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An understanding of Chinese culture vital to doing business there - intern

To really understand China you need to travel there and experience the vibrant culture and rapidly changing society firsthand says business intern Jack Montgomerie.

Sports / News
Junior rowers take in the sites and feel the heat in Japan

Rowing NZ high performance coordinator Michele Munro writes about taking the New Zealand Junior Rowing Team to Japan.

News / News
Simon Draper's October 2019 update

Kia ora koutou. Since last month's update I've spent a fair bit of time on the road - first up was our annual ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand (AANZ) dialogue in Kuala Lumpur, organised with partners AsiaL

Entrepreneurship / News
Taking traditional Māori medicine to Asia

Entrepreneur Tama Toki is making tonics and skincare products capturing the healing properties of native plants and finding markets in Japan, China, Hong Kong and Vietnam.

Media / News
Journalist struck by the contrasts of China

Amanda Cropp, Christchurch business bureau chief for Stuff, travelled to China to cover a NZ trade delegation and find out how New Zealand businesses are making out in our biggest trading nation.

Leadership / News
China: Seeing is believing

Leadership Network members had their preconceptions of China challenged at a hui that provided insights into doing business in the country and how ‘NZ Inc’ operates there.

Entrepreneurship / News
Entrepreneurs blown away by Tauranga’s tech scene

Tech entrepreneurs who visited Tauranga this month as part of the Foundation's entrepreneurship programme say they were blown away and inspired by the innovation they encountered.

Sports / News
Okinawa mecca for visiting karate group

Rowan Brickell writes about visiting dojo, training with locals and visiting cultural sites in Japan with a cohort from Goju Ryu Karate Do New Zealand.

Research / News
New Zealand and Japan: To our future

With many New Zealanders’ eyes on Japan for the Rugby World Cup, a new report commissioned by the Foundation explores whether enough has been done to sustain the relationship off the field.

Business / News
Intern at home in fascinating Hong Kong

Naushyn Janah writes about her internship at the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre and falling in love with the diverse, vibrant city of Hong Kong.

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Simon Draper's September 2019 Update

Tēnā anō koe. As I’m sure you’re all aware, this week is Te Wiki o te Reo Māori.

Education / News
International programme connecting students online

A reciprocal exchange programme that builds online connections between classrooms in New Zealand with those in Asia recently saw six Indonesian teachers visit NZ schools.

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