Asia New Zealand Foundation honorary adviser Helianti Hilman recently spoke at Festival for the Future about the important role local and global collaboration plays in entrepreneurship.
We chat with Leadership Network member Xavier Breed about his lockdown experience, teaching high school students Pacific dance and bringing a Pacific perspective to the network.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation partnered with Fieldays this month for an online discussion looking at changing consumption trends across Asia. The talk was broadcast live on on Fieldays TV.
When a delegation of Ainu people from Japan visited NZ, Leadership Network member Ben Matthews was excited to connect the group with tangata whenua using his Japanese to Māori translation skills .
It was with a sense of relief tinged with sadness for friends and colleagues she had to leave behind that Leadership Network member Sarah van Boekhout returned to New Zealand as COVID-19 first emerged
We chat with Leadership Network member Ben O'Brien about being in Hanoi as COVID-19 first struck and get his take on how Vietnam responded to the ensuing crises.
Leadership Network member Wei-Wei Ng compares the response to COVID-19 in Hong Kong to what she experienced during a short visit to New Zealand in March.
New Leadership Network member Klara Kippel was just settling into her internship at the APEC Secretariat in Singapore earlier this year when the full impact of COVID-19 started to become apparent.
With the Foundation's Leadership Network comprised of young people driven by a desire to make a difference, it's not surprising many of them are on the front lines in this country's response to COVID-
Twelve Leadership Network members headed to Tauranga recently to dedicate a weekend to tackle some of the big questions of leadership in today's environment. Raphael and Sebastian share a few of their
We chat to Leadership Network member Harry Gibson about moving to Jakarta, Indonesia, and reconnecting with the country he called home as a child.
Philanthropic Kiwis have been able to tour aid projects they support in far-flung corners of Bangladesh, thanks to a travel grant from the Foundation and some DIY cardboard virtual reality headsets.