Earlier this year, the Foundation enabled me to travel to Mumbai for a month to work on a Software Engineering internship for Tata Consultancy Services, one of India's largest technology companies.
We chat with writer and director Ahi Karunaharan about My Heart Goes Thadak Thadak and what inspired him to write the Bollywood-influenced play.
For my March update, I thought I’d bring you up to speed on how Covid-19 is affecting our work at the Foundation.
Artist Tristan Carter talks about how his 2013 Foundation arts residency in Bangalore, India, inspired his latest collaboration, Shades of Shakti, a group that fuses classical Indian music and Jazz.
This year’s Raisina Dialogue was a space for global leaders to hammer out the most challenging geopolitical and geo-economic issues facing the world today, writes the Foundation's Suzannah Jessep.
We talk to poet Doc Drumheller, the editor and publisher of art magazine Catalyst, about attending the 39th World Congress of Poets (WCP) in Bhubaneswar, India.
A new report from the Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono highlights the dynamic connections between New Zealand and India – and outlines plenty of opportunities to grow the relationship.
Artist Lipika Sen describes her residency in Mayurbhanj, India, where she and her co-artist Prabhjyot Majithia stayed in a palace with an erstwhile royal family and silently roaring tigers.
Leadership Network member Kashmir Kaur spoke about her experiences as a Leadership Network member at the network's graduation event held in Wellington this month. This is her speech.
Business intern Pepe Rahui Mosby, who goes by Rahui, writes about her first month interning at the healthcare division of Skanray Technologies in Mysore, India.
In commemoration of the 150th year since Mahatma Gandhi's birth, Leadership Network member Arish Naresh writes about why Gandhi's teachings are as relevant today as they were 100 years ago.