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Christchurch / 24 July
Asia After Five: Perceptions of Asia - Christchurch

Join us for an ‘Asia After Five’ discussion and presentation of the findings from the latest Perceptions of Asia and Asian Peoples research report.

Resources / Report
New Zealanders' Perceptions of Asia and Asian Peoples 2024

Now in its 27th year, the latest Perceptions of Asia survey shows New Zealanders continue to see the Asia region as being very important to New Zealand’s future.

Education / News
Japan trip forges friendships for a lifetime

Riccarton High School students experienced the modernity and traditions of Japan on a tour of the country, visiting historic sites, attending high school and immersing themselves in the local culture.

Business / News
China Business Summit 2024 - key insights

Find out some of the Foundation team's key takeaways from this year's China Business Summit, held in Auckland on 20 May. The summit explored NZ-China economic, commercial and political relations.

Arts / News
Cherry blossoms and the beauty of Japanese paper

Artist Sybille Schlumbom describes travelling to the small city of Echizen on Japan's west coast to meet with fellow woodblock artists and learn about the intricacies of Japanese paper making.

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Foundation 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.

Arts / News
Illustrator's India visit shines light on Anglo-Indian heritage

Mural artist and illustrator Guy Howard-Smith recounts his visit to India to conduct research for a children's book on Anglo-Indian history, and learn about his own history in the process.

Research / Arts
Report highlights New Zealanders’ growing interest in Asian arts

The Foundation's research report New Waves: Meeting the growing hunger for Asian art in Aotearoa finds increasing interest in Asian arts and cultural experiences among New Zealanders.

Education / News
Students dazzled by Japan's neon lights, shrines and... melon soda

Awatapu College's visit to Japan took in many famous sights, from Shibuya Crossing to Kyoto's Golden Temple, but it was something unexpected that stole the show.

Arts / News
Artist divines connections in Japan and Taiwan

Visiting fortune tellers and spiritual readers for an upcoming project gave artist Jen Alexandra a glimpse into a significant side of Japanese and Taiwanese societies that often go overlooked.

Arts / Grant
Arts Practitioners Fund

Our Arts Practitioners Fund supports arts practitioners undertake opportunities that deepen artistic and professional connections such as residencies, work placements, research tours and exchanges.

Education / News
Japan exchange expands Waihi school's whānau

Waihi College's expanded whānau now encompasses Kyoritsu Girl’s College in Japan, thanks to a reciprocal exchange programme that enables students from both schools to experience the other's culture.

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