Trade policy consultant Stephanie Honey reflects on the escalation of the US-China tariff war and the implications for the multilateral trading system.
1 News political journalist Katie Bradford reports on her experience on the East-West Center’s Jefferson Fellowship, which saw her learning about recent political developments in Southeast Asia.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of the Foundation’s postgraduate research grants.
They are Dylan Stent, Jasmine Edwards, and Jack Petterson.
Pessimism about US-China relations is growing in Beijing, and the gap between the economic approaches of the world’s two biggest economies is widening, writes Jason Young.
The parks on the edge of the Han river are a welcome respite to the hustle and bustle of Seoul, writes Sam Thomas, who is doing a three-month residency at SeMA Nanji.
This Diwali, win a Bollywood experience in India with the Asia New Zealand Foundation and Radio Tarana, supported by Global Finance.
Simon Draper's speech, at the Asia-Pacific Connection Session, the Association of Asia Pacific Performing Arts Centres.
Junaye Lowe, who interned at Shuttlerock in Japan for three months, writes: "Tokyo is a city that has everything, from beautiful temples to bustling shopping malls to summer festivals and maid cafes.
Bridget Reweti, who spent three months as an artist-in-residence in Indonesia, says the Jogja art scene is like nothing she’s experienced before.
Simon Draper's speech Navigating the New Normal: How New Zealand is managing the shifting dynamics in Asia. Presentation Simon Draper at Otago Foreign Policy School, 2018
Building and maintaining connections with our partners in New Zealand and Asia is at the heart of what we do as an organisation, and the past month our focus at the Foundation has been on doing just t
The Asia New Zealand Foundation took a group of New Zealand’s top young tech entrepreneurs to Dunedin recently to learn about the city’s thriving tech scene and discuss how local businesses can ma