The Foundation invites undergraduate and postgraduate students with an interest in the future of blockchain technologies in Asia to apply for an internship in Kuala Lumpur over the 2019/2020 summer.
The Foundation is offering a professional development opportunity in Malaysia for up to 14 social science teachers.
Entrepreneur Tama Toki is making tonics and skincare products capturing the healing properties of native plants and finding markets in Japan, China, Hong Kong and Vietnam.
From possum fibre eyelashes to personalised skincare, five New Zealand health and beauty entrepreneurs are set to explore opportunities to get their unique products into Southeast Asian markets.
Four weeks into his Foundation residency at Rimbun Dahan, Kuala Lumpur, artist Richard Liew says he is rediscovering the city he thought he knew well.
Five top Kiwi food and beverage entrepreneurs recently spent a "life changing" week exploring the food and beverage scenes in Malaysia and Singapore. The trip also led to promising business leads for
Luke Rikiti was one of the New Zealand business leaders who explored business opportunities and built networks with 40 Southeast Asian counterparts at the ASEAN Young Business Leaders Summit in KL.
This report examines the strategic practices of Singapore and Malaysia as a guide to improving New Zealand’s strategic capability.
Five kiwi entrepreneurs recently visited Malaysia and Singapore where they experienced local culture and made industry connections.
Find facts, figures and information about Malaysia, including population, climate and useful websites.
Leadership Network member Sarah Novak was a 'NextGen' delegate who travelled to Kuala Lumpur in September with the Foundation for the 11th ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Dialogue. She says the exper
Thomas Nicholls is a Masters student at Fudan University in Shanghai, where he is researching China’s national image building and soft power projection. In this article he talks about his experience a