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
This three-month internship is open to New Zealand undergraduate students majoring in media, communications, PR, business and/or marketing.
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.
Leadership Network member Rasik Makan has been part of a team in Sydney tasked with advising a group of Chinese investors on the acquisition of a solar farm. He says the experience has underlined to h
Teachers from Tauranga, Rotorua, Auckland, Wellington and Dunedin have undertaken professional development training to improve their Mandarin language skills and learn how to make language learning fu
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
This Level 3 NCEA business studies unit is an introduction and case study for innovation using a New Zealand registered company operating in a global context.
Our poster of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) highlights facts and areas of interest, as well as providing useful information for New Zealand teachers and their students.
Acclaimed Chinese artist Bifei Cao – this year’s WARE (Wellington Asia Residency Exchange) artist in residence – uses innovative design to comment on current issues and reinterpret Chinese culture.
Leadership Network member Shannon Goldsmith recounts his recent trek to Mount Everest's Base Camp.
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