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Leadership Network member Florence Van Dyke outlines her key takeaways from the Te Hono Bootcamp - a conference looking at the opportunities and challenges facing of NZ’s food and fibre sector.
In this article Vinod Bal looks at Wellington’s response to Beijing’s treatment of the Uyghur people, and explains why a firmer stance might be required.
We chat with choreographer Lucy Marinkovich about her IN TOUCH arts commission dance work Nothing Is.
Read about how Leadership Network member Cleo Gilmour and three friends founded their award-winning start-up turning unwanted cherries (and now black currants and kiwifruit) into delicious desserts.
Executive director Simon Draper reflects on his visit to Australia to meet with partner organisations of the Foundation and touches on some of the latest developments for the education programme.
Twenty-five teachers with a passion for ensuring New Zealand students are equipped to thrive in Asia came together in Auckland this month to be inducted as the first cohort of Foundation Champions.
Leadership Network member Sophia Faure describes her internship in the Philippines with the WHO and reflects on how the experience has benefitted her work with the Ministry of Health.
Leadership Network member Emily Wilby reflects on attending the network's Otago History Hui and looks at how racism and racist policies are impacting Chinese New Zealanders to this day.
Read about entrepreneur Kaye-Maree Dunn who has used her connections in Asia to help develop Āhau, an iwi-led digital identity platform enabled by blockchain technology.
Musician Tristan Carter and visual artist Kelly Spencer's IN TOUCH arts commission work, Rasa, takes the audience on a surreal audio/visual stroll through the sounds and sites of an Indian city.
Despite the impacts of Covid-19, New Zealanders increasingly believe it is important for their country to build ties with Asia, new research from the Asia New Zealand Foundation shows.