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Investigating Chinese perspectives on South China Sea issues

Looking to get a Chinese perspective on issues relating to South China Sea dispute, master's student Jack Petterson travelled to China to talk to academics and officials. He was assisted by an Asia Ne

News / News
‘A spiritual connection’: Fate of the SS Ventnor
links Chinese with Māori

In 1902, the SS Ventnor, a ship carrying the remains of hundreds of Chinese gold miners, sank off the coast of Hokianga. In the years after, local communities gathered bones washed onto shore for safe

Research / News
PhD student investigates
soft power in the Pacific

With the help of a Foundation postgraduate research grant, Ashalyna Noa travelled to Samoa and China to conduct fieldwork for her PhD, which examines New Zealand and China’s foreign aid and soft pow

Business / News
Intern discovers there's
a lot to 'figure out' about China

Caitlyn Poole says she went to China on a Foundation residency wanting to 'figure out' the country but quickly realised the scale of the task. She describes her experiences.

Business / Internship
United Media Solution (UMS)
internship, Shanghai

This three-month internship is open to New Zealand undergraduate students majoring in media, communications, PR, business and/or marketing.

News / News
Maori design agency's Japan and China visit

Four creatives from Māui Studios in Ōtautahi (Christchurch) went to China and Japan late last year to get a feel for what working in Asia and with Asian peoples is like. Watch their video for insigh

Business / Internship
New Zealand Consulate-General
Chengdu, China

The Foundation has partnered with the New Zealand Consulate-General in Chengdu and InternChina to deliver a learning opportunity that will help develop interns' China competency.

Arts / News
Auckland and South Island Lantern Festivals

Each year Auckland Domain and Christchurch's Avon River Precinct and Cathedral Square come alive with beautiful Chinese lanterns, incredible food stalls and spectacular local and international perform

Leadership / News
Journey provides insights into troubled Xinjiang

Leadership Network member Dhaxna Sothieson recounts her travels in China's beautiful but troubled Xinjiang province.

Education / News
Te reo and Mandarin – it doesn't have to be either/or

Learning Mandarin, or any other foreign language, does not have to come at the expense of learning te reo Māori, say three principals.

Education / News
Chinese Days help foster "future global citizens"

Kids in schools around the country cooked dumplings, made lanterns, practised tai chi and tried their hands at calligraphy to mark New Zealand Chinese Language Week last month.

News / News
Opinion: Territorial dispute revives Sino-Indian rivalry

A territorial dispute between China and India, which resulted in a ten-week military standoff, has revived a decades-old Sino-Indian rivalry that will become more visible as both nations emerge as the

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