Melanie Hamilton describes the performing arts tour in Malaysia and Singapore, the festivals they visited and what she took from the experience.
Artist Hayley King (aka Flox) recently returned from Taiwan where she spent three months as an artist in residence at Taipei Artist Village. Making it a family affair, accompanying King on the trip wa
Ngaio School is bringing Asia awareness into its curriculum through building partnerships with local Asian communities.
Indonesian coffee entrepreneur Indradi Soemardjan and Wellington-based coffee roasters Ripe come together over a cup of coffee.
Vice-chancellor of Massey University and Foundation deputy chairman Hon Steve Maharey discusses the challenges and opportunities that face New Zealand in the 'Asian century'.
Leadership Network member Richard Evans was part of the Foundation's Track II delegation that visited Myanmar in May. Read about his experience.
NZ School principal Bernadette Murfitt and deputy principal Donna McDonald visited Indonesia in April on our Indonesia Cultural Connections Trip. Check out their story!
Fairfax journalists Mike Scott and Matt Rilkoff had spent nearly three weeks in Nepal on a Foundation media travel grant before the April 25 earthquake struck.
Supported by an Asia New Zealand Foundation media travel grant, Newstalk ZB journalist Tyler Adams travelled to Japan to compare its earthquake and tsunami reconstruction methods to Christchurch’s.
Wellington teacher Mike Kingston was among a group of NZ teachers who participated in our Indonesia Cultural Connections programme in April 2015
An exhibition by artist Mat Logan and two Vietnamese artists he met while on a Foundation residency in Vietnam is opening at Wellington's Toi Pōneke Gallery.
Opinion piece by Dr George Wieland, Director of the Intercultural Practice programme, Carey Baptist College, Auckland.