In this article we talk to the creators of their IN TOUCH Arts Commission work Walking Away and discuss why the tango is so popular among Asian communities in New Zealand and around the world.
Otago University graduate Cooper Jamieson says his online internship with NZ food distribution company Eat the Kiwi opened his eyes to the possibility of forging a career in Asia.
NZ needs to find new ways of building business connections with Asia and look beyond purely transactional relationships if this country is to make the most of opportunities in the region.
It is always a reflective time when someone who has been a seemingly permanent fixture in your life passes on. For many New Zealanders the Queen in Right of New Zealand was such a permanence.
Classrooms around the motu reverberated with the sound of taiko drumming thanks to a new Foundation programme bringing Asia-focussed activities to New Zealand schools.
How New Zealand can best advance its political and security objectives in Asia was the topic of discussion at the Foundation's Seriously Asia Revisited hui held in Wellington in August.
Over the 2021-2022 summer break, Auckland University student Philippa Elliffe delved into the future of musical theatre on a Foundation internship with S. Korea's CJ Cultural Foundation.
At the end of a five-month assignment in Manila working for the NZ Embassy, Leadership Network member Mabel Ye reflects on living in the Philippines and learning about the country and its culture.
We chat to artist Tiffany Singh about her work Tashi Dolma, a short video that captures the essence of her arts practice. Tashi Dolma is one of the Foundation's 2022 IN TOUCH Arts Commissions.
In the first of a series of articles highlighting the podcasts of Leadership Network members, we chat with four network members about their podcasts and what inspired them.
It’s been a busy month since my last Executive Director’s Update, with Seriously Asia Revisited (SAR) hui in Auckland and Wellington, an Honorary Advisers meeting, business events and more.
Whitireia and WelTec student Luke Hartfield says his love of Asian cultures and IT came together seamlessly during his two-month online internship with a leading Indian IT consultancy company.