The Asia New Zealand Foundation is pleased to announce the successful applicants for our 2016 round of Asia New Zealand Foundation postgraduate research grants. The $5000 grants will go towards assist
To coincide with the Foundation's Travel to Asia research report, we've been talking to Leadership Network members about their OE experiences in Asia. In this article, we talk to Natalie Sew Hoy about
Celia Stokman says she has thrown herself into Japanese culture on her "once in a lifetime" experience developing software for e-commerce company Rakuten on a three-month Asia New Zealand Foundation b
New Zealand Herald investigative reporter Olivia Carville and investigative photographer Mike Scott travelled to China late last year to cover stories including the billion-dollar global hair trade. T
Leadership Network member Arish Naresh was recently named a Kiwibank local hero as part of the bank’s New Zealander of the Year awards, which honours everyday people doing extraordinary things in thei
Writer Rachel Davies travelled to Shanghai late last year with the help of an Asia New Zealand Foundation grant to attend the opening of Duality, the show she helped create with the team from creative
Leadership Network member Alice Wang discusses the importance of track II diplomacy and what it takes to make it successful.
Leadership Network member Alice Wang discusses the importance of track II diplomacy and what it takes to make it successful. The Asia New Zealand Foundation coordinates track II engagement, or ‘inform
Anita Perkins has been an active member of the Foundation's Leadership Network since joining in 2008. She has written stories for the website and was a member of the Advisory Board from 2010-2012. Mor
Young New Zealanders are looking beyond London for their OEs, according to new research commissioned by the Asia New Zealand Foundation.
Leadership Network member Mahoney Turnbull describes herself as biz-dev strategist, lawyer, super-connector, ideator, product nerd and curator of user obsession.
I have just returned from our Track II (non-official diplomacy) dialogues in two of our current priority countries, Thailand and South Korea, both of which are grappling with significant change.