Naushyn Janah writes about her internship at the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre and falling in love with the diverse, vibrant city of Hong Kong.
Tēnā anō koe. As I’m sure you’re all aware, this week is Te Wiki o te Reo Māori.
A reciprocal exchange programme that builds online connections between classrooms in New Zealand with those in Asia recently saw six Indonesian teachers visit NZ schools.
With only one person out of a group of 32 having travelled there before before, Saint Peter's College First XV's trip to Japan was always going to be an incredible learning experience.
Asia-themed art installations and shows are set to make a big impact thanks to new grants from the Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono.
Over the course of her internship in Shanghai, Cleo Gilmour discovered that New Zealanders' perceptions of China need updating to account for the massive changes the county is undergoing.
When Shannon Goldsmith hung up his rugby boots after an OE spent playing footy in England, Ireland and Australia, he turned to judo.
The Foundation's sports adviser Kirsty Sharp writes about her first visit to Japan, which she took earlier this year as part of the Japan Sports Forum.
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...