New Zealand food innovators will gain valuable insights into Indonesia’s food and beverage sector on an Asia New Zealand Foundation tour this month.
Auckland artist and Foundation Leadership Network member Xin Cheng was artist in residence at Sema Nanji artist residency in Seoul, South Korea, from September to November last year. In Seoul she deve
Read comments and reactions from the Asia New Zealand Foundation's Board of Trustees about the Perceptions of Asia and Asian peoples research report.
Engineering graduates Surya Sappa and Derryn Bracey have just returned from spending eight weeks interning at professional services consultancy BECA in Jakarta.
An Asia New Zealand Foundation survey finds New Zealand still has a long way to go in its understanding of Asia, despite high recognition of the region’s economic and cultural importance.
A book that chronicles the contributions of men of Chinese descent who fought for New Zealand during the First World War was launched at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park in Wellington in March.
Chinese New Year celebrations are increasingly well known and well attended by New Zealanders across the country, but the Lunar New Year is also celebrated in other Asian countries.
Tragedy struck Jakarta a little over 12 hours before we were due to begin making our way there for the second 15+15 Dialogue between Indonesia and New Zealand.
Social entrepreneurs who visited the Philippines in November and December encountered the breadth of the country’s food chain – from cacao farms to high-end supermarkets in Manila.
One of Beijing’s biggest rock bands, one of China’s best-known puppet troupes, acrobats and a classical group are the stars of the 2016 Auckland Lantern Festival.
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.