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Japan trip expands students' horizons

From the ancient shrines of Kyoto to the futuristic modernity of Tokyo, 15 Year 11-13 Japanese language students from Palmerston North’s Awatapu College recently got a taste of the great diversity o

Business / News
Taiwan internship both a return home and a step into the unknown

Falina Tsai describes learning more about her place of birth and gaining new skills and friends while on an Asia New Zealand Foundation internship at the Taiwan USA Industrial Cooperation Promotion Of

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The Foundation welcomes five new honorary advisers from Asia

The Asia New Zealand Foundation has named five prominent and highly respected individuals as new Asia-based honorary advisers. The new advisers are Dr Pavida Pananond and Dr Thitinan Pongsudhirak from

Entrepreneurship / News
F&B entrepreneurs get a taste of Malaysia and Singapore

Five top Kiwi food and beverage entrepreneurs recently spent a "life changing" week exploring the food and beverage scenes in Malaysia and Singapore. The trip also led to promising business leads for

Business / News
Jakarta: Intern gets whirlwind induction into political reporting

Auckland journalist Jessie Chiang, an AUT University graduate, spent six weeks in Jakarta through the Australian Consortium for In-Country Indonesia Studies (ACICIS), sponsored by the Asia New Zealand

Education / News
Fund helps teachers to upskill in teaching Chinese

Teachers from Tauranga, Rotorua, Auckland, Wellington and Dunedin have undertaken professional development training to improve their Mandarin language skills and learn how to make language learning fu

Education / News
Japan 101 for departing womens sevens team

Saint Mary’s College Seven’s Rugby Team travelled to Fukuoka, Japan, on Wednesday to take part in the Sanix World Rugby Youth Tournament. Before leaving, they tested out their chopstick skills, pr

Track II / News
Track II and its role in diplomacy

Leadership Network member Alice Wang discusses the importance of track II diplomacy and what it takes to make it successful. The Asia New Zealand Foundation coordinates track II engagement, or ‘info

Media / News
Reporter Samantha Hayes discusses Jefferson Fellowship experience

TV3 reporter and Newshub anchor Samantha Hayes discusses travelling to Japan and China as part of the Jefferson Fellowship programme organised by the East-West Center. This year the programme focused

Research / News
Untold stories: Anglo-Indians in NZ

In this article, Massey University lecturer Robyn Andrews describes her research examining the history of Anglo-Indians in New Zealand. Linked to at the bottom of this page are vignettes touching upon

Research / News
Being Anglo-Indian in NZ - Simon's story

Simon Daisley says he has been fascinated by his Anglo-Indian heritage for many years, gravitating to all things Indian and Anglo-Indian.

Research / News
Being Anglo-Indian in NZ - Christine's story

Christine Atkinson was born in Dehradun in Northern India and then moved with her family to Mussoorie, a hill station town high on a ridge in the foothills of the Himalayas with its vistas of a distan

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