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Artist divines connections in Japan and Taiwan

Visiting fortune tellers and spiritual readers for an upcoming project gave artist Jen Alexandra a glimpse into a significant side of Japanese and Taiwanese societies that often go overlooked.

Media / News
Kiwi nurse on TB frontlines in Philippines slum

Journalist Nicholas Jones and photojournalist Mike Scott investigate the impact of tuberculosis in sprawling Philippines slum where a NZ nurse is on the front lines battling the disease.

News / News
Suzannah Jessep's February 2024 CEO Update

Tēnā koutou and warm greetings! Welcome to this first CEO Update for 2024, and a happy lunar New Year to everyone.

Business / News
KPMG internship shines a light on bustling Indonesia

Arriving in Jakarta, KPMG intern Thomas Kim was blown away by the hustle and bustle of the city but quickly found his feet putting his university education to work helping the KPMG team and their clie

Track II / News
Dynamic and Determined: Catching the vibe of Viet Nam through Track II engagement

Struck by the energy and dynamism she encountered in Vietnam, Professor Beth Greener looks at the nation's place in the region, some of the big issues it faces and the role of Track II diplomacy.

Sports / News
Young Kiwis dive into Singapore

In Singapore for the Singapore Nationals, a group of young New Zealand divers maximised their time in the Southeast Asian nation by immersing themselves in the vibrant city and its myriad attractions.

Media / News
The Hui follows a daughter's journey to find her Japanese father

The Hui producer Ruwani Perera recounts travelling to Japan with Migoto Eria (Tūhoe, Ngāti Kahungunu) as she embarks on a quest to reunite with her Japanese father after four decades of separation.

Arts / News
Q&A: NZ artist immerses self in Taiwan's vibrant pop culture

In this Q&A, we talk to artist Allan Xia about his research trip to Taiwan and discuss what makes Taiwan such a hotbed for contemporary pop-culture.

Sports / News
China visit a "humbling cultural journey" for Auckland Uni football team

Visiting Jinjiang, China, to participate in the FISU University World Cup was an unforgettable 16-day adventure for the University of Auckland Football Team, writes team captain Connor Turton.

Track II / News
Geopolitics, climate change and the Pacific hot topics at AIIB roundtable

The Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono recently hosted a delegation from the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), led by its president, Jin Liqun, for a roundtable.

Media release
New leader for Asia New Zealand Foundation

The Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono has appointed its first woman CEO – Suzannah Jessep.

ED Update
Adele Mason's December 2023 Update

The Foundation's acting executive director Adele Mason reflects on the year that's been and looks ahead to 2024 with a new CEO for the Foundation.

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