Michael Watson is the co-founder and managing director of StudySpy, a social enterprise with the mission of enabling access to education. He recently joined four other New Zealand social entrepreneurs
We chat with Leadership Network member Eleni Hogg about living and working in Shanghai, a city she says gets better and better the longer you’re there.
Leadership Network member Fine Koloamatangi first became curious about Asia through K-Pop music and then went on to develop an interest in traditional Japanese art.
Looking down on Tokyo from the top of the 634 metre Tokyo Sky tree was one of the highlights of their time in Japan for a group of young Kiwi golfers in the country for a competition in August.
Leanne Hammersley writes about living and studying in the coastal city of Ashiya, half way between Kobe and Osaka, where she is completing her final semester of a Bachelor of Arts.
Alex Smith writes about her experience and insights she gained as a participant on the Foundation's Leadership Network Japan Hui. She was part of a sixteen-member cohort who travelled to Japan to disc
New Zealand’s natural environment is front and centre for most visiting tourists, but it was Māori cultural experiences that stood out for eight visiting entrepreneurs.
A young New Zealand filmmaker will gain cultural and industry insights when he heads to South Korea thanks to a new partnership between the Foundation and the New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC).
Business intern Pepe Rahui Mosby, who goes by Rahui, writes about her first month interning at the healthcare division of Skanray Technologies in Mysore, India.
The highlight for me over a busy month was bringing together our “25 Young People to Watch” to be presented with their certificates at an event at Parliament.
Five social entrepreneurs from New Zealand and Southeast Asia met in Vietnam recently to learn about the social enterprise scene there, meet key industry leaders and explore business opportunities.
Leadership Network member Sarah Novak writes about taking part in the network's China Hui in Chengdu and Xi'an and looks at what New Zealand could learn from how China tells its national story.