Travelling through Japan and seeing first hand the country she had been learning about for so long was an inspirational journey writes Year 13 Cashmere High School student Rachel Batzloff.
Varenica Gunawan describes the two months she spent living the life of a first year Japanese high school student and living with a local family.
Otago Girls High School teacher Bronwyn Thomson recounts her school’s action-packed three-week trip to Japan for a class of 10 Japanese language students. The Foundation assisted to make the it possib
Rowing NZ high performance coordinator Michele Munro writes about taking the New Zealand Junior Rowing Team to Japan.
Hamilton Boys' High School First 15 coach Logan Asplin writes about taking the team to Japan to in April where they played local teams and billeted with Japanese families.
Junaye Lowe, who interned at Shuttlerock in Japan for three months, writes: "Tokyo is a city that has everything, from beautiful temples to bustling shopping malls to summer festivals and maid cafes.
The Foundation assists students and secondary school classes to travel to Japan with our Japan Study Grants.
Four creatives from Māui Studios in Ōtautahi (Christchurch) went to China and Japan late last year to get a feel for what working in Asia and with Asian peoples is like. Watch their video for insights
Tom Herdson describes his first few weeks on an Asia New Zealand Foundation business internship at Tokyo software company Fusion Systems.
Will Flavell talks about being part of the Leadership Network's te kahui Māori (Māori advisory group) who travelled to Japan in November to meet with members of the indigenous Ainu people and attend t
The Asia New Zealand Foundation invites undergraduate and post graduate science and engineering students specialising in artificial intelligence, robotics or data analytics to apply for an internship
We talk to Wheel Black Cody Everson about playing wheelchair rugby in Japan and learning about and having a go at taiko drumming.