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Intern discovers tiny Taiwan packs a lot in

Tim Marshall describes getting to know Taiwan and its unique culture while interning at the Taiwan USA Industrial Cooperation Office (TUSA). Tim spent three months in Taiwan from November 2019.

Business / News
Frenetic Mumbai grows on tech intern

Earlier this year, the Foundation enabled me to travel to Mumbai for a month to work on a Software Engineering internship for Tata Consultancy Services, one of India's largest technology companies.

Sports / News
'Show up': How to build inclusive sports communities for NZ's Muslim women

New Zealand’s sports sector needs to step up its game when it comes to Muslim women taking part, new research has found.

Arts / News
Nelson curator finds Jewellery and more linking Taiwan and NZ

The Suter Art Gallery curator Sarah McClintock describes her trip to Taiwan to meet with contemporary jewelers with the goal of arranging an exhibition at the Nelson gallery.

Leadership / News
Census results guide network's direction

The Foundation's director leadership and entrepreneurship Adam McConnochie takes a look at the latest Leadership Network census and considers how it might inform the future direction of the network.

Leadership / News
Q&A: Life in Beijing returning to normal for Leadership Network member

We chat with Leadership Network member Duran Moy about being in Beijing when COVID-19 hit, returning to New Zealand....and then heading back to China.

News / News
Simon Draper's August 2020 Update

Hear from executive director Simon Draper's about what's been happening at the Foundation in August and his take on some of the big issues impacting New Zealand's relationships with Asia.

Sports / News
Tokyo still the goal for Kiwi badminton player

Corrie Robinson has always enjoyed competing as the underdog. From the age of nine he started playing badminton at the local community hall with his mother, not letting being an amputee hold him back.

Sports / News
Paralympics delay just a bump in the road for NZ chef de mission

The woman responsible for making sure the Tokyo Paralympics run smoothly for the New Zealand team says despite COVID being a spanner in the works, the rescheduled games will be better than ever.

Track II / News
Effective diplomacy in the COVID era

The Foundation’s director of research and engagement Suzannah Jessep looks at the COVID struggles countries in the Asia-Pacific region are facing and which countries NZ could work with.

Entrepreneurship / News
Partnership and collaboration vital for entrepreneurs

Asia New Zealand Foundation honorary adviser Helianti Hilman recently spoke at Festival for the Future about the important role local and global collaboration plays in entrepreneurship.

Leadership / News
Leadership Network member bringing Pacific dance to NZ high schools

We chat with Leadership Network member Xavier Breed about his lockdown experience, teaching high school students Pacific dance and bringing a Pacific perspective to the network.

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