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Eye on Asia: Kem Sokha's arrest a blow to Cambodia's democracy

Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha was charged with treason by the government for colluding with the United States government to overthrow the country's prime minister. Kem's arrest comes ahead of

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Charlotte Graham: Working at NY Times in Hong Kong an invaluable experience

Wellington journalist Charlotte Graham spent six weeks at the Hong Kong bureau of the New York Times. She describes the contradictions of life in Hong Kong and some of the issues that have been making

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2017 postgraduate research grantees announced

The Foundation is pleased to announce the successful applicants for the 2017 round of Asia New Zealand Foundation postgraduate research grants. They are Ashalyna Noa, Paul Winter, and Daniel Kleinsman

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Language learning in primary schools critical step for New Zealand's success

The Asia New Zealand Foundation welcomes the announcement of a programme to make available at least 10 priority languages in New Zealand primary schools.

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Interview with Sally Chen, Skykiwi journalist

Sally Chen is a senior journalist at Skykiwi.com, New Zealand's largest Chinese-language website. Her reporting efforts earned her the award for best Chinese-language reporting at the 2017 New Zealand

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Changes on Hong Kong's horizon

David Whitwam is the Chairman of the New Zealand Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong. While in New Zealand for a series of Hong Kong New Zealand Business Association speaking engagements, Whitwam spoke t

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The Singapore-New Zealand relationship

The Republic of Singapore, a tiny island-state in Southeast Asia, is one of New Zealand's closest friends. Both nations enjoy strong trade, military and people-to-people links. Most recently, New Zeal

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Simon Draper's September 2017 update

Ko tēnei te wiki o te reo Māori. Kia kaha koutou ki te kōrero Māori ahakoa he iti, he pounamu. Ko te reo Māori te reo taketake o Aotearoa, he taonga te reo, he reo ora mō tātou katoa.

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Indonesian election adds spice to media internship

Timaru journalist Megan Sutherland, a Canterbury University graduate, spent six weeks in Jakarta interning for Agence France Presse (AFP), during which she covered Jakarta's incumbent governor as he s

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The Foundation welcomes five new honorary advisers from Asia

The Asia New Zealand Foundation has named five prominent and highly respected individuals as new Asia-based honorary advisers. The new advisers are Dr Pavida Pananond and Dr Thitinan Pongsudhirak from

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Jakarta: Intern gets whirlwind induction into political reporting

Auckland journalist Jessie Chiang, an AUT University graduate, spent six weeks in Jakarta through the Australian Consortium for In-Country Indonesia Studies (ACICIS), sponsored by the Asia New Zealand

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Japanese honour for former Asia New Zealand Foundation CEO

Japan has conferred one of its highest honours upon former Asia New Zealand Foundation chief executive Phillip Gibson.

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