Radio New Zealand reporter John Gerritsen travelled to explore the impact of the diaspora of New Zealand-educated Chinese on the New Zealand-China relationship.
The Foundation's James To looks back on three very different Track II diplomacy experiences he recently participated in - in the US, Malaysia and New Zealand - where he got a taste of the various ways
Auckland Live digital curator Nolwenn Lacire travelled to South Korea in June to learn about the country’s digital art scene and attend the International Symposium of Electronic Art in Gwangju.
Kia ora koutou. Maybe it's because it's midwinter and because July for me was broken up by engagements outside of Wellington, but this month's update seems to have rolled around quickly...
The Philippines is blessed with picturesque beaches and mountains; however, MAD Travel intern Menorah Gafa says the true beauty of this country is its people and culture.
Hamilton Boys' High School First 15 coach Logan Asplin writes about taking the team to Japan to in April where they played local teams and billeted with Japanese families.
Asia New Zealand Foundation business intern and Leadership Network member Mabel Ye reflects on interning at the New Zealand Consulate-General Office in Chengdu, southwest China.
Journalist Duncan Greive looks at some of the most exciting independent media start-ups fighting for a place in Asia's often less- media friendly countries.
Vanessa Bramwell writes about juggling parenthood and her PhD studies and how attending the 33rd Asia Pacific Roundatable in Kuala Lumpur helped clarify the direction she wants to take her career.
Musician Shayne Carter writes about the three months he spent as the inaugural artist in residence at creative/civic hub Bangkok 1899 where he immersed himself in local culture and composed and perfor
Victoria University lecturer Alex Bukh writes about the nations jostling for influence in the Mekong region - the major players, their motives and what's at stake.
We launched our Perceptions of Asia report this week, a survey that has tracked the way New Zealanders view Asia and its peoples for more than 20 years. It’s fair to say that since the first survey