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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

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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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Being Anglo-Indian in NZ - Blossom's story

When Blossom Greig arrived in Wellington from Karachi, Pakistan, the immigration officer said, “I wouldn’t tell anybody that you're Pakistani if I were you”. When Blossom asked why, the reply was, “B

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Timor's tragic past haunts delegate

Journalist Jimmy Ellingham describes his time as a delegate on the Foundation's Timor Talks dialogue.

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Sri Lanka and New Zealand – strong bonds of friendship

Aruna Abeygoonesekera, Sri Lanka’s Honorary Consul in New Zealand, chuckles when asked if he is a convert to New Zealand’s famed coffee culture.

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Japan Study Grant helps fulfil childhood dream

Abbey Watt describes how an Asia New Zealand Foundation Japan Study Grant helped her fulfil a childhood dream.

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South Korea 101 for New Zealand teachers

Fifteen New Zealand teachers headed to Seoul last week for the 2016 Korean Studies Workshop for Australasian educators.

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S.E Asian women
breaking barriers

Kim Bowden chats with four Southeast Asian women breaking barriers in the traditionally male-dominated agribusiness sector, while also helping to develop their communities.

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