A new report from the Foundation finds strong appetite among South Island businesses to continue growing trade and investment links to Asia, despite Covid-19 constraints.
‘Governance’ is one of those words so often used these days that when said it can mean nothing or everything. It is, at its core, one of the key parts of any functioning organisation, hard to get righ
It’s easy to feel lost in a city of 30 million but connecting with a crew of like-minded Kiwis has helped five expats find their feet in Tokyo.
The Foundation's director business and South Island Alistair Crozier gives his take on some of the key messaging from the recent webinar looking at opportunities in India for NZ businesses.
Classrooms around the country rung with the sound of kids practicing Chinese phrases to mark New Zealand Chinese Language Week, which ran from 26 September to 2 October.
We chat with Jacob Rajan about the Indian Ink Theatre Company play 'Paradise or the Impermanence of Ice Cream', which he co-wrote and starred in.
Businesses in Singapore face similar working from home (WFH) conundra as their NZ counterparts and we could learn from their lead, writes Alistair Crozier.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono welcomes the appointment of Hon Dame Fran Wilde, DNZM, QSO, as its new chair, and the appointment of three new trustees.
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.
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.
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.
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.