Coming to the end of her summer internship, Victoria University law student Lydia Joyce says the experience has provided her fascinating insights into the world of international dispute resolution.
Otago University teaching fellow Peter Grace visited South Korea recently to look at how citizens of that country perceive and respond to the ever present threat from the north.
Paul Morgan and Mitchell Pham’s significant contributions have been recognised in the New Year 2023 Honours.
We chat to poet Doc Drumheller about his IN TOUCH Arts Commission work in which fellow poets and dignitaries in New Zealand and Asia read poems from his 2018 collection of poems Drinking with Li Bai.
Sports consultant Sheryne Lok reflects on attending the International Working Group (IWG) Women in Sport Conference and discusses the challenges and opportunities facing women's sport in NZ and Asia.
The Foundation's executive director Simon Draper looks back on the year that's been and reflects on some of the key activities the Foundation has held and supported over the year.
We chat to two young leaders about their takeaways from the recent 8+8 Shanghai-New Zealand Young Leaders Dialogue, hosted by the Foundation and the New Zealand Consulate General in Shanghai.
As New Zealand city dwellers struggle to get from A to B, Singaporeans are riding high on an efficient and reliable transportation system, writes BusinessDesk senior journalist Oli Lewis.
Eighteen New Zealand tertiary students and recent graduates will experience how business is done in Asia while undertaking domestic, online and in-country internships this summer.
Christey West reports back on a trip to Indonesia and Cambodia she took with fellow network member Johanna Peek to visit charity schools they support through their non-profit Just Peoples.
Being a leader is not about being the loudest or most confident person in the room writes Leadership Network member Amarind Eng following the network's Rethinking Leadership Hui.
A new report from the Foundation finds Asia is increasingly shaping global sports trends — but New Zealand needs to do more to help its sporting talent make the most of the region’s opportunities.