The 2010 edition of the Perceptions of Asia research report conducted by the Asia New Zealand Foundation yearly with input from Colmar Brunton. The report covers the year 2010-2011.
This report looks at the value add of Asian-born, New Zealand-educated business graduates, examining their role in the development of New Zealand-Asia business relationships.
The rapid rise in Asian economies is creating unprecedented opportunities for New Zealand businesses. In the first in a series on business culture in Asia, Rod Oram argues that New Zealand businesses
New Zealand already has links with Asia but we can build on these to open up a world of opportunities, especially for young New Zealanders.
This report explores the place of East Asia in the evolution of New Zealand’s security and defence policies over the past 15 years, with a particular focus on current settings.
This final Outlook report in the series on New Zealand’s Asian populations looks at Asians in Wellington and the changing ethnic profiles of New Zealand's capital city.
Intersections: Southeast Asia and diaspora engagement provides an overview of the Southeast Asian diasporas in New Zealand and of the New Zealand diaspora in Southeast Asia.
This report looks at New Zealand's relationship with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) since the first dialogue between the intergovernmental organization and New Zealand in 1975.