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Diversity and vulnerability hot topics at leadership hui

What does it mean to lead? This is a question that everyone in the Leadership Network has probably thought about at some point, but sometimes we’re too busy to give the question the time it deserves

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Magical Japan entrances business intern

Charlene Leong describes being captivated by the beauty of Japan during her time interning with Mitsubishi Electric's Advanced Machine Learning Group in Tokyo.

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Simon Draper's April 2019 Update

The terrible events of March 15 have made us all pause and reflect upon what that day says about us as a society. I’d like to think that while the deed may shed light upon a small hate-filled minori

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Sushi, sake and surfing in Japan

Sushi and sake, sure, but surfing, it’s not something people readily associate with Japan.

Education / News
Kiwi teachers to make Indonesia connections

Six New Zealand teachers will learn about Indonesia and Islam up close and personal on a two-way exchange starting next week.

Education / News
Japan trip builds students' confidence, resilience and knowledge

Students from Opihi College in Temuka, near Timaru, spent three weeks in Nihon (Japan), living with host families, involving themselves in community activities, visiting sites and learning about Japan

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Leadership Network Hui inspires postgraduate study in Singapore

Opting to complete his master's studies in Singapore, Leadership Network member Ajay Ravindran quickly discovered swapping Auckland for the Asian hub meant his learning environment was far broader tha

Track II / News
Track II shows NZ's perception of itself not always shared by others

In December last year, Leadership Network member Wei-Wei Ng joined the Foundation’s Track II delegation that met with think tanks in Taiwan to discuss issues of mutual interest, including each count

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The winds of change in Philippines disaster management

Leadership Network members Dana McDiarmid and Garreth Stevens look at disaster risk management in the Philippines and what New Zealand could learn from the archipelago's experiences.

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Asia New Zealand Foundation marks 25 years

The Asia New Zealand Foundation is celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2019.

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The Crescent Moon: The Asian Face of Islam in New Zealand

A photographic book and exhibition about Muslim New Zealanders has acted as a gateway to understanding Islam over the past decade.

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Students wowed by lantern festival performers

It’s not often a Mongolian throat singer, a Chinese hat juggler and a trio of traditional folk musicians turn up at Timaru Girls’ High School, so when they do, the students sit up and take notice.

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