Artist Hayley King (aka Flox) recently returned from Taiwan where she spent three months as an artist in residence at Taipei Artist Village. Making it a family affair, accompanying King on the trip wa
The Foundation's Programmers Tour is for up to five performing arts programmers from across the national venue and festival sector to travel to Asia to attend an international arts market opportunity.
Dancer and choreographer Zahra Killeen-Chance recently spent three months on an Asia New Zealand Foundation residency at Taipei Artist Village where she collaborated with local artists and developed h
Leanne Ho says the three months she spent living and working in Taiwan as a business intern at Orient Europharma has set the trajectory of her career aspirations and is an experience she will cherish.
New Zealand singer/song writer Moana Maniapoto recently travelled to Taiwan in search of an indigenous Taiwanese musician to collaborate with on her latest album, ONO. While in Taiwan, Maniapoto also
The Suter Art Gallery curator Sarah McClintock describes her trip to Taiwan to meet with contemporary jewelers with the goal of arranging an exhibition at the Nelson gallery.
Each year the Asia New Zealand Foundation and Creative New Zealand provide the opportunity for an artist to spend three months in Taiwan at the Taipei Artists Village.
We chat to Leadership Network member Amanda Cundy about living in Taiwan in 2020, studying Chinese and her plans for the future.
In February this year, Nathan Hotter began his internship with Taipei City Government, Taiwan, and quickly found himself caught up with the city’s COVID-19 response.
With support from a Foundation media grant, Newshub journalist Maiki Sherman travelled to Taiwan in late 2016 on a programme aimed at building understanding of indigenous connections between Māori and
Tim Marshall describes getting to know Taiwan and its unique culture while interning at the Taiwan USA Industrial Cooperation Office (TUSA). Tim spent three months in Taiwan from November 2019.
Anna French says joining groups, learning Mandarin and making friends has helped her feel at home in Taiwan's biggest city, Taipei.