This reports assesses the potential of South Asian diasporas in New Zealand and of the New Zealand diaspora in South Asia to further relations between the two regions.
This research report presents the 2009 results of the annual ‘Perceptions of Asia’ survey conducted for the Asia New Zealand Foundation (Asia:NZ).
New Zealand already has links with Asia but we can build on these to open up a world of opportunities, especially for young New Zealanders.
Intersections: Southeast Asia and diaspora engagement provides an overview of the Southeast Asian diasporas in New Zealand and of the New Zealand diaspora in Southeast Asia.
Dunedin has enjoyed a long-term relationship with Asia. As was the case in the United States, Canada and Australia, the initial impetus for Chinese migration to New Zealand was a gold rush
The report looks at how NZ businesses ca build a thorough understanding of the South Korean market to gain an appreciation of the largely complementary trade relationship between the two countries.
This final Outlook report in the series on New Zealand’s Asian populations looks at Asians in Wellington and the changing ethnic profiles of New Zealand's capital city.
This report shows that despite a relatively small Asian population through much of the 20th century, the origins of local Asian residents stretch back to the 1800s.
The changing ethnic make-up of Auckland foreshadows changes that will spread to other parts of New Zealand.
In this report, authors Dr Raj Vasil and Dr Hong-Kee Yoon look at New Zealand's changing demography, with a focus on immigration from Asia.