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Simon Draper's March 2022 Update

Since my last update, we've welcomed nine new New Zealand Honorary Advisers to the team and said goodbye to a departing cohort.

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Top Tips for businesses looking to engage with Asia

In our most recent research report, Te Waipounamu and Asia, we talked to South Island businesses about their business links to Asia, and 71% said they intended to grow their connections to the region.

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Changing lenses for perspective

Leadership Network member Tessa Ma'auga's exhibition Kāpuia ngā aho 單絲不綫 looks at narratives around Chineseness and the links between Chinese and Maori cultures.

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Spotlight: Foundation Temporary Offshore Contractors

To help keep New Zealanders up to date on Asia and connect with our important stakeholders in the region, the Foundation has enlisted the help of three Temporary Offshore Contractors (TOCs).

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Intern goes to bat for illegally traded animals

Business intern Abby Jones says it was a real eye-opener to find out about the extent of illegal wildlife trading and its connections to organised crime during her summer internship.

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Media release: Asia New Zealand Foundation welcomes new Honorary Advisers

The Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono welcomes the appointment of new New Zealand Honorary Advisers to support its mission of equipping New Zealanders to thrive in Asia.

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Singapore schools staying nimble as COVID surges

As the Omicron surges in Singapore, we hear from Compassvale Primary School teacher Sharon Koh about how schools on the island nation are coping.

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Flying in the face of fast fashion

Committed to upskilling rural women in Thailand, fashion label Folkcharm has shown that fashion doesn't need to be a race to the bottom where low prices and poor worker conditions are the norm.

Leadership / News
Lucy and Farmehr - a mentorship journey

We caught up with Leadership Network members Lucy Luo and Farmehr Farhour to hear about their experience in the network’s Mentorship Programme.

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Simon Draper's February 2022 update

Welcome to my first Update for 2022. Entering our third year of the pandemic, we’ve all had our resilience tested — and we’ve all become excellent at rescheduling events.

Entrepreneurship / News
Weaving connections between Aotearoa and Asia

“Separated by ocean, connected by maunga.” From New Zealand Aotearoa to the Philippines, two talented and inspiring wāhine are weaving indigenous connections through fashion.

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Best Paper Prize – China and Taiwan's divergent paths

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?

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