This report looks at the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), examining some of the key relationships and events the intergovernmental organisation has had to negotiate over the years.
This report looks at New Zealand's relationship with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) since the first dialogue between the intergovernmental organization and New Zealand in 1975.
In this report, Dr Wardlow Friesen looks at Asian migration to towns and small cities in New Zealand and the impact this has had on communities.
This research project set out to answer three questions with regard to the evolution of New Zealand’s preferential trading arrangements (PTAs) in the Asia Pacific.
Research commissioned by the Asia New Zealand Foundation has found that investment from Asia accounts for a relatively small share of all foreign investment in New Zealand.
The Foundation's Perceptions of Asia and Asian Peoples report is an annual survey that looks at how New Zealanders perceive Asia and Asian peoples and how much they know about the region.
This report considers Auckland’s increasingly diverse and rapidly growing Asian population. In detailing the history and trends of Asian migration to the city and the ethnicities, locations and demogr
This report presents the results of a survey of New Zealanders and their perceptions of Asia and Asian peoples and their knowledge of the Asian region. The survey was conducted by Colmar Brunton in 20
The Foundation has commissioned this research with New Zealand senior secondary school students to benchmark and track their level of Asia Readiness. This research will complement the previous researc
This report presents the results of a survey of the general New Zealand public about their perceptions of Asia and Asian peoples and their knowledge of the Asian region. It was conducted by Colmar Bru