for NZ to get on board Asia’s sporting wave

A new report from the Foundation finds Asia is increasingly shaping global sports trends — but New Zealand needs to do more to help its sporting talent make the most of the region’s opportunities.

Research / News
Twenty-five years of New Zealanders’ views of Asia

After 25 years of polling, the New Zealanders’ Perceptions of Asia and Asian Peoples survey shows that New Zealanders feel more strongly part of Asia.