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Staying nimble helps social entrepreneurs navigate Covid

Tesh Randall, co-founder of yoghurt brand Raglan Coconut, talks about meeting with a group social entrepreneurs in Martinborough recently to share ideas and their experiences of navigating a turbulent

Business / News
Reflections on Seoul

Almost three years since she set off for Seoul for an IT internship with Wilson Parking, we chat with Pang Suwanaposee about the internship and how the experience impacted her life and career.

Track II / News
Indonesia & NZ: Foreign Relations under Covid

On the back of the Foundation's recent Track II exchange with Indonesian thinktank CSIS, the University of Auckland's Natasha Hamilton-Hart takes a look at Indonesia-NZ relations in a time of pandemic

News / News
Simon Draper's October 2020 Update

The opening of our formal presence in the South Island was the highlight of the past few weeks at the Foundation.

Research / News
Nuclear bomb plot inspires research

A spy story with all the ingredients for a best-selling novel provided the inspiration for Paul Winter’s 2018 research project, funded in part by a grant from the Asia New Zealand Foundation.

Education / News
Taupō kids get a taste of Chinese language and culture

Year 6 teacher Ling Clarke describes the host of activities Taupō’s Saint Patrick’s Catholic School students tried their hands at to mark this year’s New Zealand Chinese Language Week.

Leadership / News
Young entrepreneurs take up the challenge

The Foundation’s Wellington office was a hive of innovation over the weekend as six young entrepreneurs competed against teams from around the country to win the Young Enterprise Trust Challenge.

Leadership / News
Conversations about identity – Leadership Network member shares her story

Following the March 2019 terror attacks, Leadership Network member Arina Aizal decided not to shy away from the public but instead reach out and share her experiences of being Muslim in New Zealand.

Research / News
Sri Lanka fieldwork helps shape career path

Jasmine Edwards reflects on her visit to Sri Lanka to conduct research for her master's project in 2016. She says the trip helped her bridge the gap between academic research and real-world practice.

Leadership / News
Learning Chinese opens doors to wider world

The Asia New Zealand Foundation chats with Leadership Network member Emily Wilby about why she took up studying Mandarin Chinese and the opportunities studying the language have provided her.

News / News
Simon Draper's September 2020 update

In this month's ED Update executive director Simon Draper looks at some of the way the Foundation has been reaching out to stakeholders while face-to-face activities are still largely on hold.

Arts / News
Cloud Pink wows the Hutt

We talk to Expressions Whirinaki Gallery curator Leanne Wickham about an interactive art installation from South Korea that gave gallery goers the sensation of touching clouds.

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