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Leadership, it's not about being the Big Man

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.

Research / News
Opportunities abound for NZ to get on board Asia’s sporting wave

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.

News / News
Simon Draper's November 2022 Update

Executive director Simon Draper looks back on the month that's been, including travelling to Vietnam as part of the Prime Minister' delegation and briefing the PM on Seriously Asia Revisited.

Leadership / News
Leadership Network member shaped by a love of languages

Nathan Taylor fell in love with languages while living in Indonesia as a teen and went on to do a Masters looking at how accents influence an individual's perceived credibility.

Media / News
TVNZ's Cushla Norman reports back from resolute Taiwan

As China ratchets up the pressure on Taiwan, locals are preparing for the worst but getting on with life, writes journalist Cushla Norman. Her visit was supported by a Foundation media travel grant.

Education / News
A Clear Dawn shines for budding poets

Students at Cobham intermediate turned their hands/minds to the art of the ode thanks to a Foundation-arranged visit by poet Neema Singh. Livia Adams and May Fudakowska (Y8) describe the experience.

Arts / News
The First Asian Prime-Time Sitcom

The Foundation talks to Nahyeon Lee about her new play The First Prime-Time Asian Sitcom - how the work evolved through the pandemic and the pressures that have come with putting on an Asian-led show.

Arts / News
IN TOUCH - Being, Becoming

We chat to artist Xi Li about her IN TOUCH Arts Commission work Being, Becoming - an organic and synthetic digital sculpture reflecting on identity through a mythical narrative framework.

Arts / News
Arts reunion a chance to reconnect and look ahead

The Foundation brought together some of the hundreds of arts practitioners it has supported over the years for a reunion in to reconnect, share ideas and learn about upcoming opportunities.

Leadership / News
Hui shines a light on the history of Chinese in Otago

The Leadership Network's recent Otago History Hui ensured the often-overlooked history of Chinese in New Zealand was front and centre, writes hui participant and network member Alex Smith.

Arts / News
Speakers to provide Japanese lens at photo festival

We chat to Auckland Festival of Photography CEO Julia Durkin about the two Japanese photography practitioners Emi Higano and Ihiro Hayami who the Foundation is supporting to speak at the festival.

Track II / News
Opinion: Despite differences, NZ and India have much to gain through working together

Following this month's visit by Indian Minister of External Affairs Subramanyam Jaishankar, the Foundation's director research and engagement looks at the increasing importance of India to NZ

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