In my first three months with the Asia New Zealand Foundation, I have been troubled by the way many New Zealanders view Asia.
Year 10 Paraparaumu College students turned their hands to calligraphy, Chinese painting, martial arts, yoga, Bollywood dancing and more during the school’s Asia Awareness Day.
Fairfax visual journalist Iain McGregor and feature writer Charles Anderson travelled to Thailand, supported by an Foundation media travel grant, and produced two interactive web features.
Top young New Zealand professionals visited Sri Lanka in December to deepen their knowledge of South Asia on an Asia New Zealand Foundation forum.
Two top scholars have chosen to spend their summers working in the hustle and bustle of one of Asia’s fastest-growing economies.
Indian culture in all its diversity was celebrated last month with Diwali festivals in Auckland and Wellington.
Twelve New Zealand secondary school teachers experienced the contrasts of Korea on the 2015 Korea Studies Workshop in September.
Current WARE artist Sutthirat Supaparinya has been braving the elements in Makara for a project exploring the relationship between wind and electricity generation.
Entrepreneurs from Southeast Asia and New Zealand discussed the keys to succeeding in business at the Foundation’s Start-up Secrets event in Auckland last week.
Leadership Network members Will Seal and Joshua Pietras were part of the Foundation's Track II delegation that discussed bilateral relations and regional issues with Taiwan's Prospect Foundation.
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.
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.