Kim Te'o was one of six teachers who travelled to Indonesia as part of a Foundation-led trip to learn about the country's culture and build connections with local teachers. The Kiwi teachers homestaye
A group of 11 New Zealand teachers visited Indonesia recently to learn about that country’s peoples and cultures and make connections with their Indonesian counterparts. They visited the country on th
Business intern Evie Wallace reports from Jakarta about the first half of her business internship with engineering and management consultancy company Beca.
Assisted by a media travel grant, Māori Television’s Native Affairs producer and cameraman Adrian Stevanon and freelance photojournalist Karen Abplanalp travelled to West Papua, Indonesia in August.
This paper examines Indonesia and its significance for New Zealand, including Indonesia’s regional role and economic characteristics.
We chat to Leadership Network member Harry Gibson about moving to Jakarta, Indonesia, and reconnecting with the country he called home as a child.
How Asia and the Pacific interact will define New Zealand’s foreign policy for the foreseeable future, writes Auckland journalist Mackenzie Smith after spending two months in Jakarta. Mackenzie was in
Find facts, figures and information about Indonesia, including population, climate and useful websites
Nathan Taylor fell in love with languages while living in Indonesia as a teen and went on to do a Masters looking at how accents influence an individual's perceived credibility.
Asia New Zealand Foundation honorary adviser Helianti Hilman recently spoke at Festival for the Future about the important role local and global collaboration plays in entrepreneurship.
Parneet Kohli reflects on his three-month summer internship in Indonesia working at international engineering and consultancy firm Beca.
Eleven New Zealand educators from across the country have been chosen by the Asia New Zealand Foundation for its 2017 Cultural Connections Trip to Indonesia.