Journalist Juliet Speedy travelled to Japan recently to investigate why tourist numbers to New Zealand have been steadily falling since the early 2000s and have failed to return to pre-Covid numbers.
In this article, Brainbox Institute director Tom Barraclough reflects on his key takeaways from attending the ASEAN Australia New Zealand (AANZ) Roundtable in Kuala Lumpur.
Born in Kobe, Japan, and raised in Nelson, new Leadership Network member Fenn Anderson has always had strong connections to Asia and now spends a good chunk of the year working in the region.
In Malaysia to compete at the U21 Asia-Oceania Korfball Championship, the New Zealand team found time to get out and about and take in some of the sights and sounds of Kuala Lumpur.
The Foundation's Sports Knowledge Exchange is a fund for New Zealand sports sector representatives to establish connections and develop relationships with their counterparts in Asia.
It’s been a week of composed upheaval for our team in Auckland as we moved our office from 205 Queen Street down the road to Level 7, 45 Queen Street.
Twenty-three young New Zealanders are heading to Asia to gain work experience in the field of business, media, and sports through an internship programme run by the Asia New Zealand Foundation.
The Foundation is offering up to eight young S.E Asian tourism entrepreneurs the opportunity to visit NZ to attend TRENZ, NZ's largest international tourism business event.
The 2022/23 year marked the return to business as usual for the Foundation, with numerous inbound and outbound activities delivered across our programmes as travel restrictions were lifted.
Booming Indonesia is a high risk market with potential for equally high rewards, writes health and beauty delegate Rebecca Hunter.
The 2023 Show Me Short Film Festival turned the spotlight on Indonesia, looking beyond the beaches of Bali to delve into the societal issues facing the S.E Asian country.
NZ could do worse than look to the regionalism of ASEAN to navigate the great power rivalry that is increasingly dominating discourse on the Indo-Pacific, writes Track II participant Jack Smylie.