We talk to Paul Mathews about his IN TOUCH dance In / You, which he performs with his wife, Mayu Tanigaito, and is filmed beneath the pohutukawa tree under which they were married in 2017.
"I didn’t know it at the time, but the Asia New Zealand Foundation Summer internship was the support and mentorship I needed to realise the power of an individual’s journey," says Montgomery Sykes.
In this month's Executive Director's Update, Simon Draper looks back on his recent visit to Seoul and Bangkok where he connected with some of the Foundation's stakeholders and gauged how things have c
The Foundation's Dr James To reflects on reconnecting with stakeholders and friends of the Foundation on his recent visit to South Korea and Thailand with executive director Simon Draper.
Leadership Network member Latu Clark describes her cultural identity as a superpower she leans into and encourages others to embrace their own.
Marking 25 years since it debuted at Bats Theatre in Wellington, one of New Zealand's most beloved and iconic plays is again touring.
We chat with Cobham Intermediate deputy principal Peter Fowler about the Christchurch school connecting with a school in Japan to develop cultural awareness among students.
We chat to Mikhael Sayat about his 2020 Foundation internship with Thai space agency GISTDA and how it helped propel him into the world of satellite technology and a coveted internship with Nasa.
With a strong interest in Asia and having studied Mandarin for eight years, an online internship at the New Zealand China Council was the perfect fit for University of Auckland student Libby Gane.
In this article we catch up with Leadership Network member Gareth Stevens about living in Tokyo, how New Zealand is perceived in Japan and the recent visit by Prime Minister Ardern.
Last week’s government announcement that New Zealand boarders would be fully reopening to international visitors by the end of July will, no doubt, have been received with a sigh of relief by many.
Kiwi kids are connecting with their cohorts in Japan and South Korea and learning to become global citizens thanks to an online programme co-founded by Leadership Network member Brittany Teei.