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Being Anglo-Indian in NZ - Parvati's story

Parvati Erikson, or Nancy as she was named, was born in Assam state in north-eastern India. The daughter of a British tea planter and a Bengali woman, at the age of two and a half she was left at a Pr

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Being Anglo-Indian in NZ - Blossom's story

When Blossom Greig arrived in Wellington from Karachi, Pakistan, the immigration officer said, “I wouldn’t tell anybody that you're Pakistani if I were you”. When Blossom asked why, the reply was, “B

Media / News
Timor's tragic past haunts delegate

Journalist Jimmy Ellingham describes his time as a delegate on the Foundation's Timor Talks dialogue.

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Sri Lanka and New Zealand – strong bonds of friendship

Aruna Abeygoonesekera, Sri Lanka’s Honorary Consul in New Zealand, chuckles when asked if he is a convert to New Zealand’s famed coffee culture.

Education / News
Japan Study Grant helps fulfil childhood dream

Abbey Watt describes how an Asia New Zealand Foundation Japan Study Grant helped her fulfil a childhood dream.

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South Korea 101 for New Zealand teachers

Fifteen New Zealand teachers headed to Seoul last week for the 2016 Korean Studies Workshop for Australasian educators.

Entrepreneurship / News
S.E Asian women
breaking barriers

Kim Bowden chats with four Southeast Asian women breaking barriers in the traditionally male-dominated agribusiness sector, while also helping to develop their communities.

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Wellington Diwali: Indian music, food and dance to spice up the capital

Captivating artists and performers from four states of India will entertain audiences at Wellington's 15th Diwali Festival of Lights at Labour Weekend.

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Growing up Lao in Wainuiomata

When Samson Phommachack's parents arrived in New Zealand as refugees from Laos in 1986, the elderly couple who sponsored them gave them a book: Samson and Delilah.

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Art project examines changing face of NZ

An art project looking at the changing face of New Zealand from an Asian/Māori/Pasifika perspective is being developed by curators Emma Ng and Ioana Gordon-Smith.

Leadership / News
Leadership Network member learns
Mandarin Chinese

At the age of eight, Leadership Network member Nathalie Harrington moved with her mother to Liuyang city in the Hunan province of China.

Education / News
Upper Hutt College students experience Japan

A group of Year-11-13 Upper Hutt College students put their Japanese language skills to the test and learnt about Japanese culture during the school’s annual Japan field trip in July.

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