Jasmine Edwards describes navigating monsoon rains and flooded roads in Northern Sri Lanka to interview women farmers who have received aid from a New Zealand government programme aimed at increasing
Otago Girls High School teacher Bronwyn Thomson recounts her school’s action-packed three-week trip to Japan for a class of 10 Japanese language students. The Foundation assisted to make the it poss
Leadership Network member Sarah Novak was a 'NextGen' delegate who travelled to Kuala Lumpur in September with the Foundation for the 11th ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Dialogue. She says the exper
Top New Zealand students and graduates are “Thinking Asia” for their careers and spending their summer on business internships across Asia.
It’s hard to believe another year is almost over. Looking back over the activities the Foundation has delivered or supported, and people and organisations we have been involved with, it amazes me ho
New Zealand employers will increasingly need staff who have Asia-related skills and knowledge, but new research from the Foundation shows most young people aren’t receiving career advice about Asia.
For the 16 Leadership Network members who took part in last month’s South India Hui it was an eye-opening experience that pressed home the massive changes the country is going through.
Thomas Nicholls is a Masters student at Fudan University in Shanghai, where he is researching China’s national image building and soft power projection. In this article he talks about his experience
Harmony, respect, purity, tranquillity - the four main concepts of a Japanese tea ceremony were on display at Mt Roskill Grammar School in October.
Social Practice Artist Tiffany Singh was the 2017 New Generation Award recipient. Her acclaimed interactive works explore the engagement between arts and cultural and community well-being. Tiffany rec
In Western countries, including New Zealand, Asia is often portrayed with an inferiority subtext, but there's so much New Zealand can learn from the experiences of Asian businesses writes Leadership N
Every profession has its own language: law, journalism, hospitality, medicine – and of course business. Often these acronyms can serve to keep people “out”, or at least uninformed.