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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 insights

Resources / Report
Belt and Road Initiative
A Strategic Pathway

Read New Zealand China Council's report on China's Belt and Road Initiative and how New Zealand fits into the picture.

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Business / News
Future-proof your China business strategy – big trends to watch out for

What are some of the latest trends and social changes occurring in China that will impact New Zealand companies looking to do business there.

Leadership / News
Leadership Network member
walks in the footsteps of a giant

Leadership Network member Shannon Goldsmith recounts his recent trek to Mount Everest's Base Camp.

Media / News
Reporter Samantha Hayes discusses Jefferson Fellowship experience

TV3 reporter and Newshub anchor Samantha Hayes discusses travelling to Japan and China as part of the Jefferson Fellowship programme organised by the East-West Center. This year the programme focused

Business / News
Q&A: China crucial to NZ's post-COVID recovery

We chat with the Foundation's business programme director Felicity Roxburgh about taking part in the recent China Business Summit and look at some of the big issues facing NZ's business community.

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.

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

Education / News
Online wushu workshops provide
fun and learning in lockdown

With COVID-19 forcing student learning online, the Foundation's education team got creative and began offering online workshops that bring professional instructors into the home.

Track II / News
The South China Sea decision

International law expert Kate Yesberg looks at how affected parties, and New Zealand, have responded to the court ruling on the Philippines' claims in the South China Sea.

Resources / Resource
Responding to earthquake risk in China

In this unit, students gain an understanding of environments that have been shaped by extreme natural events. By investigating two earthquakes in China, students learn how people and groups have respo

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