In a country that maximises efficiencies and structure to run like clockwork, at times Japan-based intern Arjun Prakesh's more relaxed approach to life makes him feel like a round peg in a square hole
We talk to Wheel Black Cody Everson about playing wheelchair rugby in Japan and learning about and having a go at taiko drumming.
This year’s Raisina Dialogue was a space for global leaders to hammer out the most challenging geopolitical and geo-economic issues facing the world today, writes the Foundation's Suzannah Jessep.
Philanthropic Kiwis have been able to tour aid projects they support in far-flung corners of Bangladesh, thanks to a travel grant from the Foundation and some DIY cardboard virtual reality headsets.
We talk to poet Doc Drumheller, the editor and publisher of art magazine Catalyst, about attending the 39th World Congress of Poets (WCP) in Bhubaneswar, India.
A fascination with Japanese history and culture inspired Yalu Zhou to travel to Japan to study Japanese language. She says to truly know a culture you must understand its language, and vice versa.
Intern Meghan Price says trying to figure out why things were done a certain way in China taught her to look to their heritage for answers.
It would be fair to say that the novel coronavirus – now named Covid-19 – has been making our work at the Asia New Zealand Foundation a bit more challenging.
A new report from the Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono highlights the dynamic connections between New Zealand and India – and outlines plenty of opportunities to grow the relationship.
Kiwi makeup brand and social enterprise Indigo and Iris is looking to Asia to source its next cosmetic offering for conscious consumers. It’s a business move that’s surprised CEO and Leadership Networ
Adrien Taylor says being part of a Foundation trip to Thailand in 2018 helped him see the full potential of Asia for his business and was the start of an ongoing relationship with the region.
The three women who founded Wellington’s Chinese New Year Festival reflect on how it has developed since the early days and talk about the significance of perennial festival favourite East Meet West.