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Webinar: Myanmar - strategies to democracy

On 21 September, the Asia New Zealand Foundation hosted a dialogue with Kia Kaha Myanmar to look at how Myanmar can return to democratic rule and what NZ can do in support of this critical transition.

Arts / News
IN TOUCH Arts Commission: Yoru no Torii

Allan Xia's motion comic Yoru no Torri recounts his visit to Fushimi Inari Taisha shrine, Kyoto, where a chance encounter with an old man revealed to him another side of the sacred site.

Business / News
Optimism for Asia's post-Covid recovery abounds at Singapore conference

Speakers at this year's Singapore Institute of Directors Conference exuded confidence in Asia's ability to emerge from Covid lockdowns in a strong position, writes the Foundation's Ethan Jones.

News / News
Simon Draper's September 2021 Update

Kia ora koutou. Kia pai, kia harikoa hoki Te Wiki o te Reo Māori. It is an important week in Aotearoa as it is a chance for us to celebrate and help revitalise this country’s indigenous language.

Education / News
Teachers connect online to build global competence

Nine of the Foundation’s recently inducted education Champions connected with educators in Asia recently as part of an online programme to help develop cultural awareness and ‘global citizens’.

Arts / News
Q&A: The Mourning After

We talk with playwright and director Ahi Karunaharan about his play The Mourning After, which the Foundation supported with an Arts Project grant.

Leadership / News
Young entrepreneurs tackle clothing waste and didymo for 48-hour challenge

Leadership Network members took a group young entrepreneurs under their wing to guide them to second place in this year's Entrepreneurs in Action event, held in Wellington recently.

Leadership / News
Festival inspires hope for the future

Leadership Network members joined thousands of others at TSB Arena in Wellington recently to attend New Zealand's largest social innovation summit, Festival for the Future. In this article, Leadership

Arts / News
Flowers and People - Gold

We talk to director of Whirinaki art gallery Leanne Wickham about the animated and interactive work Flowers and People - Gold, by Japanese arts collective Teamlab.

Education / News
Mascot designs to cheer on the New Zealand team at the Tokyo Paralympic Games

Arts / News
IN TOUCH - 20...20 VISION

Experience Shane Carter and Arnont Nongyao's "abrasive and confronting" audio-visual work 20...20 VISION. 20...20 VISION is an IN TOUCH Arts Commission.

News / News
Simon Draper's August 2021 Update

This month, Simon Draper looks back on the Foundation's Olympic activation at the Cloud on Auckland's waterfront and looks ahead to a month of business events around the South Island.

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