Resources / Report
Te Waipounamu and Asia

A new report from the Asia New Zealand Foundation finds strong appetite among South Island businesses to continue growing trade and investment links to Asia, despite Covid-19 constraints.

Research / Article
Foundation looking to hear from sportspeople with experience in Asia

If you have experience working, travelling, or competing in Asian countries for sport or sport-related purposes sometime in the past two decades, we would love to hear from you.

News / News
Unlocking the key to Māori success in Asia

Within the Asia New Zealand Foundation, we often talk about Māori having the edge in Asia – we’ve seen it, we’ve heard about it, so what is “it”?

Research / News
K-Pop a gateway to Korean culture for Pacific youth

Leadership Network member Fine Koloamatangi looks at the growth of K-Pop among Pacific youth and speculates on what might be behind the genre's appeal.

Research / Grant
Postgraduate research grants

The Foundation invites talented postgraduate students to apply for a scholarship of up to $3000 to help with research into Asia-related themes.

Research / Grant
Young Voices on Asia Best Paper Prizes

The Asia New Zealand Foundation's Young Voices on Asia prizes are for outstanding papers that articulate New Zealand's engagement with Asia.

Resources / Report
Perceptions of Asia 2020

The latest New Zealanders’ Perceptions of Asia survey shows more New Zealanders are of the view that developing political, social and economic ties with Asia is important for New Zealand's future.

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Resources / Report
Viet Nam and New Zealand: Let’s go!

A new report from the Asia New Zealand Foundation — Viet Nam and New Zealand: Let’s go! — tells the story of the country’s dynamic relationship with New Zealand.

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Research / News
South Island business connections with Asia - now and in the future

A new report from the Foundation finds strong appetite among South Island businesses to continue growing trade and investment links to Asia, despite Covid-19 constraints.