Wellington journalist Charlotte Graham spent six weeks at the Hong Kong bureau of the New York Times. She describes the contradictions of life in Hong Kong and some of the issues that have been making
Business intern Abby Jones says it was a real eye-opener to find out about the extent of illegal wildlife trading and its connections to organised crime during her summer internship.
Journalist Steve Braunias describes attending the Hong Kong International Writers Festival, gauging the mood of writers and publishers in a city where freedoms of speech are increasingly suppressed.
Auckland University graduate Gauri Prabhakar describes her online summer internship at Hong Kong-based international disputes resolution organisation, HKIAC.
This internship is aimed at practising lawyers and law students who are interested in international dispute resolution and international arbitration.
Coming to the end of her summer internship, Victoria University law student Lydia Joyce says the experience has provided her fascinating insights into the world of international dispute resolution.
David Whitwam is the Chairman of the New Zealand Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong. While in New Zealand for a series of Hong Kong New Zealand Business Association speaking engagements, Whitwam spoke t
While the onset of Covid forced him to look closer to home to begin his career journey, Leadership Network member Sam Brosnahan is looking forward to future adventures in Asia.
Leadership Network member Wei-Wei Ng compares the response to COVID-19 in Hong Kong to what she experienced during a short visit to New Zealand in March.
Dairy cows, dairy sheep, honey bees and kiwifruit were all New Zealand specialties on show for seven entrepreneurs from North Asia.
Naushyn Janah writes about her internship at the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre and falling in love with the diverse, vibrant city of Hong Kong.
Foundation intern Ash Stanley-Ryan describes his first month interning at the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC).