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
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 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
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.
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.
We chat to Leadership Network member Amanda Cundy about living in Taiwan in 2020, studying Chinese and her plans for the future.
Social Practice Artist Tiffany Singh was the 2017 New Generation Award recipient. Her acclaimed interactive works explore the engagement between arts and cultural and community well-being. Tiffany rec
Halfway through his internship at leading Taiwan technology R&D institution ITRI, Angus Napier has got over his initial fears about living and working in a foreign country and is revelling in the
With support from the Asia New Zealand Foundation, Māori Television journalist Talisa Kupenga travelled to Taiwan in late 2016 as part of a three-person Māori delegation to build connections between M
This programme aims to promote artistic exchange between Taitung on Taiwan’s picturesque east coast with artists from around the world and is managed by the Taitung County Government.
Atera Apirana's love of kapa haka has taken her to Japan and China to perform and been the catalyst for learning about the cultures of those countries.