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Timor volunteering leads to earthquake response role

Leadership Network member Dana MacDiarmid says a degree of serendipity played a role in her moving to Timor-Leste to take up a role with Volunteer Service Abroad (VSA).

Entrepreneurship / News
Thai innovators to build connections with New Zealand tech scene

Four of Thailand’s top entrepreneurs will compare notes on tech developments with New Zealand counterparts on an Asia New Zealand Foundation visit.

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Filipinos celebrate old traditions and new beginnings in Wellington

Each year, thousands of tourists visit towns and cities all over the Philippines to experience famous parades and fiestas like Sinulog in Cebu City, Masskara in Bacolad, Dinagyang in Iloilo City, and

Leadership / News
'Walking the talk' on combating poverty

Growing up, Leadership Network member Johanna Peek always believed working hard was the key to success.

Media / News
Foundation media trip reveals dynamic India

Four journalists gained a small taste of the complexities and contrasts of a country of 1.3 billion people on the Asia New Zealand Foundation's first media trip to India.

Media / News
Reporter Samantha Hayes discusses Jefferson Fellowship experience

TV3 reporter and Newshub anchor Samantha Hayes discusses travelling to Japan and China as part of the Jefferson Fellowship programme organised by the East-West Center. This year the programme focused

Research / News
Untold stories: Anglo-Indians in NZ

In this article, Massey University lecturer Robyn Andrews describes her research examining the history of Anglo-Indians in New Zealand. Linked to at the bottom of this page are vignettes touching upon

Entrepreneurship / News
Myanmar Matters

Leadership Network member Tim McCready discusses being part of an Asia New Zealand Foundation delegation that travelled to Myanmar in September.

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Being Anglo-Indian in NZ - Simon's story

Simon Daisley says he has been fascinated by his Anglo-Indian heritage for many years, gravitating to all things Indian and Anglo-Indian.

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Being Anglo-Indian in NZ - Christine's story

Christine Atkinson was born in Dehradun in Northern India and then moved with her family to Mussoorie, a hill station town high on a ridge in the foothills of the Himalayas with its vistas of a distan

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Being Anglo-Indian in NZ - Frederica's story

As I was beginning this research, a Facebook post made it into my newsfeed: it told of the 1869 arrival of Mrs Frederica Hay to Dunedin, with her husband, Robert Hay.

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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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