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Philippines
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Find facts, figures and information about the Philippines, including population, climate and useful websites.

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Cambodia
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Find facts, figures and information about Cambodia, including population, climate and useful websites.

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New Zealand Chinese Language Week Primary School Guide

This guide and associated resources have been specifically written to support New Zealand primary and intermediate schools to celebrate New Zealand Chinese Language Week.

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Poster of Indonesia

Our poster of Indonesia highlights key cities and places of interest as well as providing useful information for New Zealand teachers and their students.

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Physics: Japanese Rail

This NCEA Level 2 physics unit focuses on the Japan rail system. Students will explore motion, force, momentum and energy in a Japanese context. Students carry out research and prepare a report descr

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Have you had your rice yet?

Year 10 Food Technology unit explores the importance of rice as a staple food in Asian Cultures. Students will investigate the impact of rice on the cultures of Japan and India.

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US-China trade war: Is WTO reform the way forward?

Trade policy consultant Stephanie Honey reflects on the escalation of the US-China tariff war and the implications for the multilateral trading system.

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Urban patterns of tourism in Seoul

This Level 7 geography unit explores the patterns of tourism in Seoul, South Korea. A variety of factors that influence and contribute to tourism are examined and their relative importance considered.

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Bunraku puppetry

Year 4-6 Technology unit explores Bunraku Theatre and Japanese puppetry. Different types of puppetry and folk tales are investigated, as well as hands on activities such as puppet making. At the concl

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Video: Learning Mandarin Chinese

At the age of eight Nathalie Harrington moved with her mother to Liuyang city in the Hunan province of China.

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Populism, identity and the state of democracy in Southeast Asia

1 News political journalist Katie Bradford reports on her experience on the East-West Center’s Jefferson Fellowship, which saw her learning about recent political developments in Southeast Asia.

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US-China trade war could undermine the international system

Pessimism about US-China relations is growing in Beijing, and the gap between the economic approaches of the world’s two biggest economies is widening, writes Jason Young.

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