How did Taiwan move from an authoritarian state to one of Asia's most democratic, why is China unlikely to follow suit and why does it matter to New Zealand?
Leadership Network member Michelle Too reflects on COP26 – the international climate change conference she attended online late last year.
2016 was the year of the monkey in the Chinese zodiac – but it wasn’t a monkey lantern that went missing from the Auckland Lantern Festival.
To mark the launch of the Foundation's latest research report, Te Waipounamu and Asia: Now and in the future, director business and South Island manager Alistair Crozier spoke with two South Island bu
Find out what the best TV series with an Asia angle are according to Foundation staff and Leadership Network members.
More than 40 young leaders from across Aotearoa have been chosen to join the Asia New Zealand Foundation’s Leadership Network to grow their leadership skills and knowledge of Asia.
The Foundation held events around the country in December to acknowledge the contributions of 10 graduating Leadership Network members, some of whom had been in the network for more than 15 years.
Ngā mihi o te Kirihimete ki a koutou. Here we are, at the end of another tumultuous year. It has been a year of challenges, plan Bs, contingencies and learning to roll with the punches...
Leadership Network member Kii Small was shocked by the overt racism he experienced on moving to Wellington but says the solution is in opening a dialogue with abusers.
Olympic sailor Sam Meech Zoomed in on classrooms around the country recently to share his stories about traveling and competing in Asia, including taking part in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Fifteen New Zealand tertiary students and recent graduates will experience how business is done in Asia while undertaking online and domestic internships this summer.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation wants to hear from New Zealand sportspeople who have worked, travelled or competed in Asia for new research examining how New Zealand sport engages in the region.