Find out about the Foundation's Seriously Asia Revisited hui which consideried ways to advance New Zealand's relationships with Asia with a focus on society and culture.
Leadership Network member Jess Wong had toured the motu gathering stories that illuminate Chinese food culture and the important roll food plays among Chinese communities throughout New Zealand.
Yixuan Zhu's IN TOUCH Arts Commission work A Taste That Takes Me Home is a playful exploration of the role food plays in Chinese culture.
Massey University graduate Holly Williamson describes her Foundation summer internship with Southeast Asian biotechnology company Nutrition Technologies, a company turning fly larvae into animal feed.
Director Research and Engagement Suzannah Jessep reflects on the Foundation's recent visit to Malaysia and what it revealed about the mood of the Southeast Asian nation as it reopens to the world.
Executive director Simon Draper looks at how the Foundation's latest Perceptions of Asia survey has been received and reported on and reflects on completing a month of te reo language training.
The Foundation's director Research and Engagement Suzannah Jessep reflects on some of her key takeaways from attending the Shangri-La Dialogue, Asia's preeminent defence summit.
Asia New Zealand Foundation teams at Young Enterprise Trust’s Entrepreneurs in Action are quickly developing a reputation; for winning (or placing second).
Intern Harman Kaur describes how a stopover in Shanghai led her to change the direction of her studies and apply for an online Foundation internship with digital marketing agency United Media Solution
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.
We talk to Paul Mathews about his IN TOUCH dance In / You, which he performs with his wife, Mayu Tanigaito, and is filmed beneath the pohutukawa tree under which they were married in 2017.
"I didn’t know it at the time, but the Asia New Zealand Foundation Summer internship was the support and mentorship I needed to realise the power of an individual’s journey," says Montgomery Sykes.