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Teachers cook up a storm at Experience Asia Evening

Woks were sizzling at Wellington High School last week as teachers and principals from around the region cooked Asian cuisine as part of the Foundation's first Experience Asia Evening.

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Reports: 40 years of ASEAN

The Asia New Zealand Foundation has published two new reports as part of a suite of papers commissioned by the Foundation in 2015 to mark 40 years of diplomatic relations with ASEAN.

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Appeal for return of missing polar bear lantern

The Asia New Zealand Foundation is appealing for the safe return of a baby polar bear lantern that disappeared at the end of the Auckland Lantern Festival.

Education / News
Shanghai trip to inspire New Zealand teachers

A group of teachers hailing from Invercargill to Whangarei will swap their classrooms for the skyscrapers, bustling streets and traditional alleyways of Shanghai on a Foundation study tour.

Media / News
Philippines: Small communities still reeling from Typhoon Yolanda

Fairfax journalist Jonathan Carson and photographer Alden Williams travelled to the Philippines in November, 2015, on a travel grant, where they covered the recovery following Typhoon Yolanda.

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Entrepreneurs to gain tasty business knowledge in Indonesia

New Zealand food innovators will gain valuable insights into Indonesia’s food and beverage sector on an Asia New Zealand Foundation tour this month.

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Artist finds Seoul in the cracks of the city

Auckland artist and Foundation Leadership Network member Xin Cheng was artist in residence at Sema Nanji artist residency in Seoul, South Korea, from September to November last year. In Seoul she deve

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Foundation board trustees
comment on the survey findings

Read comments and reactions from the Asia New Zealand Foundation's Board of Trustees about the Perceptions of Asia and Asian peoples research report.

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Engineering intern up to the challenge in Jakarta

Engineering graduates Surya Sappa and Derryn Bracey have just returned from spending eight weeks interning at professional services consultancy BECA in Jakarta.

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Perceptions of Asia 2015 survey

An Asia New Zealand Foundation survey finds New Zealand still has a long way to go in its understanding of Asia, despite high recognition of the region’s economic and cultural importance.

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Chinese ANZACs book launched

A book that chronicles the contributions of men of Chinese descent who fought for New Zealand during the First World War was launched at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park in Wellington in March.

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Trustees discuss celebrating
the Lunar New Year

Chinese New Year celebrations are increasingly well known and well attended by New Zealanders across the country, but the Lunar New Year is also celebrated in other Asian countries.

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