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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.

Research / News
Foundation announces 2018 postgraduate research grantees

The Asia New Zealand Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of the Foundation’s postgraduate research grants. They are Dylan Stent, Jasmine Edwards, and Jack Petterson.

Media / News
Opinion: Media freedom in Vietnam stuck in the past

OPINION: Reporting from Vietnam has made RNZ Checkpoint producer Zac Fleming realise we must fight to keep media freedoms.

News / News
Foundation leads
trade policy delegation to China

The Asia New Zealand Foundation will be leading a delegation of trade policy experts to Beijing and Shanghai in early September to speak with Chinese colleagues about the challenges China and New Zeal

Entrepreneurship / News
Opinion: Manila Hui offers
multi-faceted view of
fast-growing Philippines

The Foundation's Manila Hui highlighted the Philippines as having great opportunities but also facing deep challenges, writes Leadership Network member Simon Gray.

Media / News
Kiwi journo scopes out
Japan's Olympic and
RWC preparations

With the help of an Asia New Zealand Foundation media travel grant, Stuff reporter Katarina Williams visited Japan to learn about how preparations were coming along for the 2020 Rugby World Cup and To

News / News
NZ entrepreneurs to learn about innovation and digital disruption in Southeast Asia

New Zealand entrepreneurs will learn about the accelerating tech scene in the Philippines and meet technology trailblazers from across Southeast Asia on an Asia New Zealand Foundation programme.

Media / News
Navigating the
labyrinth of Delhi

Shane Cowlishaw, Newsroom’s National Affairs Editor says: I’ve lived in Japan, backpacked in southern China, and hiked across the Myanmar border. A few days reporting in Delhi would be a piece of cake

Leadership Network / News
Incredible talent joins
the Leadership Network

The Asia New Zealand Foundation inducted 48 talented young New Zealanders into its Leadership Network over the weekend.

Media / News
Robots: The future of elderly care?

With help from a Foundation media grant, Journalist Naomi Arnold travelled to Japan to look at how robots are changing the face of elderly care. Her subsequent 8000-word article was published in New Z

Business / News
Foundation intern researches
cancer treatments in Taiwan

Jess Beevis is in the final year of completing a Bachelor of Science majoring in physiology and is also studying chemistry and pharmacology. Here she describes the three months she spent in Taiwan as

News / News
Dialogue important in
NZ’s engagement with India

The Asia New Zealand Foundation, in partnership with the New Zealand India Research Institute, will lead a delegation of experts to New Delhi for talks with officials and leading think tanks. The visi

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