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Track II / News
Track II simulation puts the spotlight on Asia

Academics, post graduate students and government officials attended the Spotlight on Asia track II simulation, which was held on the margins of the 52nd Otago Foreign Policy School.

News / News
Simon Draper's July 2018 Update

Arts / News
2018 Youkobo Art Space artist in residence announced

The Asia New Zealand Foundation and Creative New Zealand have selected artist Kalisolaite Uhila for the Youkobo Art Space residency in Japan next year.

Leadership / News
Foundation inducts 43 young leaders to Leadership Network

The Asia New Zealand Foundation welcomed 43 talented young New Zealanders into its Leadership Network at an induction day in Wellington on 15-16 July.

Leadership / News
Engineers build China connections on anniversary of Rewi Alley's birth

Leadership Network members Jenny Chu and Daniel Scott learnt about the amazing advances Chinese engineering has made in recent years when they travelled to China as part of the New Zealand China Frien

September 2017 update / News
Simon Draper's September 2017 update

Ko tēnei te wiki o te reo Māori. Kia kaha koutou ki te kōrero Māori ahakoa he iti, he pounamu. Ko te reo Māori te reo taketake o Aotearoa, he taonga te reo, he reo ora mō tātou katoa.

Business / News
Chengdu consulate-general internship broadens horizons

Ashton Jones describes immersing himself in Chinese culture and his job as an intern at the New Zealand Consulate-General in Chengdu. Ashton travelled to China as part of the Foundation's business int

Leadership / News
An inspiring experience at
the World Economic Forum

Leadership Network member Shruthi Vijayakumar describes attending the World Economic Forum (WEF) on ASEAN in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. She was one of 25 people under the age of 30 representing the WEF Glo

Business / News
Nurturing relationships key for NZ businesses to thrive in China

For many small and medium enterprises (SMEs), cracking the Chinese market is seen as the holy grail, but it 's a road fraught with risk for those who plunge ahead without good understanding of some of

News / News
Simon Draper's June 2017 Update

Media / News
Indonesian election adds spice to media internship

Timaru journalist Megan Sutherland, a Canterbury University graduate, spent six weeks in Jakarta interning for Agence France Presse (AFP), during which she covered Jakarta's incumbent governor as he s

Education / News
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

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