YEAR 5-8 Social Sciences unit focuses on daily life in Indonesia through exploring aspects such as school, festivals, animals, landmarks and climate. Basic Indonesian greetings and phrases are introdu
Sherry Zhang says she didn't expect to fall in love during her media internship in Indonesia, but the country quickly swept her off her feet. The Foundation supported Sherry to spend six weeks in Jaka
Auckland journalist Jessie Chiang, an AUT University graduate, spent six weeks in Jakarta through the Australian Consortium for In-Country Indonesia Studies (ACICIS), sponsored by the Asia New Zealand
Journalist Michael Andrew says his understanding of Indonesia was turned on its head during the six weeks in the country studying Bahasa Indonesia and undertaking a placement at the Jakarta Post.
Vanessa Bramwell writes about juggling parenthood and her PhD studies and how attending the 33rd Asia Pacific Roundatable in Kuala Lumpur helped clarify the direction she wants to take her career.
The Foundation supports New Zealand journalism students and recent graduates to attend the Australian Consortium for In-Country Indonesian Studies (ACICIS) Journalism Professional Practicum.
With New Zealand's borders opening back up, young New Zealanders will be looking further afield for opportunities to study or progress in their career paths.
Asia New Zealand Foundation Leadership Network member Chris Henderson became interested in learning Asian languages after he won an AFS scholarship to live in Malaysia for a year during his final year