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.
This report examines the strategic practices of Singapore and Malaysia as a guide to improving New Zealand’s strategic capability.
Asian students who studied in New Zealand under the Colombo Plan hold a particularly nostalgic place in New Zealand’s collective memory.
This report explores the place of East Asia in the evolution of New Zealand’s security and defence policies over the past 15 years, with a particular focus on current settings.
This report explores the place of East Asia in the evolution of New Zealand’s security and defence policies, and identifies a sensible and sustainable approach for New Zealand.
This report details the operations and activities of the Asia New Zealand Foundation for the year 2005 - 2006.
India’s rise is capturing the imagination of commentators around the world.