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IN TOUCH – the faces of Petaling Jaya

NZ artist Paul Timings collaborated with Malaysian artist Lee Ren Xin to create a series of images portraying Xin's neighbourhood in Malaysia for the Foundation's IN TOUCH arts commissions.

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Kapowai Taiao - A call to nature

We chatted with director of contemporary dance/film production company Daniel Belton about his video/dance work Kapowai Taiao, which he produced as one of the Foundation's IN TOUCH arts commissions.

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K-Pop a gateway to Korean culture for Pacific youth

Leadership Network member Fine Koloamatangi looks at the growth of K-Pop among Pacific youth and speculates on what might be behind the genre's appeal.

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Unified Moon at Kang Nam Station

We chat with artist Sam Thomas about his exhibition Unified Moon, which is currently on at Kang Nam Station Korean restaurant on Queen Street.

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Cloud Pink wows the Hutt

We talk to Expressions Whirinaki Gallery curator Leanne Wickham about an interactive art installation from South Korea that gave gallery goers the sensation of touching clouds.

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Nelson curator finds Jewellery and more linking Taiwan and NZ

The Suter Art Gallery curator Sarah McClintock describes her trip to Taiwan to meet with contemporary jewelers with the goal of arranging an exhibition at the Nelson gallery.

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My Heart Goes Thadak Thadak an homage to Bollywood westerns

We chat with writer and director Ahi Karunaharan about My Heart Goes Thadak Thadak and what inspired him to write the Bollywood-influenced play.

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S.Korea's film industry inspires kiwi filmmaker

Benjamin Brooking reflects on his three-week internship in Seoul learning about South Korea's burgeoning film industry.

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Foundation arts residency
inspires Shades of Shakti

Artist Tristan Carter talks about how his 2013 Foundation arts residency in Bangalore, India, inspired his latest collaboration, Shades of Shakti, a group that fuses classical Indian music and Jazz.

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India poetry congress a gathering of brothers and sisters for NZ poet

We talk to poet Doc Drumheller, the editor and publisher of art magazine Catalyst, about attending the 39th World Congress of Poets (WCP) in Bhubaneswar, India.

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East Meets West in Wellington

The three women who founded Wellington’s Chinese New Year Festival reflect on how it has developed since the early days and talk about the significance of perennial festival favourite East Meet West.

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Artists inhale Mayurbhanj

Artist Lipika Sen describes her residency in Mayurbhanj, India, where she and her co-artist Prabhjyot Majithia stayed in a palace with an erstwhile royal family and silently roaring tigers.

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