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Track II / News
Elections and China dominate Taiwan track II discussions

The recent presidential election and China's response to it were top of mind when Foundation track II delegates met with their Taiwanese counterparts in March.

Interns' stories
Intern explores Taiwan and the hydrogen economy

Sarah Young describes spending three months over the NZ summer interning in Taiwan where she put her studies to use researching topics such as advanced semiconductor packaging and the hydrogen economy

Sports / News
Baseball NZ touches base with Taiwan counterparts

Looking to develop the game in NZ and learn from the success baseball has achieved in Asia, Baseball NZ's Connar O'Gorman visited Taiwan to make connections and establish pathways for collaboration.

Arts / News
Artist divines connections in Japan and Taiwan

Visiting fortune tellers and spiritual readers for an upcoming project gave artist Jen Alexandra a glimpse into a significant side of Japanese and Taiwanese societies that often go overlooked.

Arts / News
Q&A: NZ artist immerses self in Taiwan's vibrant pop culture

In this Q&A, we talk to artist Allan Xia about his research trip to Taiwan and discuss what makes Taiwan such a hotbed for contemporary pop-culture.

Leadership Network / News
Expectations "blown out of the water" on Leadership Network's Taiwan visit

Exploring Taipei by bike, meeting members of the indigenous Pangcah people and getting insights into Taiwanese culture were just a few highlights of the Leadership Network's Taipei Hui for Jamie Wood.

Arts / News
Director Arts visits Asia's arts superconductor - Taiwan

The Foundation's director Arts reports on his recent trip to Taiwan, where he met with arts practitioners and learned about the local arts scene.

Science / IT / Engineering
R&D internship,
Taiwan

The Foundation supports science, IT, and engineering students to intern at the research and development (R&D) campus of the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) in Taiwan.

Media / News
TVNZ's Cushla Norman reports back from resolute Taiwan

As China ratchets up the pressure on Taiwan, locals are preparing for the worst but getting on with life, writes journalist Cushla Norman. Her visit was supported by a Foundation media travel grant.

Track II / News
Best Paper Prize – China and Taiwan's divergent paths

How did Taiwan move from an authoritarian state to one of Asia's most democratic, why is China unlikely to follow suit and why does it matter to New Zealand?

Research / News
Exploring Asia through kapa haka

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.

Leadership Network / News
Q&A: Leadership Network member weathers turbulent 2020 in Taiwan

We chat to Leadership Network member Amanda Cundy about living in Taiwan in 2020, studying Chinese and her plans for the future.

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