David Whitwam is the Chairman of the New Zealand Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong. While in New Zealand for a series of Hong Kong New Zealand Business Association speaking engagements, Whitwam spoke t
It’s fair to say Wellingtonians love their coffee, so it’s probably no surprise that an Indonesian language and culture group with a name that literally translates to "Coffee Shop" is going to be
Jade Phibbs describes travelling the length of Japan, visiting clients and company branches while on a Foundation internship at pulp and paper company Oji Holding's. She says the experience not only g
With the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea, fast approaching, skiers, snowboarders and speed skaters aiming to make the New Zealand Winter Olympic Team attended a Foundation worksh
Coinciding with Sir Peter Blake Trust Leadership Week, which was celebrated from 3-7 July, Asia New Zealand Foundation Leadership Network member Kashmir Kaur organised a workshop for Wellington Hindi
The Republic of Singapore, a tiny island-state in Southeast Asia, is one of New Zealand's closest friends. Both nations enjoy strong trade, military and people-to-people links. Most recently, New Zeal
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.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation and Creative New Zealand have selected artist Kalisolaite Uhila for the Youkobo Art Space residency in Japan next year.
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 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
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