Almost three years on from his arts residency in Varanasi, India, Eliot Collins looks back on the three months he spent living in the city on the banks of the Ganges.
Māori members of the Leadership Network gathered at Owae Marae in Taranaki last year to discuss Māori engagement with Asia and provide feedback from Te Kāhui to the Foundation.
Entrepreneurs from around New Zealand gathered in Taranaki recently to reconnect with old friends and share ideas about the turbulent year that's been.
NZ artist Paul Timings collaborated with Malaysian artist Lee Ren Xin to create a series of images portraying Xin's neighbourhood in Malaysia for the Foundation's IN TOUCH arts commissions.
The Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2020 round of Postgraduate Research Grants. The grants are awarded to young NZ academics whose research involves Asia-related topics.
Leadership Network member Crystal Tawhai talks about how a visit to Thailand inspired her to embark on a journey to reconnect with her Māori heritage.
Ngā mihi o te Kirihimete ki a koutou. What a year. As it has been for everyone, 2020 was a challenging one for the Foundation, with all the plans we had in January thrown into disarray by March, and f
If you were to guess which global economy grew at a rate second only to China over the last 25 years, and is expected to be amongst the top three between now and 2050, would you say Viet Nam?
Within the Asia New Zealand Foundation, we often talk about Māori having the edge in Asia – we’ve seen it, we’ve heard about it, so what is “it”?
We chatted with director of contemporary dance/film production company Daniel Belton about his video/dance work Kapowai Taiao, which he produced as one of the Foundation's IN TOUCH arts commissions.
Leadership Network member Fine Koloamatangi looks at the growth of K-Pop among Pacific youth and speculates on what might be behind the genre's appeal.
We chat with artist Sam Thomas about his exhibition Unified Moon, which is currently on at Kang Nam Station Korean restaurant on Queen Street.