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Artists ready for life-changing experience

A select group of dancers, artists, poets and filmmakers are now readying themselves for a life-changing experience in Asia after receiving a Foundation grant.

Business / News
Intern finds unexpected autonomy on robots internship

Engineering and business student Monique Cooper talks about her time interning in the Service Robotics Department at Taiwan’s largest research and development institute. She describes how her initia

Education / News
Indonesia trip provides teacher rich learning experiences

Kim Te'o was one of six teachers who travelled to Indonesia as part of a Foundation-led trip to learn about the country's culture and build connections with local teachers. The Kiwi teachers homestaye

Leadership / News
Enterprise in Action

For the fourth consecutive year, the Foundation is mentoring a team at the Young Enterprise Trust event, Enterprise in Action. This is an opportunity for leadership network members to give back and to

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Simon Draper's
May 2019 Update

Executive director Simon Draper writes about what has been happening over the last month, and what we can look forward to in May.

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Kiwi PE teachers' Japan sports visit

Ten New Zealand PE teachers will get a taste of Japan’s love of sport, from sumo to rugby, when they travel there this month as part of a Foundation programme.

Media / News
NZ journalist reports on Kiwis following their dreams in Japan

Seven Sharp journalist Gill Higgins travelled to Japan recently to cover stories on Kiwis trying something a little outside the box in Tokyo.

Entrepreneurship / News
Kiwi health and beauty entrepreneurs eye Asia

Five kiwi entrepreneurs recently visited Malaysia and Singapore where they experienced local culture and made industry connections.

Track II / News
Track II experience helps solidify future research

Masters student Jackson Calder says attending the Track II dialogue between the Asia New Zealand Foundation and the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam recently was an eye-opening experience.

Leadership / News
Diversity and vulnerability hot topics at leadership hui

What does it mean to lead? This is a question that everyone in the Leadership Network has probably thought about at some point, but are usually too busy to give it the time it deserves.

Business / News
Magical Japan entrances business intern

Charlene Leong describes being captivated by the beauty of Japan during her time interning with Mitsubishi Electric's Advanced Machine Learning Group in Tokyo.

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Simon Draper's April 2019 Update

The terrible events of March 15 have made us all pause and reflect upon what that day says about us as a society. I’d like to think that while the deed may shed light upon a small hate-filled minori

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