The Asian Events Trust chat with artist Jade Townsend about her artwork for Wellington's Zodiac Arts Trail.
The events of this week were not exactly how we would have liked to usher in the year of the Ox.
We chat to Leadership Network member Amanda Cundy about living in Taiwan in 2020, studying Chinese and her plans for the future.
After twelve years, Peter Miskimmin has stepped down as Sport NZ’s CEO. We caught up with Miskimmin to reflect on how sport and the continent of Asia has shaped his personal and professional life.
Nine New Zealand students and recent graduates will be undertaking virtual internships with global Asian companies to experience how business is done in Asia.
In December 2020, the Foundation said goodbye to 13 members who graduated from the Leadership Network, with some celebrating 12 years of involvement.
Half way through his internship with digital marketing company United Media Solution, Kevin Li says the internship has inspired him to think more deeply about New Zealand's connections with China.
We chat with the creators of Unlined - a short film funded through the Foundation's IN TOUCH arts commissions that explores concepts of diasporic identities.
How to integrate sustainable and inclusive trade policy into a world where 'uncertainty is the new normal' was the focus of discussion at the Auckland Trade and Economic Policy School in December.
Asia will be brought to New Zealand through art thanks to the latest round of arts grants from the Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono.
Almost three years on from his arts residency in Varanasi, India, Eliot Collins looks back on the three months he spent living in the city on the banks of the Ganges.
Māori members of the Leadership Network gathered at Owae Marae in Taranaki last year to discuss Māori engagement with Asia and provide feedback from Te Kāhui to the Foundation.