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Opinion: Beyond the 'rare glimpse' of North Korea

The problems in North Korea are manifold, but pre-existing narrative frameworks that treat the country as a bizarre joke prevent us from thinking about the nation and its society in a nuanced and cons

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Expert views: North Korean missile launch

On 29 August, North Korea stoked tensions in the region after it launched a missile over northern Japan. Five commentators speak about the reactions of Japanese people, the likely impact on Japan and

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Expert views: North Korean nuclear proliferation

As North Korea continues on a path of nuclear proliferation, political scientists Nicholas Khoo (University of Otago) and Reuben Steff (University of Waikato) speak to the Asia Media Centre about the

Arts / News
Cloud Pink wows the Hutt

We talk to Expressions Whirinaki Gallery curator Leanne Wickham about an interactive art installation from South Korea that gave gallery goers the sensation of touching clouds.

Media / News
OPINION: A window on the world of immigration - Gill Bonnet's Jefferson Fellowship experience

Radio New Zealand journalist Gill Bonnett was selected to take part in the East-West Center’s 2019 Jefferson Fellowships. Read about her experience.

Leadership / News
Korean president's impeachment exposes generational divisions

While participating in the Foundation's offshore forum in Korea, Leadership Network member Tim McCready gauged the mood of the country following the impeachment of President Park Geun-hye. In this art

Arts / News
Unified Moon at Kang Nam Station

We chat with artist Sam Thomas about his exhibition Unified Moon, which is currently on at Kang Nam Station Korean restaurant on Queen Street.

Arts / News
Artist finds Seoul in the cracks of the city

Auckland artist and Foundation Leadership Network member Xin Cheng was artist in residence at Sema Nanji artist residency in Seoul, South Korea, from September to November last year. In Seoul she deve

Education / News
Study trip to bring Korea into New Zealand classrooms

From traditional villages to corporate giants, 12 New Zealand secondary school teachers will experience the contrasts of Korea on a professional development tour this month.

Business / News
Internship an education in S. Korea's entertainment industry

Halfway through her three-month internship with South Korean entertainment company CJ Culture Foundation, Ankita Singh reflects on living and working in one of the world's cultural capitals, Seoul.

Arts / News
Curators of the digital world

Auckland Live digital curator Nolwenn Lacire travelled to South Korea in June to learn about the country’s digital art scene and attend the International Symposium of Electronic Art in Gwangju.

Education / News
Teachers make connections in South Korea

Saint Peter's College teacher Claire Begovic was one of nine New Zealand teachers who travelled to South Korea as part of the Korea Studies Workshop. The one week trip saw the New Zealand teachers mee

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