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Māori TV investigates indigenous
issues in West Papua

Assisted by a media travel grant, Māori Television’s Native Affairs producer and cameraman Adrian Stevanon and freelance photojournalist Karen Abplanalp travelled to West Papua, Indonesia in August.

Research / News
Beyond the metropoles

From Manila and Mumbai to Invercargill and Tauranga, growing immigration from Asia is transforming small cities around New Zealand, a new report from the Asia New Zealand Foundation finds.

Entrepreneurship / News
Business leaders forge friendships at KL summit

Luke Rikiti was one of the New Zealand business leaders who explored business opportunities and built networks with 40 Southeast Asian counterparts at the ASEAN Young Business Leaders Summit in KL.

Education / News
Study trip to bring Korea into New Zealand classrooms

From traditional villages to corporate giants, 12 New Zealand secondary school teachers will experience the contrasts of Korea on a professional development tour this month.

Entrepreneurship / News
Young Business Leaders build ASEAN networks

A Q + A with business leader Melissa Wong about her experience at the ASEAN Young Business Leaders' Summit in Kuala Lumpur.

Arts / News
Curators tour Japan and China

Three kiwi curators visited leading art museums, galleries and artist spaces in Japan and China. The trip was to build their networks and explore future collaborations and artist exchanges.

Arts / News
Contemporary dance professionals tour Malaysia and Singapore

Melanie Hamilton describes the performing arts tour in Malaysia and Singapore, the festivals they visited and what she took from the experience.

Arts / News
Artist brings jungle
to Taipei streets

Artist Hayley King (aka Flox) recently returned from Taiwan where she spent three months as an artist in residence at Taipei Artist Village. Making it a family affair, accompanying King on the trip wa

Arts / News
Collaboration between New Zealand
and Vietnamese artists

An exhibition by artist Mat Logan and two Vietnamese artists he met while on a Foundation residency in Vietnam is opening at Wellington's Toi Pōneke Gallery.

Research / News
The Foundation welcomes its new director engagement and research

This month the Foundation welcomed aboard our new director engagement and research Pip McLachlan, so we thought it would be a good idea to introduce her to our readers.

Research / News
Christianity, the surprising "Asian religion"

Opinion piece by Dr George Wieland, Director of the Intercultural Practice programme, Carey Baptist College, Auckland.

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