Seven entrepreneurs from North Asia will be getting a glimpse of the New Zealand agribusiness sector in a first for the Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono entrepreneurship programme.
50 top young leaders have joined the Asia New Zealand Foundation’s Leadership Network, aiming to further develop their leadership skills and their knowledge of Asia.
Executive director Simon Draper writes about what has been happening over the last month, and what we can look forward to in June.
The Foundation's director engagement and research Suzannah Jessep talks about attending her first Track II diplomacy dialogue.
Radio New Zealand journalist Gill Bonnett was selected to take part in the East-West Center’s 2019 Jefferson Fellowships. Read about her experience.
After initially struggling with nerves during his six weeks interning with Kyushu Railway Company (also known as JR Kyushu), Benjamin Watson soon got into the flow of work and life in Japan.
Kate Small says she threw herself into the internship experience and didn’t “use the foreigner card” to excuse herself from fully participating in work life.
Fashion designer Kiri Nathan recently travelled to China with a group of other Māori fashion designers. Read about their trip in China, and also the establishment of Kāhui Māori Fashion Collective.
A select group of dancers, artists, poets and filmmakers are now readying themselves for a life-changing experience in Asia after receiving a Foundation grant.
Intern Monique Cooper talks about her time at the Service Robotics Department at Taiwan’s largest research and development institute.
Kim Te'o was one of six teachers who travelled to Indonesia as part of a Foundation-led trip to learn about the country's culture and build connections with local teachers. The Kiwi teachers homestaye
Executive director Simon Draper writes about what has been happening over the last month, and what we can look forward to in May.